Nviidia is kicking off its September GTC 2022 event tomorrow where the company is likely to reveal the new RTX 40 series GPUs. Although there has yet to be any official information about it’s upcoming products, the Nvidia CEO Jensen Huan has already confirmed that we will be hearing more about the next generation of GPU at the event.
If you’re wondering when and where you can livestream GTC 2022 yourself, take a look at our guide for how to to watch Nvidia keynote.
How to Watch the Nvidia GTC 2022 Keynote Live
CEO Jensen Huang will be delivering the Nvidia keynote on Tuesday, September 20 at 8 a.m. PT / 11 a.m. ET. You can tune into the livestream yourself directly from the Nvidia website or tune in on Nvidia’s official YouTube channel tomorrow to watch the biggest announcements.
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Although the Nvidia Keynote is what most folks will be tuning into, GTC 2022 is actually going on from September 19 through September 22. There are various talks, panels, and sessions you can attend during this time.
GTC 2022 Schedule
Looking for a full schedule of all of the GTC 2022 sessions you can join this week? Although the keynote isn’t happening until tomorrow, there are already some panels going on today. Take a look at the full GTC session catalog for a list of all of the events and when they are happening.
You will need to register for the event to attend the developer sessions, but you will be able to watch the Nvidia keynote without any registration.
What to Expect From the Nvidia GTC 2022 Keynote
The main thing we’re expecting to see from the Nvidia keynote is the new RTX 40 series GPUs. While we haven’t gotten any official confirmation from the company that the new graphics cards will be unveiled, recent leaks and comments from the CEO suggest this is what we’ll see tomorrow. Nvidia will be most likely be unveiling the RTX 4090 and atleast two other cards from the 40 series line.
Although we are mostly expecting to see the RTX 40 series GPUs unveiled, there’s a chance the company will announce more than just that. Nvidia has been teasing something called Project Beyond on Twitter over the past few weeks. These teasers have been rather vague, but in a recent earnings call, Nvidia stated that it is planning to reach new segments of the market.
It’s possible that Project Beyond is just a codename for the next-gen GPUs, but it seems more likely that this will be a surprise announcement outside of the RTX 40 series.