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NVIDIA-HQNVIDIA is a computing company based in Santa Clara, California. The company was founded in 1993 by Jen-Husn-Huang, Chris Malachowsky and Curtis Priem. NVIDIA is known for its graphics chips which started with the RIVA, and later extended to the GeForce that has evolved to what most people know today. Desktop GPUs are split between GeForce (consumers) and Quadro+Tesla (Workstations) while mobile GPUs are integrated into the Tegra line of product.


NVIDIA Encourages Retailers To Sell GPUs To Gamers, Not Miners

01/19/2018, As you might know, mining for cryptocurrency requires the miner to own a rig that a fair amount of processing power, which is why in recent times we are seeing inflated prices of GPUs on the secondhand market, where sellers know that miners will need the...

NVIDIA Teams Up With Uber And VW On Self-Driving Cars

01/08/2018, The self-driving car arena continues to see new partnerships being inked between traditional car manufacturers and tech companies. NVIDIA has confirmed a new partnership with ride-hailing service Uber and auto giant Volkswagen to further the development...

NVIDIA Announces 65-inch 4K 120Hz Gaming Displays

01/08/2018, [CES 2018] While we expected that companies like LG, Samsung, Sony, Sharp, and so on to announce new display technology at CES 2018, NVIDIA actually surprised us when they have announced their own displays as well. Working together with various hardware...


NVIDIA Will Soon End 32-Bit OS Support

12/24/2017, Even though 64-bit systems have become the norm, there are still many people and organizations that are using legacy machines with 32-bit operating systems. It’s not avoidable for some people as they have to run 16-bit or 32-bit applications that...

Nintendo To Bring Games Onto The NVIDIA SHIELD In China

12/05/2017, When it comes to protecting their intellectual property, Nintendo can be rather particular about that, such as creating programs that YouTubers need to be part of in order to post videos on Nintendo games. The company also for the longest time ever...

NVIDIA Releases New Graphics Cards For Star Wars Fans

11/07/2017, Star Wars fans who love having powerful GPUs in their machines can now combine their two passions together by splurging on NVIDIA’s new graphics cards. The company today announced the launch of its Light and Dark-Side Collector’s Edition Titan...

NVIDIA GeForce Now Beta Is Live For Mac Users

10/16/2017, There is a common perception that Mac computers weren’t designed to play games. While Mac computers do come with some pretty good hardware, let’s face it, it clearly was not designed for the hardcore gamer in mind. Sure, the higher-end iMacs and...

NVIDIA Shield TV Gets Google Assistant

09/28/2017, NVIDIA is rolling out a new firmware update today for its Shield TV set-top box. It has released version 6.0 of the software for this device. One of the new features is Google Assistant. Google’s artificial intelligence-powered virtual assistant can...

New NVIDIA Shield TV With Remote Launched

09/21/2017, If you’ve been meaning to purchase a NVIDIA Shield TV but the $199.99 price tag has been preventing you from it, NVIDIA today launched a new option for those who want to save a bit of money. NVIDIA has launched a new model today. This particular...

NVIDIA Recalls European Wall Adapter For Its SHIELD Tablets And TVs

08/11/2017, Given what a disaster the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 was for the company last year, what with the batteries exploding and causing fires, we’re sure that many tech companies are now being extra cautious when it comes to trying to avoid similar incidents with...

NVIDIA Announces New Titan And Quadro External GPU Solutions

07/31/2017, There are many valid arguments that one could make about how desktops might be better than laptops when it comes to productivity. For example a better cooling system, larger display, the ability to upgrade components easily, and so on. However there are...

NVIDIA AI-Assisted Ray-Tracing To Boost Creative Process

07/31/2017, At SIGGRAPH 2017 NVIDIA is demonstrating its Artificial-Intelligence assisted rendering ray-tracing tool called OptiX (5.0) which the company claims can give NVIDIA’s DGX workstation a rendering capability equivalent to 150 CPU-based servers. Optix 5.0...