NVIDIA is expected to have a press conference for its next-gen GeForce video cards next week, with a bigger unveiling and launch at Computex in a month. Better yet, consumers will be able to buy NVIDIA's next-gen video cards in June.
According to NordicHardware, NVIDIA will be providing samples of its next-gen hardware to the media (like TweakTown) very soon, so that they can test it before Computex. From there, the partner cards from the likes of ASUS, MSI and ZOTAC will be launched during Computex and thrown onto shelves in June.
There are two different models to expect, replacing the GM204-based parts in the GeForce GTX 980 and GTX 970. These two cards will be Pascal-based, 16nm designs which will arrive as the new GeForce GTX 1080 and GTX 1070 - but I'm still not sold on that naming system.
If there happens to be a media event, you can bet we'll be there - and my ticket to Computex is booked and ready to go. We will be delivering some insane coverage during the event, so be sure to check to tune into TweakTown between now, during and after Computex!