We are pretty sure that a lot of gamers are looking forward to the third-party gaming benchmarks for NVIDIA’s upcoming Turing graphics cards. However, and while it was previously reported that these reviews would go live on September 14th, it appears that gamers will have to wait a few more days.
As Videocardz reported, the embargo that will be lifted on September 14th will be for the Turing architecture and not for the RTX2080 or RTX2080Ti reviews. This information will be basically useless to most gamers as we’ve already heard a lot about the Turing architecture and most of us want to see these GPUs in action.
So when can we expect the first third-party benchmarks to go live? As Videocardz pointed out, the embargo for the NVIDIA GeForce RTX2080 reviews will be lifted on September 17th and the one for the NVIDIA GeForce RTX2080Ti will be lifted one day prior to its official launch, on September 20th.
Until then we may get some leaks here and there but those interested in real/legit benchmarks will have to wait almost until the official launch date of these brand new graphics cards!
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