There is no way to predict what NVIDIA at Computex 2022 will reveal, but the company has made it clear they will have new products to show off. Nvidia will kick off its keynote at 11am local time on Tuesday 23 May in Taipei, Taiwan. The keynote is being broadcast live on NVIDIA’s YouTube channel and will end on May 27. The event is held simultaneously in the United States, Taiwan, and China.
Among the new products coming from NVIDIA at Computex include the new line of NVIDIA A100 PCIe liquid-cooled GPUs for mainstream servers and the company’s upcoming cloud solutions. The company will also show off the DLSS technology, which is now supported in more than 180 games.
Hitman 3 was one of the first games to be revealed at the event and is already supported by DLSS and ray tracing technology. The Nvidia DLSS and ray tracing tech brought with the latest Hitman 3 May update 3.110 patch to all platforms.
Other major announcements from Nvidia include new laptops with RTX 3080 Ti GPUs, as well as new monitors with DP 2.0 bandwidth. Meanwhile, the company also announced its 500 Hz Esports monitor and a new line of 1080p TN panel.
The latest innovations are slated for early 2023 and could impact gaming and AI. However, there is no certainty as to what Nvidia will unveil at Computex 2022.
New data centers powered by Nvidia GPUs are an exciting area of focus for the company. The company has been working on systems to power streaming infrastructures, AI factories, and Omniverse. The new Grace CPU and Hopper GPU combination will also see additional efficiency, thanks to NVLink technology.
There are also new products from Nvidia that are specifically designed to power AI factories and high-performance cloud gaming environments.