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EVGA RTX 2080 Hydro Copper FTW3
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EVGA Reveals Hydro Copper, Hybrid, and Blower RTX Cards

When NVIDIA announced their GeForce RTX Series graphics cards EVGA did announce a few cards, but we had to wait a little bit for their Hydro Copper, Hybrid, and Blower cards. First up we have the Hydro Copper series, which is made up of two models, the Hydro Copper FTW3 and Hydro Copper XC.

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AMD Reveals 7nm Radeon Vega

Besides showing off their 24-core and 32-core Threadripper 2 parts AMD also let everyone know what they were up to in the graphics space. They demonstrated the world's first GPU built on the 7nm fabrication process, which came in the form of a Radeon Vega Instinct HPC/AI accelerator. It has a 7nm GPU based on the "Vega" architecture powering it.

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Were We All Wrong? – NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1180 Launching July 30th?

I'm sure many of you read our report yesterday on how NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang when asked about a Volta-based GeForce Card said “It’ll be a long time from now”. Obviously for all of us gamers out there that was a little disappointing. Well a new report coming from Anthony Garreffa of TweakTown is saying that we will see a next-generation GeForce GTX 1180 launching on July 30th!

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We Could See a GTX 1080 Successor By Late July

According to the latest reports NVIDIA is putting the final touches on its first serious GeForce-branded GPU based on the next-generation NVIDIA architecture. While we do not know which architecture the GPU will be based on it looks like it is slated for a late-July product announcement.

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NVIDIA Could Be Working on a GTX 1050 with 3GB Memory

According to rumors that originated from Expreview, NVIDIA is working on a new variant of their GeForce GTX 1050 graphics card. This version will come with 3GB of memory onboard. The additional memory could possibly increase the graphics card's performance in certain situations.

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ThinkComputers Podcast #136

In this episode of our weekly tech podcast we talk about our two reviews this week, NVIDIA canning the GeForce Partner Program, Intel possibly launching a GPU at CES 2019, two new cases and more!

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