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What a month. After the uneven ebb of item announcements through spring and summer season, business let loose in September. It’s a lot to take in, so we’ve pared down the highlights to the very best of the lot. We’ve also included a few products that released this month– you’ll wish to act fast given that scarcities are a real thing these days.
The last 30 days saw a torrent of statements, leaks that became main reveals, items launching without prior notification– and even statements of upcoming statements. (Yes, that happened.) The most significant news of course was Nvidia’s brand-new RTX 30- series graphics cards, followed closely by AMD’s expose of its upcoming Zen 3 and Radeon 6000- series … statements? launches? … in October.
Last details on the next-gen video gaming consoles likewise emerged, and Intel’s Tiger Lake chips with their smoking Xe integrated graphics finally released, too. And there was still the typical variety of more normal releases: SSDs, CPU coolers, laptop computers, and even new Apple Watches. Whew.
September 2020’s leading product statements
Nvidia RTX 30- series graphics cards
After lots of months of rumors and supposed leaks, Nvidia took the wraps off its next generation of graphics cards, the RTX 30- series. These GPUs pick up precisely where gamers wanted, bringing tremendous gains in standard and ray-tracing efficiency; they likewise come with a shopping list of design overhauls (including a never-before-seen 12- pin power port) and new features like RTX IO (similar to the ultra-fast storage in next-gen consoles) and Nvidia Reflex (which lowers click-to-display latency).
Our comprehensive coverage of the flagship RTX 3080 and the ultra top-tier RTX 3090 provides the details– consisting of a contrast versus the previous generation RTX 20- series cards, benchmark results ( ultrawide screens consisted of!), and even tests of Nvidia’s repair for current crashing issues The 3rd card revealed, the RTX 3070, comes out in just a number of weeks, so remain tuned. There’s absolutely more details to come.