Where to watch the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti / 2080 Gamescom 2018 Livestream

New RTX 20-series graphics cards, GeForce APIs, game announcements and more to unveiled at NVIDIA #BeForTheGame Event at Gamescom 2018

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20 - Aug - 2018
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20 - Aug - 2018
 
Where to watch the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti / 2080 Gamescom 201...

After a good two years since the last graphics cards were launched by NVIDIA, we finally have the Turing basedNVIDIA 20-series graphics cards right around the corner. Given all the leaks in the past couple of days include a couple of box arts from the likes of MSI, EVGA, GIGABYTE, ASUS, ZOTAC and even the mother of all leaks from PNY which confirmed all the final specifications of the GeForce RTX 2080 Ti and RTX 2080, we’re pretty certain what will be announced at the NVIDIA Gamescom 2018 press conference. 

Where to watch NVIDIA Gamescom 2018 Livestream

For starters, we’ve made it a bit convenient for you by embedding the livestream on this very page. So you can watch the livestream right here. 

Those who wish to catch the press conference livestream on the respective websites or via the apps can watch it on NVIDIA’s Twitch page and perhaps even their YouTube page. NVIDIA has previously streamed to their Ustream and Facebook pages as well. You can find the links to all expected livestreams below.

https://www.twitch.tv/NVIDIA
https://www.ustream.tv/nvidia
https://www.facebook.com/NVIDIAGeForce

What to expect from the NVIDIA Gamescom 2018 Livestream

There’s the Turing based NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti and RTX 2080 which is poised to be the highlight of the event. The leaked render for the same was obtained by Videocardz and is pictured below. 

NVIDIA RTX 2080 Ti Render Image Gamescom 2018

If this is indeed the reference card or the Founder’s Edition of the RTX 2080 Ti and 2080, then the twin-fan design is not a surprise. As per the recent leaks, the TDP for the RTX 2080 Ti and the RTX 2080 are both at 285 W which is quite a lot given that previous gen cards would be rated for 180-250W. The added ray-tracing elements are suspected to be power intensive. 

Aside from the graphics card, NVIDIA will also be announcing some new graphics technology APIs to make use of the new ray-tracing capabilities of the 20-series cards. Along with that, we should also see some game demos from developers who have implemented the same

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