Move aside, limited edition Cyberpunk 2077 RTX 2080 Ti. In honour of the Graphics Technology Conference (GTC) in San Jose this March, Nvidia is giving away one free Nvidia Titan RTX graphics card to a lucky winner. All you have to do to enter is let the green team know which GTC topic inspires you and why. Easy.
To enter the giveaway, you’ll need to head over to the GTC 2020 topics list and decide which one inspires you the most. There’s a range of topics to pick from, including: astrophysics, cybersecurity, deep learning, VFX graphics, and, of course, real-time ray tracing. That last one gets our vote – we’re suckers for shiny things.
Once you’re done deciding what gets you riled up (in a good way), head over to Twitter and fire your favourite, and reasons why, into the void using the hashtags: #deeplearning and #GTC20. Also make sure to @NVIDIA in the process, too. Following all that, you’ll need to retweet the contest tweet below from the official Nvidia Twitter account.
The contest is open until March 27, 2020, and is available to residents of the following countries: Argentina, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada (excluding the Province of Quebec), Colombia, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, Hungary, Japan, Mexico, New Zealand, Norway, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Singapore, South Korea, Spain, Switzerland, Taiwan, The Netherlands, United Kingdom, The United States of America (excluding Puerto Rico and its other territories and possessions).
The GPU Technology Conference in Silicon Valley is coming up. Tweet the event topic inspiring you, and why, with #deeplearning #GTC20 @NVIDIA for a chance to win an NVIDIA TITAN RTX! Check out the topics at https://t.co/I6KmWU0rsb. Contest rules: https://t.co/CnsnzFbmXk pic.twitter.com/8YueACrooO
— NVIDIA (@nvidia) February 20, 2020
The Titan RTX rules the roost when it comes to Nvidia RTX Turing graphics cards, and it’s more than enough for high-fidelity triple-A ray-traced gaming. However, with a list price of $2,500, and with 4,608 CUDA Cores, the Titan RTX is built for a little more than gaming. Don’t let it go to waste, okay?
A full breakdown of the contest rules can be found here.