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NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti, AMD Radeon Vega Reportedly Heading Towards Back-to-Back Release in February 28

NVIDIA GTX 1080 Ti is reportedly making a debut during the GeForce GTX Gaming Celebration happening in Feb. 28 in San Francisco, California. AMD also prepares an event on the same date to unveil their AMD Ryzen CPUs. See full details here for the two biggest events in the gaming community!

NVIDIA GTX 1080 Ti Release Date

NVIDIA has rumored to have settled its mind by having a final launching date of GTX 1080 Ti which is rumored to be happening during the GeForce GTX Gaming celebration during the GDC 2017 in Feb. 28. According to WCCF Tech, the speculation is based on the graphics maker tradition of unveiling GPUs during this time of the year.

It can be recalled that NVIDIA has launched the GeForce GTX Titan X, a graphics card based on Maxwell architecture, during the Game Developers Conference last 2015 through their official keynote. And for 2016, NVIDIA has revealed their software products such as HFTS Shadows and VXAO which are both integrated in Tom Clancy's The Division, Rise of the Tomb Raider and Watch Dogs 2.

Furthermore, NVIDIA is also rumored to unveil another gaming class GPU with HMB2. A new graphics card, specifically the GeForce 200 series which is based on Pascal architecture is also possibly making an appearance during the event.   

AMD Radeon Vega Release Date

AMD is also about to unveil its Radeon Vega chips in their hosted event called Capsaicin and Cream Live during the GDC 2017 in Feb. 28. According to Game Debate, this event does not only shows the Radeon Vega chips but also aims to showcase the most anticipated AMD Ryzen processors which are reportedly running the Vega chips.

What's more interesting about the event is that AMD is going to have a livestream of it so that fans need not to be in San Francisco, California to enjoy the fun. Specialist developer session from Epic and Unity group follows after the live press conference.

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