Fortnite GeForce GTX Bundle With Fortnite Counterattack Set Announced


Fortnite and Nvidia have teamed up for a Fortnite GeForce GTX bundle that comes with 2,000 V-Bucks and what’s being branded as the Fortnite Counterattack Set. It’s available with purchase of an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060, 1070, or 1070 Ti based graphics card, desktop PC or laptop. The Fortnite Geforce GTX bundle is available from now until January 29, 2019 or while supplies last. With PS4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Fortnite bundles, its interesting that Epic Games has decided to partner with GPU maker Nvidia as it makes us wonder who is left for the company to partner with.

Fortnite GeForce GTX bundle Fortnite Counterattack Set

  • Rare Reflex Outfit
  • Response Unit Back Bling
  • Uncommon Pivot Glider
  • Angular Axe Pickaxe gear
  • 2,000 V-bucks

It seems like this bundle is targeted towards those PC gamers who haven’t upgraded their 9-series cards with Nvidia claiming in a prepared statement there are some performance gains to be had. The company say that upgrading from a GeForce GTX 960 to a GeForce GTX 1060 will result in up to a 74 percent improvement in Fortnite performance while an upgrade from GeForce GTX 970 to 1070 delivers up to a 60 percent increase in performance. Given how well Fortnite runs on most PCs (even Macs) there’s little reason to upgrade just for this one game. That said, with the GeForce GTX 1060 price of Rs. 27,800, GeForce GTX 1070 price of Rs. 37,000, and GeForce GTX 1070 Ti price of Rs. 41,800 via Nvidia’s website, they seem like better bets than the Nvidia RTX cards at the moment. Though we won’t be surprised if this is a stock clearing exercise

Although if it’s newer hardware that you seek, Battlefield V being bundled with Nvidia GeForce RTX cards too. Considering the glaring lack of games that make use of ray-tracing, giving would be RTX buyers access to the rare title that supports Nvidia’s bespoke tech out of the box is a welcome move. This time around, the offer is valid until January 7, 2019. Nvidia confirmed to Gadgets 360 that “consumers can redeem the game code from AIC [add-in card] partner’s landing pages where they have to enter their card’s details. If a consumer buys it from the Nvidia store, the code will be emailed to them.”

That being said, we wonder how many takers these bundles would have considering that the Nvidia GeForce RTX India prices begin at Rs. 54,250 on Nvidia’s own website. The company probably has the same concern which is why they’re giving away RTX GPUs to Battlefield V players who use Nvidia Ansel to take photos and share them with Nvidia on social media. First prize is an Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 Ti, the second prize is an Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080, and the third is an Nvidia GeForce RTX 2070.


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Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 3DMark Performance Benchmark Results Leak


Nvidia’s recently unveiled GeForce RTX 2080 graphics card has seen its first benchmark results leaked online, showing some very impressive performance. Nvidia’s latest 2000 series GPUs were announced last month, and the RTX 2080 is said to go on sale starting September 20. The new GPUs are based on an architecture codenamed Turing and it merges conventional graphics rasterisation, real-time ray tracing, AI, and compute power for the first time.

These 3DMark benchmark results were spotted first by a user on Twitter, and reported by WCCFtech. The new consumer GPUs were given to select reviewers along with the GeForce 411.51 GeForce Drivers, and it is being rumoured that one of these reviewers has leaked the benchmarks online. In the Time Spy 1.0 the GeForce RTX 2080 is seen to score a whopping 10,147 points, and a graphics score of 10,659. The rig used featured an Intel Core i7-8700K processor, with 16GB of DDR4 memory. The reference GeForce RTX 2080 graphics card had a memory clock of 7000MHz, while the core was clocked at 1875MHz. WCCFTech notes this is faster than the Nvidia GeForce 1080 Ti and Titan XP at stock clock. Moreover, the 3DMark Firestrike graphics score result is 27,000 points, which is higher than the previous generation GTX 1080 Ti, even when its overclocked.

