Despite a difficulty in supply and the rampant demand for its products, NVIDIA has maintained technology development on the cutting edge of graphics and processing power. With its NVIDIA at Computex 2021 Keynote, the company’s executives are going live to speak to some of the most notable ongoing conversations about its technology. This could also mean new reveals from NVIDIA. Will we see the rumored RTX 3080 Ti GPU make an appearance? We’ve got the livestream for you right here.
Watch the NVIDIA at Computex 2021 Keynote livestream here
The NVIDIA at Computex 2021 keynote is set to go live on the NVIDIA YouTube channel on May 31, 2021 at 10:00 p.m. PT / (June 1) 1 a.m. ET. The livestream event was previously teased last week with the rumors that we could see the reveal of NVIDIA’s RTX 3080 Ti GPU. If you want to catch the livestream event, you can head to the above YouTube link or watch the embedded video below.
Whether we see the new GPU or not, NVIDIA is definitely set to give some lengthy talk time to some of its newest technology and approaches to computing in gaming and data center technology. GeForce Senior Vice President Jeff Fisher and Head of Enterprise Computing Manuvir Das will be taking up airtime during the presentation to speak to these topics. We could also see some address of the ongoing semiconductor crisis and how it continues to affect NVIDIA. Despite any and all problems, the company was able to put up one of its best fiscal years this previous year, as reported in its latest earnings reports.
Whatever happens during the NVIDIA at Computex 2021 Keynote livestream, whether we get the reveal of the RTX 3080 Ti GPU or not, you’ll be able to see it all right here. Stay tuned as it goes live for all of the latest NVIDIA conversation.