Nvidia will be holding a GTX Gaming Celebration event on February 28th
Also the possible announcement of the anticipated GTX 1080Ti
Nvidia will be holding a “GTX Gaming Celebration” event on February 28th, the same day as its rival AMD’s Capsaicin & Cream event.
This event will be taking place between 6:30PM and 11:30PM (PST), with the celebration starting at 7PM sharp. This is later than the day than AMD’s Capsaicin and Cream event, which has a livestream between 10:30AM and 11:30AM and developer sessions afterwards.
Right now the company has not announced whether or not there will be a live streamed component of this event, though Nvidia does state that this event is one that “you don’t want to miss”, with many people speculating that this event will be used to launch new GPU hardware.
According to our source, this is what the invitation contains:
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.
You won’t want to miss this.
We are already hearing some rumors of a GTX 1080 Ti announcement at GDC 2017, however, we’re not sure if these rumors are true, because they’re just RUMORS.
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