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NVIDIA has released a teaser video for what appears to be the next generation of GPUs. This is predicted to be for the RTX 3000 series, which is expected to be announced on September 1.
The video focuses on the evolution of NVIDIA's graphics card design, with little information about the RTX 3000 series. However, we can see some of its card designs.
NVIDIA has also announced the NVIDIA A100 GPU for the data center in May 2020, and the Ampere architecture used in this GPU is expected to be introduced in the RTX 3000 series. The graphics cards will also utilize a single 12-pin connector for auxiliary power instead of two 8-pin connectors.
In addition, a graphics card has also been leaked that is said to be from the RTX 3090. This is a huge card that is even bigger in size than the RTX 2080 and will reportedly take up three slots and be priced at $2,000.
As mentioned above, NVIDIA is preparing to announce the RTX 3000 series at an event on September 1. If the leaked images above are correct, it will be interesting to see how well this giant card performs.
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