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Nvidia GeForce RTX Game On event announced for January 12; Here is what to expect

This new event comes just months after the company revealed the latest generation of computer graphics cards. Let’s check out everything new about the Nvidia GeForce RTX: Game On event here.

Semiconductor and AI-giant Nvidia has just revealed that it is planning to hold a new event in January. The company is calling this new event “Nvidia GeForce RTX: Game On” and has shared the event timings. According to the event page, this “special broadcast event” is scheduled for January 12, 2021, at 10:30 pm local time. As per the description on the event page, Nvidia will “unveil the latest innovations in gaming and graphics”. This new event comes just months after the company revealed the latest generation of computer graphics cards. Let’s check out everything new about the Nvidia GeForce RTX: Game On event here.

Nvidia GeForce RTX Game One event details

Looking at the timing of the event, it will likely be part of the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2021. It is interesting to note that Dr. Lisa Su, the President, and CEO of AMD will also deliver a keynote. In fact, both the Nvidia and AMD keynote presentations will clash as far as the timing goes. So, it is likely that both want to divert attention to their innovations in the world of consumer technology. As per the information available online, Senior Vice President for PC Business at Nvidia, Jeff Fisher will present the announcements during the keynote.

Nvidia has not shared any information around the announcements that it may likely make during the keynote. However, several rumors indicate that the company may be planning to announce the RTX 3080 Ti or the RTX 3060. Some reports also note that the company may delay the announcement of the RTX 3080 Ti because of lackluster performance from AMD. Looking back, the company revealed its GeForce RTX 2060 GPU along with Max-Q laptops at CES 2019. So, it is possible that the company could repeat history. This means that we could see a new desktop GPU and updated GPUs for laptops.

The information about the event comes just after the company announced that it is expanding its system latency reduction technology, Nvidia Reflex to four new games. As noted in our previous report, we saw four new video games roll out Nvidia Reflex to offer an improved user experience. These four games include Enlisted, Warface, Mordhau, and Crsed: FOAD.