Everyone\u2019s talking about Nvidia Corp\u2019s (Quote, Chart NASDAQ:NVDA) new graphics processing unit, the GeForce RTX 2000 Series GPU. This includes portfolio manager Kim Bolton of Black Swan Dexteritas, who says that the new gaming tech handily makes up for Nvidia\u2019s losses on the cryptocurrency side. Semiconductor company Nvidia unveiled its new GeForce RTX 2080 Ti series last week, which is expected to be industry-leading in the lucrative gaming sector. \u201cComputer graphics will never be the same again,\u201d said CEO Jensen Huang at the annual Gamescom conference in Germany. Writing for Forbes, Anshel Sag of Moor Insights & Strategy concurs, saying that with the spread of augmented and virtual reality as well as the rest of the XR spectrum, there comes more capacity for more complex and high-resolution displays and 3D models, making Nvidia\u2019s next-generation card the new consumer standard. \u201cNVIDIA\u2019s RTX series is perhaps ahead of its time, but that hasn\u2019t stopped NVIDIA in the past,\u201d says Sag. \u201cJust look at technologies like CUDA and the GPU which fundamentally changed high-performance computing. I believe that NVIDIA\u2019s inclusion of RT Cores and Tensor Cores has the potential to be equally transformative.\u201d The news comes as Nvidia\u2019s share price has rebounded well over the past week from a mid-August earnings report which saw investors drop the stock due to falling revenue in its sales of graphics chips to cryptocurrency miners. And while the languishing price for cryptos like bitcoin and ether have put a chill on miners\u2019 expansion plans, the future looks bright for Nvidia, nonetheless, says Bolton. \u201cThere\u2019s a lot of volatility around this,\u201d says Bolton, in conversation with BNN Bloomberg. \u201cWhen they announced their earnings recently, traded down considerably to the low $250s, and the main reason for that is that their cryptocurrency business went from a year ago $250 million in revenue and they reported this year $18 million.\u201d (All figures in US dollars.) \u201cAnd so everyone thought that the air was coming out of it, however, that is being picked up by the gaming side,\u201d he says. \u201cAnd then they recently came out with this GE Force and there are three versions to it that actually have this new technology that makes it more realistic, has better latency for their GPUs, and that\u2019s precisely why it has lifted from that $255 up to $276.\u201d Earlier this month, Wells Fargo Securities made news by raising its rating two slots for Nvidia, from underperform to outperform, while raising its price target from S140 to $315, all on the strength of the company\u2019s artificial intelligence and cloud computing segments.