Date still not carved in stone
According to the latest rumor, Nvidia has started to send out invites for an event that will take place at the Gamescom show in August, and while no date, Geforce or any other hardware was mentioned, this will be the most likely place that Nvidia will launch its new graphics card.
June 23 would have been Alan Turing’s birthday and Nvidia used Donald Trump's only was of communication, Twitter, to tease us about a possible new codename. We heard Turing is the name for the new architecture from independent sources we've know for years, nay, decades.
Powered by NVIDIA Tesla P4 GPUs
The International Supercomputing Conference (ISC 2018) got a chance to see Boston and Nyriad's “GPU powered SSD storage solution which provides speed and data resilience exceeding traditional RAID-based solutions.
Smallest, has NV100 and Power9 combo
It’s been a while since China had the fastest supercomputer and all thathas just changed with the launch of US government owned Summit computer that is currently the world’s most powerful and smartest artificial intelligence (AI) supercomputer.
For a limited time and with certain partners
It has been a while since we saw a game bundle from Nvidia or AMD, and Nvidia was first to break that cycle and introduce The Crew 2 bundle with Geforce GTX 1080 or GTX 1080 Ti graphics cards as well as desktop and notebook systems with these GPUs.
According to CEO Jensen Huang
It appears that there won't be any new graphics card announcement from Nvidia anytime soon, at least according to what Jensen Huang told members of the press at the press conference held ahead of the Computex 2018 show.
At Hot Chips 2018 conference
It appears that Nvidia has inadvertently revealed a date and place where it will discuss its next-generation GPU plans and possibly reveal more details for its mainstream GPU, at the Hot Chips 2018 conference, scheduled for August 20th.
Jensen Huang has forgotten to take his hyperbole pills again
Nvidia has just announced its HGX-2 cloud server platform, which it claims powers "the fastest single computer humanity has ever created" which seems rather unlikely.