Only when we thought we had a firm understanding of what Nvidia Turing could be a new reputation for, the company will release its iconic GTX branding with its next-generation graphics card.
Nvidia will probably adopt a brand new RTX branding for the upcoming Turing family of graphics cards according to AdoredTV's unnamed sources. The technology YouTuber supports its claims that Nvidia was recently the trademark GeForce RTX and Quadro RTX.
The driving technology so far is the RTX name, can refer to Nvidia that introduces real-time Raytracing technology, which until now has only been available through the Company's extremely expensive Volta-based supercomputers.
AdoredTV also claims that the source has said that the Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 will be 8% faster than the GTX 1
Now these rumors come from quite far left fields, as most rumors on Nvidia's next GPU have pointed to the 11-series graphics card. This includes an Aida 64 screen that appeared earlier this week, but confirmed the existence of Nvidia GTX 1180 – although it is interesting to suggest it is powered by a GV104 Volta kernel.
At the moment it's hard to believe in any rumor over another, so we'll take everything with salt grains. Fortunately, we can soon get away from this speculation as we move on to Nvidia's GeForce Gaming Celebration event at Gamescom later in August.