With these amazing scores at stock speed, the 2000 series GPUs will perform even better when overclocked. These benchmark results lend weight to Nvidia’s claims of the GPUs being the biggest generational leap in the history of the company. Nvidia says that Turing delivers up to 6X the performance of previous-generation Pascal GPUs. Gamers will be able to play the most recent and upcoming titles in 4K with HDR at frame rates exceeding 60fps.

Alongside the Nvidia GeFore RTX 2080 GPU, the company even launched the GeForce RTX 2080 Ti, and the GeForce 2070 GPUs. Graphics cards from partner brands including Zotac, Asus, MSI and others featuring the new GeForce RTX GPUs will be priced starting at $499 (approximately Rs. 34,828) for the GeForce RTX 2070, $699 (approximately Rs. 48,787) for the GeForce RTX 2080, and $999 (approximately Rs. 69,725) for the GeForce RTX 2080 Ti. Pre-orders for the two higher-end models have already begun, and retail availability, as mentioned, is set for September 20. The GeForce RTX 2070 will follow in October. Nvidia will sell its own factory-overclocked Founders Edition graphics cards for all three new GPUs priced $100 higher each.

In India, listings for four Zotac GeForce RTX graphics cards have appeared online with prices starting at Rs. 70,990 for a GeForce RTX 2080 with a basic blower-style cooler, and going up to Rs. 1,09,990 for a triple-fan overclocked Amp Edition version of the GeForce RTX 2080 Ti. Zotac has not officially confirmed these prices.





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Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 Ti and RTX 2080 Series Graphics Cards Leaked


The Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 and RTX 2080 Ti have leaked prior to Nvidia’s Gamescom 2018 presentation that’s speculated to reveal its next-generation GPUs. According to VideoCardz (via Wccf Tech), the Gigabyte RTX 2080 and RTX 2080 Ti are two variants of the upcoming cards which feature 11GB GDDR6 and 8GB GDDR6 memory across a 352-bit bus and 256-bit bus respectively. The RTX 2080 Ti range will have 4,352 CUDA cores with a boost clock above 1,545 MHz. Also new is the ray tracing engine along with VirtualLink. It’s a USB C-shaped port to be used with VR devices. In terms of input, the Gigabyte RTX series sports three Display Ports, a single HDMI and a solitary VirtualLink port.

Nvidia RTX 2080 Ti specifications

  • CUDA Cores: 4,352
  • Core Clock: 1,350 MHz
  • Boost Clock: 1,545 MHz
  • Memory: 11GB GDDR6
  • Memory Interface: 352-bit
  • Memory Bandwidth: 616GBPs
  • TDP: 285W
  • SLI: NVLink 2-way
  • Multiscreen: Yes
  • Maximum resolution: 7680×4320 @60Hz
  • Power Input: 2×8-pin
  • Bus Type: PCI Express 3.0

Nvidia RTX 2080 specifications

  • CUDA Cores: 2,944
  • Core Clock: 1,515 MHz
  • Boost Clock: 1,1710 MHz
  • Memory: 8GB GDDR6
  • Memory Interface: 256-bit
  • Memory Bandwidth: 448GBPs
  • TDP: 285W
  • SLI: NVLink 2-way
  • Multiscreen: Yes
  • Maximum resolution: 7680×4320 @60Hz
  • Power Input: 2×8-pin
  • Bus Type: PCI Express 3.0

 

Don’t expect these GPUs to come cheap either. Another leak suggests a price in the range of $1200 (around Rs. 84,000) for the RTX 2080 Ti AMP variant from Zotac, usually an amount spent for a brand new gaming PC.

Despite CEO Jen-Hsun Huang stating that it would not be launching any new GPUs for “a long time”, benchmarks for the Nvidia GeForce GTX 2080 Ti have leaked a month ago. Thanks to the benchmark database for strategy game Ashes of the Singularity it seems that the GeForce GTX 2080 Ti could be a flagship Nvidia GPU. Posted by a user with the handle “Nagato”, the Nvidia GeForce GTX 2080Ti was mentioned in the hardware configuration listed as “special supply for GSS”. This could be an abbreviation for GRUS sparse solver, a solution to allow for CPU/GPU compute simultaneously according to Wccf Tech. However GSS could mean something else altogether too. Furthermore, the 2xxx naming is at odds with the likes of Lenovo talking up GeForce 11 series GPUs.

