Multiple leaks could suggest that Nvidia is getting ready to end up very busy launching new gaming GPUs across product segments and value bands. First, there exists a report of latest mobile GeForce RTX graphics processors for laptops, what are most likely to be real as the company normally offers mobile versions of the desktop GPUs. Next, you will find reports on the desktop GeForce RTX 2060 that might be slotted underneath the existing GeForce RTX 2070. There’ve been vague reports of an GeForce RTX 2050, although inside of a strange twist, other reports are convinced that the latest mid-range GeForce GTX 11-series is going to be announced instead or perhaps in with regard to these GPUs.

Starting with the most believable rumour, Tom’s Hardware cites a Reddit post the place where a user has shared photos of the things look like minor Taiwanese ODM’s spec sheet for upcoming gaming laptops. The specifications include MXM (Mobile PCIe Module) exactly what are being called the GeForce RTX 2080 MXM OC, GeForce RTX 2070 MXM OC, and GeForce RTX 2060 MXM OC. The 3 are labelled as “hardware overclocking version”.

While the higher-end two mobile GPUs are listed with 8GB of GDDR6 RAM, the GeForce RTX 2060 MXM OC has 6GB of GDDR6 RAM. From high-end to low-end, these GPUs could have 2,944, 2,304, and 1,526 CUDA cores respectively. January 15 is mentioned as a tentative shipping date to your GPU, although it will be approximately individual brands like Asus, MSI, HP, Dell, Lenovo and Acer to announce laptops dependant on them.

The purported Taiwanese ODM’s slides even show a graph of the items is apparently projected relative performance gains against existing mobile GeForce GTX GPUs. The GeForce RTX 2070 is proven roughly 20 % faster as opposed to GeForce GTX 1070 when running at stock and as much as 40 percent faster when overclocked. The overclocked GeForce RTX 2080 is been shown to be over Sixty percent faster.

This news comes just days after an apparent leak of any upcoming GeForce MX 250 GPU for entry-level gaming or general-purpose laptops with discrete GPUs. The GeForce MX250 name sprouted from a spec sheet for any upcoming HP business laptop, which was shared on Twitter.

Next, we now have reports of an desktop GeForce RTX 2060. While perhaps inevitable that Nvidia will launch a real product, the fundamental cause with the leak is usually a purported registration filing by Gigabyte together with the Eurasian Economic Commission. What’s most surprising is usually that Gigabyte has apparently developed approximately 39 graphics card SKUs. Apparently there could be versions in retail with 3GB, 4GB and 6GB of RAM, with each variant are able to use either GDDR6, GDDR5X, or GDDR5 RAM. This is highly improbable and might trigger mass confusion amongst buyers.

It’s worth noting that these particular are not retail listings, in case the leak is honest, Gigabyte could have been pre-empting Nvidia’s final releases, and much fewer variants would actually arrive at market. In the 39 variants can be some that are overclocked, some with two-fan and three-fan coolers, plus some compact versions with the Mini-ITX market.

Finally, probably the most curious rumour is usually that Nvidia could soon sell mid-range versions of the Turing-based GPUs below the GeForce GTX brand. These will not have the hardware dedicated to real-time ray tracing, but they can function as same physical GPUs with those blocks disabled instead of a new design.

Prior to your launch within the GeForce RTX series, it turned out widely reported there has to be GeForce GTX 11 series. This could show that Nvidia has planned a split manufacturer product line for years, or that your firm is reacting to backlash on the high prices of that latest GPUs. No matter what branding, the GPU that can eventually switch the GeForce GTX 1050 has sprouted during the online Geekbench database. 

If Nvidia is refining their plans big blitz, its upcoming event at CES 2019 at the begining of January is definitely the venue for starters or maybe more of the announcements. The GeForce RTX 2070, GeForce RTX 2080, and GeForce RTX 2080 Ti were launched at the end of August 2019.