There have been rumors that NVIDIA will release a range of NVIDIA GTX 2080 and 2070 graphics cards based on the 12mn Ampere graphics architecture officially for the first time at the 2018 graphics processing technology conference to be held in late March.
Ampere has been the focus of many rumors over the past few months, and details haven’t been announced during any previous roadmap, but it is reported that Ampere will be the focus of the next line of GeForce GTX graphics cards this year. In fact, it is said that NVIDIA is making a leap for a whole generation of games, Volta for Ampere, and it has not yet been determined whether Ampere is an architectural leap in graphics architecture or an updated Volta game version.
NVIDIA is expected to release two products with prices comparable to the price of the GTX 1080/70 cards and a close performance for GTX 1080 Ti / Titan Xp cards. The GA104 will be an alternative to the GP104 (GTX 1080/70) in terms of chip size and market position, and an alternative to GP102 (GTX 1080 Ti) in performance. According to previous reports, GP102 graphics cards have already reached the end of production and are no longer manufactured, while the production of new GA104 graphics cards has started well since January this year.
This will be the first time that the company has introduced a completely new graphics structure in contrast to its usual style so we will eagerly await this new lineup.