Plus, the benchmarks themselves aren’t great, indicating subpar performance. Digging deeper however, and you’ll notice that the performance on Low and Crazy presets with DirectX 11 are identical as is the performance using the Vulcan API. This could possible allude to unoptimised drivers indicative of an early test sample.


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Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 Ti, GeForce RTX 2080, and GeForce RTX 2070 Launched With Real-Time Ray Tracing


After long months of speculation and multiple leaks and teasers over the past few weeks, Nvidia has released its next generation of consumer GPUs for gamers. Calling it the biggest generational leap in the history of the company, CEO Jen-Hsun Huang unveiled the new GeForce RTX series of GPUs and the RTX platform for game development at a pre-show event just ahead of the 2018 Gamescom trade fair in Cologne, Germany. 

The new GPUs, based on an architecture codenamed Turing, merge conventional graphics rasterisation, real-time ray tracing, AI, and compute power for the first time. Nvidia says that Turing delivers up to 6X the performance of to previous-generation Pascal GPUs. Gamers will be able to play the most recent and upcoming titles in 4K with HDR at frame rates exceeding 60fps, according to Huang. 

The GeForce RTX series GPUs feature new hardware that Nvidia is calling RT cores to allow hardware acceleration of light rays in real time, which has never been possible before. The possibilities include deferred shading, and real-time transparency and translucency effects with objects in motion. Direct shadows can have realistically merged umbras and penumbras, and can interact with point lights. Gamers will be able to see reflections of things like explosions that aren’t even happening on screen.  

Huang invited game developers from EA, 4A Games and Eidos on stage to show exclusive demos of real-time lighting and shadow effects in the upcoming Battlefield V, Metro: Exodus, and Shadow of the Tomb Raider. Additionally, Nvidia has announced a new smoother DLSS (Deep Learning Supersampling) technique that leverages Nvidia’s neural network expertise to analyse hundreds of thousands of images and learn how each pixel should be treated. 

Nvidia says that it has had to come up with new ways to rate the power of its new GPUs. Starting with the GeForce RTX 2070, this GPU is capable of 8 Teraflops of power in traditional terms, as well as 6 Gigarays per second. It can compute 45 trillion simultaneous RTX operations. All graphics cards will feature 8GB of brand new GDDR6 memory on a 256-bit bus. It also has  a 185W TDP rating.

The new GeForce RTX 2080 and GeForce RTX 2080 Ti are rated for 10.5 Tflops and 14 Tflops respectively. In terms of ray tracing power, they can push out 8 and 10 Gigarays per second respectively, or 60 trillion and 78 trillion RTX operations per second. Both have 11GB of GDDR6 memory on a 352-bit bus, but TDP ratings of 215W and 250W respectively. 

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Graphics cards from partner brands including Zotac, Asus, MSI and others featuring the new GeForce RTX GPUs will be priced starting at $499 (approximately Rs. 34,828) for the GeForce RTX 2070, $699 (approximately Rs. 48,787) for the GeForce RTX 2080, and $999 (approximately Rs. 69,725) for the GeForce RTX 2080 Ti. Pre-orders for the two higher-end models have already begun, and retail availability is set for September 20. The GeForce RTX 2070 will follow in October.

In India, listings for four Zotac GeForce RTX graphics cards have appeared online with prices starting at Rs. 70,990 for a GeForce RTX 2080 with a basic blower-style cooler, and going up to Rs. 1,09,990 for a triple-fan overclocked Amp Edition version of the GeForce RTX 2080 Ti. Zotac has not officially confirmed these prices. Asus has also announced the availability of Strix, Turbo, and Dual variants of its cards, but pricing has not yet been revealed. The higher end Strix and Dual series will be factory overclocked and will use extra-thick 3-slot coolers to increase heat dissipation allowing the fans to spin slower. 

