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NVIDIA’s Volta Architecture To Debut Later This Year

by Pradeep / Jul 06, 2017 08:39 PM EDT

NVIDIA has been making a lot of headlines lately. The firm recently took the wraps off its next-generation Volta architecture. NVIDIA's Volta architecture is believed by experts to disrupt the gaming graphic cards market. As always, after developing the new architecture, the company first launched it on the Tesla GPU (graphics processing unit) platform. This is done so that data centers can benefit out of it. Moreover, they can even afford the highly-priced GPUs. It is only after noting how the system faired in this market does the company move on to experimenting with the same in the GeForce gaming market. The gaming market can be accredited to increase the sale of a GPU.

According to several reports, NVIDIA has since a very long time been following this strategy. As a result, this strategy has helped the firm accumulate a lot of profit. Therefore, the company plans on doing the same with most of its products including the Tesla V100. The aforementioned architecture is scheduled to launch sometime in Q3 of 2017. This has also subsequently given rise to several speculations regarding the upcoming Volta-based GeForce GPUs as well. If these reports are believed to be true then NVIDIA may debut its Volta-based GeForce GPUs under the GTX 20-series itself. As can be recalled, the GTX 20-series is believed to be nothing but a slightly revamped version of the Pascal architecture. The GTX 20-series along with the Pascal architecture, all fall in direct competition with AMD's Radeon 500-series (Polaris architecture).

As pointed by a report by Market Realist, NVIDIA CEO, Jensen Huang at the GPU Technology Conference, 2017 made an announcement regarding the same. Alongside the announcement, he also revealed a demo video of the upcoming game, Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV that was running on NVIDIA's Volta processors. Needless to say, the graphics were impressive. Therefore, the fans are greatly looking forward to the upcoming innovation by NVIDIA. The company hasn't provided any detail regarding when they will be debuting the processor-in-question as yet. Let's wait and see what exactly pans out.

Meanwhile, NVIDIA is also expected to launch its V100 data-center GPU. This is expected to feature an almost-similar-architecture as the former but will be less expensive. There is a gaming variant of the same too, that is scheduled to arrive soon. None of the above-given information has been attested by the company as yet.

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