Nvidia may soon launch a new RTX GPU
The launch of the RTX Super series has proven a wise decision from Nvidia, as the green team practically negated AMD’s efforts to steal market shares in the mid-range GPU sector with the introduction of the RX 5700 cards. Still, the red team is gearing up to launch more powerful Navi cards for 2020, and Intel is also expected to make a grand entrance on the GPU market next year. Nevertheless, Nvidia does not appear to be resting on its laurels just yet and may already be working on improved RTX GPUs, at least according to new info leaked in the AIDA64 benchmark.
A mysterious GeForce RTX T10-8 model was spotted in AIDA64 by Twitter user Komachi_Ensaka and it looks like the new chip is based on the TU102 die that is currently powering enthusiast cards like the Titan RTX and the GeForce RTX 2080 Ti. Rumors before the launch of the Super series were talking about a possible RTX 2080 Ti Super version, but this could also be a Titan RTX Black model.
Alternatively, the chip may end up being an improved version of the Quadro RTX family, but analysts are leaning more towards a gaming model. There is a huge price difference between the Titan RTX (~US$2,500) and the RTX 2080 Ti (US$~US$1,200) currently, so Nvidia could be looking to fill in that gap with the RTX 2080 Ti Super priced at around $US1,500.