The Santa Clara, Calif., chipmaker will hold its event at 8 p.m. PT on Sunday at the Cosmopolitan hotel and casino in Las Vegas. CNET's Eric Franklin, James Martin, and I will bring you all the live news, photos, and commentary starting about 30 minutes before the event.
The company likely will talk up the new generation of Tegra,at its press conference Sunday. In March, Nvidia said the Logan chip would incorporate its Kepler GPU, graphics technology that has dominated the discrete GPU market. It also would include CUDA, Nvidia's programming model for GPUs that allows users to do many tasks at once, the company said at the time. Overall, that should give Logan a nice graphics boost over its Tegra 4 predecessor.
Tegra may be struggling in smartphones, but it's having more success in other products such as automobiles. Nvidia has formed partnerships with many companies, including Tesla, Audi, and BMW. The company should talk about its efforts in that area during its press conference.
Also expect Nvidia to address its core user base -- gamers. No new devices, such as a Shield 2, are expected at the show, but Nvidia always could have a few tricks up its sleeve. The