Nvidia has confirmed that it’ll be taking to the stage at CES 2023 later today, with the company teasing “the latest innovations made possible by accelerated computing and artificial intelligence”. While that’s tantalising enough, the premature appearance of next-gen RTX 4070 Ti leaks in early January suggests it’ll more than likely include the reveal of the new RTX 40 Series graphics card too.
It’s set to be an exciting event for keen gamers, but when does it take place and how can you watch it live? We cover all there is to know about Nvidia’s CES 2023 keynote right here.
When does the Nvidia CES 2023 keynote begin?
Nvidia’s CES 2023 keynote is set to begin today, 3 January at 8am PT, 11am ET or 4pm GMT for those tuning in from the UK.
How to watch the Nvidia CES 2023 live stream
As with most modern keynotes, you’ll be able to watch Nvidia’s latest announcements from the comfort of your own home. Nvidia has confirmed that you’ll be able to watch the keynote via its official site, and it’s also available via the company’s YouTube channel too.
We’ve embedded the YouTube stream below, so simply bookmark this page and head back later today to see what Nvidia has in store for 2023.
What to expect from Nvidia at CES 2023
While Nvidia’s keynote will no-doubt be packed with information on the company’s latest advancements in accelerated computing and artificial intelligence, the main focus for gamers will be the Nvidia RTX 4070 Ti which is all but confirmed to be revealed during the show.
In fact, the graphics card has already leaked fairly extensively ahead of its announcement, and according to videocardz, it’ll be available to buy later this week on 5 January.
In terms of specs, it’s essentially the 12GB variant of the RTX 4080 that Nvidia “unlaunched” following negative reception from the press and gamers alike back in October, though with a price tag that’s rumoured to be slightly more palatable at $799.
It’s not just about PC gaming at CES 2023 though; Nvidia is also rumoured to provide an update on the upgraded laptop-focused 40 Series GPUs.
The upgraded mobile graphics card collection should play nicely with Intel’s new 13th-gen Raptor Lake CPUs and AMD’s Ryzen 7000 chipsets, both rumoured to be announced at CES 2023.
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