MSI is first out of the gate to announce custom graphic cards based on NVIDIA’s just-launched new generation GeForce RTX 30 Series GPUs. The second generation of RTX represents the “greatest innovation leap in the history of gaming GPUs,” says NVIDIA. MSI will roll out two RTX 30 Series-based product lines—the flagship Gaming Trio and mainstream Ventus series.
Move over Turing, here comes the new generation NVIDIA GPUs, powered by NVIDIA’s new Ampere architecture. The much-anticipated GeForce RTX 30 Series graphic cards delivers what NVIDIA claims is “the greatest-ever generational leap in GeForce history.”
As expected at its annual next@Acer Global Press Conference (GPC), Acer unleashed a barrage of new hardware, unsurprisingly led by its Predator gaming line. The company introduced significant updates to four of its popular gaming notebooks: the Predator Helios 700, Predator Helios 300, Predator Triton 300, and Nitro 7. The new notebooks now offer up to the latest 10th Gen Intel Core H-series processors and up to NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Super GPUs, offering desktop-class gaming performance to play the most demanding AAA games.
It’s not all doom and gloom in the world caused by the COVID-19 outbreak. Tech brands continue to churn out new products despite the sombre mood, albeit sans physical launch events. Acer today announced two new gaming products—the Predator Triton 500 and Acer Nitro 5 gaming notebooks. The polarising duo packs the latest 10th Gen Intel Core processors, newly-announced NVIDIA GeForce RTX Super and GTX GPUs, alongside enhanced thermal performance.
Since its introduction, the Acer “Nitro” family of devices has carved a niche amongst budget-conscious and casual gamers. Pushing that further is the new Acer Nitro 5 gaming notebook, now with quad-core AMD Ryzen power and latest NVIDIA GeForce GTX 16 discrete graphics.