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NVIDIA has been a behemoth in the gaming PC business for a long time, with every generation of graphics card they release new features...
Today FutureMark, best known for their series of 3DMark benchmarking tools unveiled a new Benchmark aimed at testing the new features introduced by NVIDIA's latest...
NVIDIA kicked off CES 2019 with expansive plans to bring its new Turing architecture to more users in 2019. Speaking to nearly a thousand people...
NVIDIA has unveiled their newest graphical card monster during the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco. The GeForce GTX 1080 Ti promises to perform significantly better than the Titan X and also outperforms the regular 1080. The catch? There's none, since the Ti will be available for a much lower price.
Last night, NVIDIA held an event to announce the latest in their GTX GPU series and oh boy is it a corker. The GTX 1080 is faster than the Titan X and launches May 17 for around £450.
The Oculus Rift and the HTC Vive have arrived and it's looking like Virtual Reality is here to stay, so while we scowl at the thought of building an expensive system to experience being lost in outer space, this post should hopefully help you decide which graphics card is right for you.
[CES 2016] - Despite CES being known for its wealth of gadgetry and home computing, it's quickly becoming the place to hear about the latest in vehicular technology, whether it's self-driving cars, collision detection, and other tech-based features, chances are there's something being shown at CES. The latest to jump on that trend is NVIDIA.
[CES 2016] - NVIDIA has today revealed details of a new program that'll tell consumers whether a system is VR Ready, as well as revealing which of its hardware it expects to be suited to a VR ready rig, and guess what, you may need a bank loan.
If you've got a PC powerful enough to handle Rainbow Six Siege as well as an NVIDIA GTX graphics card, then you're in for a treat.
I'd love to have been a fly on the wall in this board meeting. Apparently someone thought it would be a clever idea to throw a living room out of a plane in order to promote the new NVIDIA Shield.
I'm a console gamer, I always have been and despite now owning a fairly up-to-date (in terms of hardware) gaming PC, I likely always will be. But being in this industry there are a lot of things I've wanted to play, but just couldn't due to hardware constraints. So time to upgrade my AMD Athalon II desktop PC to something a little more robust.
Last year, Nvidia released its Shield tablet, badged as the ultimate gaming tablet. However, in a press release from Nvidia this week, a recall...
NVIDIA has today unveiled the new Shield console, and this time it's not another portable number, instead it's a $300 Android TV box that can play games at 4K resolution. The set-top box was announced during NVIDIA's press conference at GDC this morning and will be powered by NVIDIA's Tegra X1 processor, and uses Google's Android OS and the new Android TV platform to not only offer a better-than-cable service, but also to allow video game streaming from NVIDIA's new Grid+ service.
False advertisement is the reason that landed Nvidia with a class action lawsuit redgarding the advertising of their GeForce GTX 970 graphics card, which...
Mobile processors are not only getting smaller, they're getting more powerful, but how powerful can a mobile chip really get? Well if NVIDIA's announcement at CES this week is anything to go by, their latest Tegra X1 chip harnesses an entire teraflop of computing power.
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