Nvidia will sell its own factory-overclocked Founders Edition graphics cards for all three new GPUs priced $100 higher each, but the company has not yet confirmed whether these will be coming to India. Nvidia’s new Founders Edition design features two fans rather than the company’s previous blower-style cooler. Huang promised that the cards will run whisper-quiet even when fully stressed and overclocked. They are also touted as having extremely durable power delivery hardware to support overclocking. These cards also feature USB Type-C connectors on the rear in support of the upcoming VirtualLink standard to deliver power as well as graphics to VR headsets with a single cable.



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Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 Ti Launch at Gamescom 2018 Live Stream – How to Watch and What to Expect


It’s been two years since Nvidia has released new GPUs and the drought seems to be ending soon with the Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 and RTX 2080 Ti expected to be launched by the company at an event at Gamescom 2018. With the previous 10-series GPUs holding up exceptionally well in most games, it’s no surprise that Nvidia hasn’t felt the need to announce new hardware. However, with the decline in revenue from Bitcoin miners coupled with advances in tech such as ray tracing the timing seems ripe for new graphics cards. Here’s what you can expect from Nvidia and how you can watch it.

Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 Ti launch at Gamescom 2018 time and date

The Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 launch event start time is 6pm CET (10:30pm IST) on August 20 and is expected to end at midnight CET (4:30am IST) on August 21. That said, we won’t be surprised to see the actual announcements stretch for not more than an hour, with the rest of it focussing on details of the tech at hand.

Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 Ti launch at Gamescom 2018 Live Stream how to watch

You’ll be able to catch the event as it happens on Nvidia’s Twitch channel. Oddly, there doesn’t seem to be a YouTube stream you can tune into. More so if you’re watching from India as Twitch doesn’t work as well as it should due to the lack of local servers. Nonetheless, we’ve embedded a link to the stream right on this page for you to watch.

Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 Ti launch at Gamescom 2018 – what to expect

With most details of both the RTX 2080 Ti and RTX 2080 leaking prior, it’s safe to say that Nvidia should confirm pricing and availability. While the GPUs are rumoured to cost around $1,200 (close to Rs. 84,000) this would be as good a stage as any for Nvidia to hint at if not announce new mid-range and budget options for those not looking to spend too much.

Nvidia RTX 2080 Ti specifications

  • CUDA Cores: 4,352
  • Core Clock: 1,350 MHz
  • Boost Clock: 1,545 MHz
  • Memory: 11GB GDDR6
  • Memory Interface: 352-bit
  • Memory Bandwidth: 616GBPs
  • TDP: 285W
  • SLI: NVLink 2-way
  • Multiscreen: Yes
  • Maximum resolution: 7680×4320 @60Hz
  • Power Input: 2×8-pin
  • Bus Type: PCI Express 3.0

Nvidia RTX 2080 specifications

  • CUDA Cores: 2,944
  • Core Clock: 1,515 MHz
  • Boost Clock: 1,1710 MHz
  • Memory: 8GB GDDR6
  • Memory Interface: 256-bit
  • Memory Bandwidth: 448GBPs
  • TDP: 285W
  • SLI: NVLink 2-way
  • Multiscreen: Yes
  • Maximum resolution: 7680×4320 @60Hz
  • Power Input: 2×8-pin
  • Bus Type: PCI Express 3.0

 

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Xiaomi Mi Notebook Pro 2 With Up to Intel Core i7-8750H Processor, Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 Graphics Launched


Xiaomi Mi Notebook Pro 2 With Up to Intel Core i7-8750H Processor, Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 Graphics Launched

Xiaomi Mi Notebook Pro 2 was launched on Tuesday as the successor to last year’s Mi Notebook Pro.

Xiaomi Mi Notebook Pro 2 has been launched at ChinaJoy 2018 in Shanghai, China. As its name suggests, the new notebook model comes as an upgrade to the Mi Notebook Pro that was launched in September last year. It features upgraded, eighth-generation Intel Core i7-8750H processors over the Intel Core i7-7700HQ powering the predecessor. There is also a dedicated Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 graphics card with 6GB video RAM. However, the display panel of the Mi Notebook Pro 2 is identical to the Mi Notebook Pro that comes in 15.6-inch of size and with full-HD (1920×1080 pixels) resolution along with 72 percent of NTSC colour space. Xiaomi has also brought a Mi Notebook Pro GTX edition that comes with Intel Core i7-8550U processors along with Nvidia GTX 1050 Max-Q graphics and up to 16GB of RAM.

