Nvidia has been releasing teasers all the way through August leading up to today. Later this evening, Nvidia will be going live with a GeForce Special Event, which will likely involve the official launch and unveiling of the RTX 3000 series of graphics cards. If you fancy tuning in and watching it all unfold first-hand, then we have all the details for you here.
The GeForce Special Event takes place today, the 1st of September, at 5PM BST. If you’re in Central Europe, the stream will be live at 6PM CEST, for those of you on the US East Coast, you can tune in at 12:00PM and if you’re over on the West Coast, the stream will be live at 9AM.
The show will be streamed on Nvidia’s website, you can find a direct link to where the stream will take place HERE.
As you would expect, Nvidia founder and CEO, Jensen Huang, will be hosting the keynote. We can expect to see the RTX 3090, RTX 3080 and possibly the RTX 3070, all with new cooling designs, a new 12-pin power connector and of course, higher levels of performance. All will be revealed in just a few hours time.
KitGuru Says: We’ll be back with a full round-up of the event for those that miss it, or just want a quicker way of absorbing the new announcements. Are many of you looking forward to the big announcements later?