New releases of GPUs don’t seem to be stopping anytime soon, as NVIDIA has announced a special keynote address taking place early next year.
The GPU manufacturer announced that there will be a special virtual address on Tuesday, January 3 at 8 AM PT/ 11 AM ET/ 4 PM GMT/ 9:30 PM IST during CES 2023.
The company has revealed that fans should expect to see details about the newest technologies and products from GeForce, which means we might see new graphic cards from NVIDIA. One of these cards might be the cancelled 12GB GeForce RTX 4080, which was first announced alongside the RTX 4090 and the 16 GB RTX 4080 earlier this year.
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Speaking of the RTX 4090, NVIDIA might be in hot water over its top-of-the-line GPU, following a lawsuit slapped against the company by a disgruntled owner.
According to the class-action lawsuit filed earlier this week in California, the issue stems from the 16-pin power connector, which have been overheating and in some cases even melting.
Lucas Genova, the person behind the lawsuit has stated that NVIDIA is selling “a defective and dangerous power cable plug and socket, which has rendered consumers’ cards inoperable and poses a serious electrical and fire hazard for each and every purchaser.”
IGN India has reached out to NVIDIA for a comment over the lawsuit filed against them, and the article will soon be updated with the company’s statement.