NVIDIA Teases Next-Gen Ampere RTX 30 Series With A 21 Day Countdown To August 31

NVIDIA Teases Next-Gen Ampere RTX 30 Series With A 21 Day Countdown To August 31

As you may have already seen through our social networks, Nvidia is already doing what we said it would do recently, which is to start showing winks around the launch of its new Ampere RTX 30 graphics cards based on the Ampere architecture.

Although no specific date is revealed, at least the company is showing a cryptic message that would place us on August 31, the same day that 21 years ago the company launched its GeForce 256, the first Nvidia GeForce graphics card and the one that made a big leap in performance compared to RIVA TNT2.

There is also a mysterious slogan “21 days. 21 years.”, which may refer to the presentation of the first GeForce card (GeForce 256 from 1999) and the presentation of new models (this would be in 21 days – August 31, 2020).

At the moment, we only have unconfirmed leaks, so this information should not be taken for granted. It is speculated that the new generation of GeForce RTX 30 cards will be based on the Ampere architecture and will offer a significant performance boost.

Although the Nvidia GeForce RTX 30 Series was expected to be announced on September 9, now we will have to wait a little less to see what the company is preparing for us, and yes, as the event approaches it is very likely that we will have top-notch leaks.

On that day, at least the two most advanced GPUs of the company would be presented: the Nvidia GeForce RTX 3090/RTX 3080 Ti and the GeForce RTX 3080, not knowing if they will reveal the RTX 3070 and the RTX 3060, as rumors indicate that the later cards would arrive in October and November respectively.

Rajesh Vish
Rajesh is a video game enthusiast and he is also the editor here at TechPlusGame.com.