Xiaomi Mi Notebook Pro 2, Mi Notebook Pro GTX edition prices

The Xiaomi Mi Notebook Pro 2 price in China has been set at CNY 6,999 (roughly Rs. 70,200) for the 8GB RAM, Nvidia GTX 1050Ti graphics, and Intel Core i5 configuration, while its 16GB RAM, Nvidia GTX 1060 graphics card, and Intel Core i7 comes at CNY 8,999 (roughly Rs. 90,300). The Mi Notebook Pro GTX edition, on the other hand, starts at CNY 6,299 (roughly Rs. 63,200) along with 8GB RAM, whereas its 16GB RAM variant is priced at CNY 7,599 (roughly Rs. 76,300). All these models will go on sale in China starting August 16.

Xiaomi Mi Notebook Pro 2, Mi Notebook Pro GTX edition specifications

The Xiaomi Mi Notebook Pro 2 features a 15.6-inch full-HD IPS display with an 81 percent of screen-to-body ratio and 72 percent of NTSC colour space. The display panel is touted to deliver 300 nits of brightness. The notebook is powered by up to eighth-generation Intel Core i7-8750H processors along with 256GB of PCIe SSD as well as 1TB HDD. There is also 160MHz Intel 2×2 AC modem and a UHS-1 memory card reader. Xiaomi has provided Hi-Res Audio and Dolby Atmos integration that works with the two built-in 3W speakers. Further, there is a backlit keyboard with four independent colour zones and each key featuring a thickness of 1.8mm. The keyboard includes an N-key rollover of 30 keys and five programmable keys. In terms of connectivity, there are three USB 3.0 as well as a USB Type-C, 3.5mm headphone jack, Gigabit Ethernet, and HDMI 2.0. The notebook also has dual-band Wi-Fi 802.11ac and Bluetooth v4.1. Besides, there is a built-in cooling system that helps maintains temperature.

Most of the specifications of the Mi Notebook Pro 2 matches the hardware of the Mi Notebook Pro GTX edition, including the same 15.6-inch full-HD IPS display. However, the GTX edition has the eighth-generation Intel Core i7-8550U processors, paired with Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 Max-Q graphics and up to 8GB of RAM. There is also 256GB PCIe SSD.



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Nvidia GeForce GTX 2080 Ti GPU Benchmarks Leaked


It appears that Nvidia is prepping for new GPUs sooner than expected and the GeForce GTX 2080 Ti may be one of them. Despite CEO Jen-Hsun Huang stating that it would not be launching any new GPUs for “a long time”, benchmarks for the Nvidia GeForce GTX 2080 Ti appear to have leaked. Thanks to the benchmark database for strategy game Ashes of the Singularity it seems that the GeForce GTX 2080 Ti could be a flagship Nvidia GPU. Posted by a user with the handle “Nagato”, the Nvidia GeForce GTX 2080Ti was mentioned in the hardware configuration listed as “special supply for GSS”. This could be an abbreviation for GRUS sparse solver, a solution to allow for CPU/GPU compute simultaneously according to Wccf Tech. However GSS could mean something else altogether too. Furthermore, the 2xxx naming is at odds with the likes of Lenovo talking up GeForce 11 series GPUs.

Furthermore, the benchmarks themselves aren’t great, indicating subpar performance. Digging deeper however, and you’ll notice that the performance on Low and Crazy presets with DirectX 11 are identical as is the performance using the Vulcan API. This could possible allude to unoptimised drivers indicative of an early test sample.

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Hopefully we should know more soon enough. Nvidia has been sending out invites for an event at Gamescom 2018 – Europe’s version of E3. In the past, Gamescom has been used by Nvidia to debut new software features to complement its hardware such as GeForce Experience streaming and PUBG getting Nvidia Ansel support. When coupled with leaks of what could be a GeForce GTX 1180 prototype and a video of a Lenovo representative claiming that  “time to market with NVIDIA 11 Series up to an 1180 down the road” at E3 2018 lends credence to a possible GeForce GTX 1180 release date at Gamescom 2018.

