FUD Zilla talked to its sources and got to hear that some of the earlier rumors about NVIDIA's Ampere and Turing aren't accurate. The site writes that Turing is expected in Q3 2018 and will be aimed at both AI and gaming applications. It should be on the market before the back-to-school season.
Turing will be the next-gen gaming GPU and it will perform ray-tracing better than anything currently on the market:
Of course, Turing will be fast, it will do gaming much better and it will perform Ray Tracing better than anything before. There is a space for optimization compared to the Pascal, which is pretty much the only real gaming-oriented GPU available from Nvidia. The Volta compute card for $2000 is Nvidia’s way to try to milk even more money from the super crazy enthusiasts and should not be counted as a gaming GPU.
Ampere on the other hand will reportedly have mining, gaming, and AI-focused versions. This architecture comes in the future but FUD Zilla wasn't able to get details about a potential launch date. The site says it depends on many factors, including AMD's ability to compete in the high-end GPU market. The news implies Turing is a 12nm GPU, while Ampere will likely be 7nm if FUD's sources are accurate.