NVIDIA invites you to GeForce GTX Gaming event

Published: Feb 15th 2017, 18:12 GMT   Comments

NVIDIA is hosting a gaming event on February 28th.

A gaming celebration or a new product launch?

The event was first advertised on Eventbrite, the same site that told us about upcoming Capsaicin & Cream event announced by AMD. Both events will take place on the same day, but there is just one tiny difference between the two. So far NVIDIA has not confirmed if any part of Gaming GTX event will be live streamed. Unless that changes, it’s unlikely there will be any public product launches in a caliber of high-end graphics card.

In my opinion, if AMD is not going to show or tell us anything about Vega, there is little reason for NVIDIA to steal the show by introducing highly anticipated GTX 1080 Ti/GTX 2080. But who knows what Jensen is going to do this time..

NVIDIA GeForce GTX Gaming Celebration

You’re invited to attend the GeForce GTX gaming celebration!

Come join us for an evening of awesome PC gaming, hardware, tournaments and of course free food, drinks and a few other amazing surprises.

Doors will open at 6:30 PM and the event will start promptly at 7 PM.

The celebration will take place in downtown San Francisco, CA. Venue address will be released the week of.

First come, first served, so please be sure to register and come early to get your game on. Limit one ticket per person.

You won’t want to miss this.

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