NVIDIA is taking to the Gamescom stage in Germany today, where it's largely expected to unleash its next big graphics card refresh on the world: the RTX 2080. The party is set to kick off promptly at 6 p.m. CEST (12 p.m. ET / p a.m. PT), so get your popcorn ready.
If previously leaked specs are correct, then the RTX 2080 series is shaping up to be a massive boost in power at NVIDIA's top end. However, there's no telling what else NVIDIA may have up its sleeve for the event, so tune in to the livestream below to watch the event as it unfolds.
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