Last week, we informed you about NVIDIA teasing something “Super.” Our guess back then was that the green team was planning to announce some refresh models for its Turing graphics cards at Computex 2019, however that never came to fruition. Still, and according to the latest rumours, NVIDIA is indeed working on faster version of its Turing GPUs.
According to Tweaktown, NVIDIA may announce new models for the RTX 2060, RTX 2070 and RTX 2080 at E3 2019. These new models will feature faster GDDR6 memory and slightly higher clocks.
Tweaktown also claims that there won’t be a new model for RTX2080Ti, which will remain the best gaming GPU for NVIDIA until its brand new series arrives. If this is true, RTX2080Ti will remain the fastest gaming GPU for almost an entire year; something that will definitely please its early adopters.
As said, this is a rumour so we strongly suggest taking it with a grain of salt. Right now we don’t know the specs or what performance these upgraded variants will target (though we can assume they will be slightly faster than their already released models). Furthermore, we don’t know how NVIDIA will call these GPUs (some assume that the green team will use the “SUPER” word in order to distinguish them from its previous models).
It will be interesting to see whether this rumour will come true. We do know that AMD will reveal more details about its NAVI GPUs at E3 2019 so we expect NVIDIA to counter AMD’s upcoming GPUs with this rumoured refresh of its Turing graphics cards.
Stay tuned for more!