Another RTX Day is coming: Saturday, October 16th in these stores

Another RTX Day is coming: Saturday, October 16th in these stores

Another RTX Day is coming

After the success of the first edition, held just a few weeks ago in collaboration with Asus and Mediaworld, the RTX Day initiative is repeated again, the day in which Nvidia makes available selected stocks of GeForce RTX Series 30 GPUs. will take place on Saturday 16 October, in collaboration with Zotac and Next, in two of the chain's stores located in Lombardy. The cards are sold at their recommended price, which is something interested gamers will find more than positive considering the staggering earnings of the speculators.

RTX Day logo on Saturday, October 16th. Source: © 2021 NEXT HARDWARE & SOFTWARE spa; Nvidia GeForce RTX Series 30 GPUs take advantage of the latest Nvidia technologies, such as Ray Tracing, DLSS (an AI-based resolution and image quality enhancement technology, now supported by more than 100 games), the suite of Nvidia Reflex technologies and the upcoming 3D Stacking, to offer exceptional performance not only in gaming, but also in the field of technical and creative applications. The GeForce RTX 30 Series GPUs made by Zotac have attracted the interest of so many players that they initially "flooded" the manufacturer with reservations.

The GPUs that will be at the center of the initiative have solutions for every range of price, with a recommended cost starting from 399 €, are the ZOTAC GeForce RTX 3060 Twin Edge OC, ZOTAC GeForce RTX 3060 Ti Twin Edge OC, ZOTAC GeForce RTX 3080 Trinity OC, ZOTAC GeForce RTX 3080 Ti Trinity OC. The two NEXT stores in which this edition of RTX Day will take place on Saturday 16 October are the NEXT Hardware & Software stores in via Salerno, 38 in Limbiate (MB) and in via Procaccini (ang. Tartaglia) in Milan. For more information, you can visit the appropriate page on the NEXT website: the prices at which the cards will be sold will be revealed tomorrow, Friday 15 October.

Can't you reach Lombardy for RTX Day? Unfortunately, for the purchase of your Nvidia and Zotac GPU you will have to rely on other channels, such as Amazon.

Nvidia RTX 3090 Super GPU rumors just won’t die – but how likely is it?

Nvidia is readying to launch a trio of new models of graphics cards at the very start of 2022, with the beefiest offering being the RTX 3090 Super, fresh nuggets from the rumor mill suggest.

Of course, we’ve heard speculation on the subject of the RTX 3090 Super before, and this will purportedly be accompanied by a new flavor of RTX 3070 Ti with 16GB of VRAM, and a relaunched RTX 2060 with more video memory, doubling the RAM configuration up to 12GB (again, a possibility previously floated on the GPU grapevine).

According to the leaker @hongxing2020 (whose tweet was spotted by VideoCardz), the RTX 3090 Super – plus the others – will be arriving in January of next year.

No further details on the 3090 Super were imparted aside from the release date, and as well as the scant nature of this post, we must also bear in mind that this is an unproven hardware leaker with no real following.

That said, a renowned leaker, @harukaze5719, also just shared a rumor originating in Taiwan which claims that EVGA could be about to declare its RTX 3090 Kingpin end-of-life, to replace it with a 3090 Super Kingpin.

While the source (@hongxing2020) requires huge doses of salt here, at least @harukaze5719 is a more reliable (relatively speaking) Twitter leaker who is also talking about the RTX 3090 Super. And, with more rumors starting to swirl out there about this possible supercharged flagship, it’s perhaps seeming a touch more likely that this GPU could happen.

Remember, there was previous gossip from @Greymon55 (another regular Twitter leaker) in late August, too, which claimed the 3090 Super will bristle with 10,752 CUDA cores and pull 400W in terms of power draw.

Ultimately, though, we’re not sure how much sense it makes for Nvidia to be pushing out an even more powerful version of its Ampere flagship. That said, we have acknowledged the argument in the past that with the 3080 Ti nipping at the performance heels of the RTX 3090, maybe the 3090 Super would help to differentiate Nvidia’s top-end offerings more clearly. We can’t rule that out, by any means.

A beefed-up RTX 3070 Ti with double the VRAM – currently it has 8GB, and 16GB would be a welcome move – is certainly possible, as is the RTX 2060 coming back with twice the video RAM as well. The latter has been mentioned before, as we observed above, and indeed in that past rumor the launch date was also pegged at January 2022. It’s not an unrealistic move for the 2060 to return to help mitigate Ampere stock woes; after all, the Turing workhorse remains a solid enough option for 1080p gaming.

Interestingly, this new rumor doesn’t mention any other Super variants, but if a beefier RTX 3070 Ti is coming, that could be in lieu of a Super refresh. It’s arguable whether we need a 3070 or 3080 Super further cluttering up Nvidia’s RTX 3000 GPU range anyway, given that the Ti variants of these cards already exist.

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