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NVIDIA will be launching Ampere GPUs on May 14th at GTC 2020

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After a major disappointment as NVIDIA couldn’t host the event in March, the GTC 2020 will be held on May 14th 2020. It will be the platform where they will be launching their new Ampere GPUs based on the new 7nm process.

It will be the successor to the RTX-20 GPUs based out of the Turing architecture. NVIDIA’s CEO Jensen Huang remarked in February that GTC 2020 “will not disappoint” and the company has further clarified that we should “get Amped” for Ampere GPUs.

At the GTC 2020, Huang will host a pre-recorded keynote address on YouTube at 06:00 PDT. The event won’t be that boring even though being an online event this time as it includes live webinars and recorded talks, for which you can register on the GTC website.

The press release via Videocardz states that:

Huang will highlight the company’s latest innovations in AI, high-performance computing, data science, autonomous machines, healthcare and graphics during the recorded keynote. Participants will be able to view the keynote on-demand at

The GTC Digital event has attracted more than 45,000 registered attendees who have participated in 300 recorded talks and dozens of instructor-led sessions.

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Raunak Saha
Raunak Saha
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