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#ProjectBeyond: NVIDIA launches next-generation GeForce campaign (2nd update)

GeForce RTX-40It looks like NVIDIA has started the marketing campaign for the next generation of GeForce. All social media accounts released a short and mysterious teaser video with the hashtag #ProjectBeyond.

Can not read details from the video. However, there should be more information and other publications over the coming days. #ProjectBeyond doesn’t necessarily have anything to do with the next generation GeForce. The motto is here: Wait!

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First update:

Usually the site is well informed Video Cards A graphic has been included to fit the teaser, which was not intended for an audience at this time. Accordingly, NVIDIA is planning a special segment at the GPU Technology Conference dealing with the topic of GeForce. In the past, NVIDIA has always tried to separate this – to establish GTC as an internal gallery of hardware and software in the workstation and server segment.

On September 20, there will also be a GeForce presentation.

second update

Meanwhile, NVIDIA has officially made the announcement. on me GeForce.com Is it[called:[تسمى:

GeForce Beyond: GTC 2022 Special with Jensen Huang

PC fans, don’t miss the GeForce Beyond special broadcast!

On September 20, NVIDIA Founder and CEO Jensen Huang will open his GTC 2022 keynote with our latest breakthroughs in gaming technology, creativity and graphics.

NVIDIA GTC is the world’s leading technology conference, where NVIDIA and its partners demonstrate how NVIDIA technologies help solve the world’s toughest computing, scientific and engineering challenges.”

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