Geforce RTX 2060 recommended for ray tracing
Both Activision as well as Nvidia have released updated PC system requirements for the upcoming Call of Duty: Modern Warfare game and while not a lot has changed since the beta phase, there are some adjustments in system requirements.
TU116 GPU but with GDDR6 memory
Some more rumors have surfaced regarding Nvidia's upcoming GTX 1660 Super refresh, which is expected to fit between the current GTX 1660 and GTX 1660 Ti, and come with 14Gbps GDDR6 memory. According to a Chinese source, GTX 1650 Ti should also make an appearance at the same time.
GTX 1650 Ti graphics card rumoured to be out on October 22
The dark satanic rumour mill has manufactured a hell on earth yarn claiming that Nvidia is going to fight back at AMD with a new GTX 1650 Ti graphics card
Not Navi, with Polaris 570 and 580
We managed to get on top how AMD managed to gain market share in Q2 2019, and it was selling the old 570 and 580 with incredibly attractive and low pricing.
Not just Intel
Analysts at Jon Peddie Research have added up some numbers and divided them by their shoe size and worked out that AMD has both Intel and Nvidia on the ropes.
Possible launch in October
Nvidia might be working on a new Geforce GTX 1650 Ti graphics card which should fill the gap between the currently available GTX 1650 and GTX 1160, and put a bit more pressure in the entry-level lineup.
Some new features as well
Nvidia certainly came to Gamescom prepared, and while we have seen all those new trailers and heard about new titles that will support Nvidia RTX in one way or another, the company also had a nice ace up its sleeve, a special Gamescom Game Ready driver, Geforce 436.02, which brings some big performance optimizations as well as new features.
Minecraft, Watch Dogs Legion, Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines 2 and more
Nvidia took Gamescom 2019 by storm, showing a bit more games with RTX as well as announcing some new titles that have joined the list.
Only Google is building its own chips
Nvidia's CEO, Jensen Huang, said he is not worried about Nvidia's own big customers turning into competitors.