NVIDIA next-gen GeForce cards to get HDMI 2.1 and new Boost?

Posted on Wednesday, June 13 2018 @ 21:24 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
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Tom's Hardware Germany writer Igor Wallosek spreads some fresh rumors about NVIDIA's next-gen GeForce cards. We still don't know the codename or the naming of the final retail cards, but sources in the R&D teams of NVIDIA's board partners revealed that the new cards will feature a new video output.

This will likely be HDMI 2.1. Another new snippet of information is that NVIDIA will once again change how core frequency operates. No details on what will change, perhaps a new boost state or a different form of frequency optimization.

Either way, it's pretty exciting to finally see some rumors about the next-gen video cards. Pascal has been around for what seems like forever now, it's definitely time for something fresh.

Via: VideoCardz

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