This would also line up with statements made by parts manufacturers such as cooling fan maker Power Logic that stated it expects shipments to increase in the third quarter. The company makes fans used by global graphics card brands so it probably has an idea of Nvidia’s roadmap, particularly with the rumoured GeForce GTX 1170 and 1180 GPUs.


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Nvidia GeForce GTX 1180 to Be Revealed Next Month: Report


It appears that we may see the Nvidia GeForce GTX 1180 this August. The company’s current GPU line up is over two years old and despite Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang stating that it would not be launching any new GPUs for “a long time”, Nvidia has been sending out invites for an event at Gamescom 2018 – Europe’s version of E3. In the past, Gamescom has been used by Nvidia to debut new software features to complement its hardware such as GeForce Experience streaming and PUBG getting Nvidia Ansel support. However, when coupled with leaks of what could be a GeForce GTX 1180 prototype and a video of a Lenovo representative claiming that  “time to market with NVIDIA 11 Series up to an 1180 down the road” at E3 2018 lends credence to a possible GeForce GTX 1180 release date at Gamescom 2018.

This would also line up with statements made by parts manufacturers such as cooling fan maker Power Logic that stated it expects shipments to increase in the third quarter. The company makes fans used by global graphics card brands so it probably has an idea of Nvidia’s roadmap, particularly with the rumoured GeForce GTX 1170 and 1180 GPUs.

Power Logic Chairman Hsu Wen-feng specifically called out the Asian Games 2018 in August as a possible tipping point for greater demand, perhaps hinting at when Nvidia may just announce its next-generation GPUs in August. Hopefully they won’t be priced as badly as 10 series GPUs are right now, forcing Nvidia to sell its current range on its own website to undercut OEMs in markets like India.

That said, he could be referring to an impending price cut. According to Digitimes, due to obscene amounts of current inventory of 10-series video cards, we could see steep discounts on existing GPUs that may extend to Power Logic’s August time frame.

“Currently, the worldwide graphics card market has an inventory of around several million units and Nvidia has around a million of GPUs waiting to be released, said the sources. With cryptocurrency miners also expected to begin selling their used graphics cards to the retail channel, vendors are expected to introduce major price cuts to compete,” a post from Digitimes reads.


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Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 3GB Graphics Card for Budget PC Gaming Launched


With GPU prices seeing no signs of abating it seems that Nvidia has quietly launched the GeForce GTX 1050 3GB card. It appeared on the company’s website and sports a configuration that sits right in between the GTX 1050Ti and GTX 1050. The Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 3GB has a 96-bit bus versus the 128-bit bus of the GeForce GTX 1050 and GTX 1050 Ti. This results in an 84GBps bandwidth versus 112GBps the others cards have. It has the aforementioned 3GB GDDR5 memory versus the 2GB on the GTX 1050 and 4GB on the GTX 1050Ti.

And while the name might seem deceiving, the specs of the GeForce GTX 1050GB reveal a graphics processor similar to what the GTX 1050Ti has with 768 CUDA cores. In comparison, the GTX 1050 has 640. Clock speeds are on the higher side as well. The 3GB GTX 1050 can go up to 1518MHz, compared to 1455MHz for the original GTX 1050 and 1392MHz for the GTX 1050 Ti.

Considering both the GeForce GTX 1050 and GTX 1050Ti have been around for the better part of a year and a half, it’s odd to see a new edition to this budget-focussed segment of Nvidia’s range right now. More so with murmurs of a brand new GPU architecture from the company to be announced soon. Perhaps we’ll see more at Computex.

 

At the time of filing this story, there’s been no confirmation if Nvidia plans to bring the GTX 1050 3GB to India just yet. Given how price sensitive the PC gaming market is here, we won’t be surprised to see a release date and price for the country soon enough. Globally, Nvidia has confirmed that it would sit between the $140 price tag of the GTX 1050 and the $200 it costs for a GTX 1050Ti though it hasn’t given a concrete price for international markets either. That said, it should end up being one of the cheaper options for those looking to game on a budget.


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