No, this is not the first image of the Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080

Buzz is soaring for the Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080 – the upcoming technology graphics card that is probably to arrive (alongside other RTX 3000 GPUs) sometime this 12 months – and a new image has been posted on the internet that apparently reveals what the upcoming graphics card will look like.

However, even though we cannot hold out to see the RTX 3080 (or no matter what name Nvidia chooses for its upcoming flagship GPU), the image posted on the internet is practically definitely a faux.

Initial of all, it was posted on the Slashleaks internet site, and considering

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Nvidia GeForce Now review: Good cloud-gaming tech hits publisher reality check

At the beginning of February 2020 when this photo was taken, Doom and The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition, as well as the Bioshock and Borderlands franchises were supported. By the beginning of March they’d been pulled over licensing disputes.


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Nvidia’s GeForce Now cloud-gaming service has been available on the company’s Nvidia Shield streamer and was in beta for PC, Mac and Android phones for a while. But the version that launched in early 2020 was a scaled-back shadow of the full-featured prerelease version. The launch version lacked many options that made the service so appealing,

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Nvidia GeForce Now is bleeding games, is it still worth your time and money?

Nvidia GeForce Now hit the streets like a month ago, and in what was a surprise to literally no one, it is the best game streaming service on the market right now. It’s not without its flaws, though. 

For starters, it seems like all kinds of developers are suddenly pulling their games from the service, from AAA heavy hitters like Bethesda to Indie developers like Hinterland Studio, which just yanked its game The Long Dark off of the service. Because GeForce Now lets you play games you “own” – something I’ll get into in a bit – its a little

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