Nvidia has been on headlines lately after GeForce Now confirmed that Activision Blizzard has withdrawn from the service. This had damaged their reputation a lot, and players are still complaining about the games that are useless to them now.
The card manufactures are back to their local business with a new teaser, sharing their latest Graphics Card. Cyberpunk 2077 and Nvidia were sharing Tweets, in which Cyberpunk 2077 asked Nvidia if they are going to make Cyberpunk 2077 limited GPU. The company replied with a teaser, that showed a Cyberpunk 2077 themed card in the smoky picture.
The Graphics card can be seen featuring a yellow/silver metallic design, with dual fans setup. It looks very similar to the current RTX 20 series cards. This card can also be an enhanced version of RTX 2080 Ti. However, numerous rumors on Twitter are constantly saying that this could be a special card, called RTX 2077. Apparently, both companies are in the middle of huge partnership, claimed by various sources, thus, it could be possible that a new Cyberpunk 2077 exclusive Graphics card might be around the corner.
Lastly, this can also be 2080 Ti Super, which is on news since the past few months. The card is actually confirmed, and it has been rumoured with 4,608 CUDA Cores and 16Gbps memory bandwidth. Nvidia has not shared any remarks on other cards. Hence, any rumor also says that this could be next-gen RTX 3000, which is unlikely because Nvidia won’t unveil their card just because of Cyberpunk 2077.
There is something going on between Cyberpunk 2077 and Nvidia, players can expect something special in the coming months. If Nvidia decided to either manufacturer Cyberpunk 2077 exclusive card or introduce 2080 Ti Super, both could be very awesome
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