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By now, we know that Nvidia has made its GTX 970M and GTX 970Ti launch plans public.
The company also released a bunch of new drivers and software updates to developers.
That includes a couple of new GPUs that it has confirmed will be available to purchase on January 11.
But what are the actual upgrades?
Nvidia’s first major update is a big one, and it will allow users to upgrade their GeForce GTX 970 and GTX 980 cards, along with the rest of its graphics cards.
As you might expect, the new cards include a few more specs than the previous models.
They are said to be capable of 1.3 TFLOPS of computing power, or 10.1 billion transistors.
Nvidia is also touting a new Nvidia G-Sync technology, and Nvidia says that this will allow for “greater fidelity” than a traditional DisplayPort 1.4a.
Both of these are great news for those looking to play a lot of 4K Ultra HD content.
In addition, Nvidia says its driver team will be adding support for Nvidia’s own hardware-accelerated graphics.
Those hardware-assisted GPUs are capable of up to 10 TFLOPs of compute power, and they’ll likely be available for purchase on Nvidia’s website.
Nvidia’s next major update will be the GeForce GTX 1060 and GeForce GTX 1070 graphics cards, which are also said to offer up to 20 percent better performance than the GeForce 980M and 980Ti.
These are said in some versions to be available in December, while the ones released on Thursday are likely to hit in January.
Finally, Nvidia is bringing a new hardware-aware display to its lineup.
This new feature will allow gamers to configure their monitors with various display technologies, including LED, OLED, and Plasma.
These new features will allow the GeForce 10 series to offer more than 4K resolution without having to sacrifice color accuracy.
The GeForce 10 graphics cards will also offer support for the new Vulkan API, which Nvidia says will allow it to optimize graphics performance for new games.
The last major Nvidia update is the GeForce RTX 2080 graphics card.
The card is expected to launch sometime in December.