Ampere gets support, SLI kicks the bucket
Nvidia has released its Geforce 456.38 WHQL Game Ready driver that adds support for Ampere-based RTX 3080 and upcoming RTX 3090 graphics cards, as well as kills SLI support. It also fixes some issues and adds support for some upcoming games.
Review roundup: Reviews are out with nothing but praise
The review NDA for Nvidia Geforce RTX 3080 Founders Edition has been finally lifted and reviews have gone online showing just how much raw performance is behind Nvidia's new $699 priced flagship graphics card.
Blower fan is gone for good
In a less surprising move, AMD has showcased its Radeon RX 6000 series graphics card in Fortnite game, but thankfully, it also found its way on Twitter and some members of the press had a chance to check out some other designs that AMD has prepared for its big launch.
RTX 3070 launching on October 15th
Nvidia has informed members of the press that the RTX 3080 embargo date has been pushed back to September 16th, and confirmed that the RTX 3070 will be officially launching on October 15th.
Coming before RTX 3060 to counter Radeon RX 6000 series
It appears that Nvidia has somewhat changed its launch plans and we might see an RTX 3060 Ti as early as October, another SKU that will be based on the same GA104 GPU as the RTX 3070.
Zen 3 on October 8th and RDNA 2 on October 28th
AMD has finally unveiled the date for its two big events scheduled for October, including a Zen 3 event on October 8th, and the RDNA 2/Radeon RX 6000 series event scheduled for October 28th.
RTX 3090 is a big beast
All three upcoming Nvidia RTX 30 series cards have been pictured next to each other, showing just how huge the RTX 3090 actually is, as well as showing the RTX 3070 for the first time.
Snapdragon 732G, 6.67" FHD+ 120Hz screen, and decent 64MP quad camera
As expected and teased earlier by Qualcomm, Pocophone has unveiled its latest Poco X3 NFC smartphone, a mid-range killer with some impressive specifications and aggressive pricing.
With Iris Xe graphics and Intel Evo Platform
Although most of the details regarding Intel's new 11th gen Core CPUs, codename Tiger Lake, has already been detailed during the Intel Architecture Day 2020, today we have details about the SKUs and their details, performance, and Intel's new Evo Platform.