It was recently learned from the Q2 earnings report that NVIDIA is reportedly set to announce its next-generation processors at the NVIDIA GTC Keynote Event 2022. The GTC Keynote Event is scheduled to start on September 19th and end on September 22nd. However, we now have a complete schedule and timing.
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From an official statement, it is clear that the next generation of NVIDIA will be presented at the GTC Keynote. The Hopper data center has now been announced, leaving only the confirmation of the RTX 4000 series from the company. The official statement was from Jensen Huang, CEO of Nvidia, and is described below:
We’ll get through this over the next few months and move on next year with our new architecture. I look forward to telling you more about this at GTC next month.
NVIDIA usually fully discloses information about its next-generation GPUs. As was the case with Ampere, an event dedicated exclusively to the RTX 3000 GPU took place on September 1, 2020. We may see more RTX 4000 details after this Keynote; although nothing is certain, it can’t be ruled out entirely. While we don’t know what details regarding RTX 4000 will be at the event, it’ll probably have something to do with game improvements, or they may just stick to just the basic information.
The event itself is officially called “AI Strategy for Business Leaders”, while this may sound completely uninteresting to the average Nvidia consumer, it should be noted that the GTC is a full-fledged event that will last several days, beginning on September 19 and ending on September 22. The GTC Keynote is known for being a preview of upcoming hardware and NVIDIA changes.
For those wondering the exact timing of the event, Jensen Huang’s GTC 2022 Keynote will be live streamed, and no registration/subscription will be required to view it. The main show will start at 8:00 a.m. PT or 5:00 p.m. CET.