It’s an extremely busy time for Asus, however the TUF aspect of the model is at the moment teasing a brand new Nvidia GPU with none reference to the 40 collection.
A brand new graphics card announcement from Asus has been picked up on the radar, with the corporate making no straight references to what they might be releasing.
Dubbed the “TUF OG”, Asus will reveal the brand new GPU on Could 10, 9am EST with its personal devoted stay stream. The message that went together with the tease was:
“Stand by for a brand new GeForce RTX graphics card! The TUF OG is poised for deployment in your gaming rig.
“Guess the chipset and full card identify for an opportunity to win it!”
Nonetheless, the point out of the “TUF OG” is lacking from the tweet, making this an much more complicated tease.
Hey recruit! Stand by for a brand new Geforce RTX™ graphics card! Guess the chipset & full card identify for an opportunity to win it!Watch the stay stream for the unveil & winner announcement:Could tenth, 9am | NYCMay tenth, 3pm | BerlinMay tenth, 9pm | Taipei???????? pic.twitter.com/WE4XD0G3Ya
— ASUS (@ASUS) Could 4, 2023
Asus has additionally fully unnoticed any precise Nvidia branding exterior of the GeForce RTX, leaving it unclear what the mysterious new addition to its already stacked GPU output is.
Asus teases new GPU – will it’s the RTX 4060 Ti?
Asus’ stream comes slightly too early earlier than the anticipated announcement of the RTX 4060 Ti, which is anticipated to be a part of Nvidia’s CEO’s Computex keynote. Nonetheless, it’s absolutely anticipated that the “TUF OG” might be operating the Ada Lovelace structure which at the moment powers the RTX 40-series playing cards.
Nonetheless, it’s doable that Asus is gearing as much as make a brand new line of GPUs to go alongside the present TUF output, with a single card launching earlier than the remaining be part of it.
Asus is at the moment having an extremely busy first half of the yr. Not solely have they launched their very own RTX 4070 and Ti variants, but in addition their very own handheld gaming PC to compete with the Steam Deck. The Asus ROG Ally is powered by AMD’s new Z1 and Z1 Excessive chips.