Nvidia is one of the names that pops up when you think of PC hardware, and now at a recent event (as shared with us by ResetEra user asmith906) the company has revealed its first processors built on Turing architecture, these being the Quadro RTX 5000, 6000, and 8000 GPUs.
As reported by Cnet, Turing allows for higher-bandwidth processing, and RTX adds new ray-tracing cores for the best rendering. All of these feature advanced shading, artificial intelligence, and are designed for demanding tasks like content creation and simulations. What's more is that they support USB-C and VirtualLink, enabling VR headset connectivity through one USB-C port.
As for when these will be available, they should come by the end of the year, and if you want the nitty-gritty details be sure to watch the keynote here. Are these exciting to you?