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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 Releases VR Funhouse and Ansel Virtual Camera

07/14/2016, Last week, the word was out the VR Funhouse, a game created by NVIDIA would make its way to Steam, for free. It is officially out now. VR Funhouse is a compilation of relatively simple, but fun, games. The app was demonstrated to a (relatively) small...

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 Ups The Ante For $249 GPUs

07/07/2016, NVIDIA has launched yet another graphics chip and cards based on the NVIDIA Pascal architecture: the GeForce GTX 1060. It is designed to roughly provide the same performance as the GeForce GTX 980, although we’ll wait for independent benchmarks tests to...

Latest NVIDIA Shield TV Update Brings Plex, 4K, And HDR Support

06/29/2016, NVIDIA today released the version 3.2 update for its Shield Android TV set-top box and it’s an update that many users had been waiting for. It brings a handful of new features for the device, including but not limited to the ability to function as a...

NVIDIA Shield Box Will Soon Double As Plex Media Server

06/09/2016, Plex has announced today that it will soon be possible to use an NVIDIA Shield Android TV box as a full Plex media server, it’s going to be a great addition to devices that can be used as Plex media servers, these include network attached storage...

NVIDIA Definitely “Not Interested” In Building Smartphones SoCs

06/04/2016, At Computex 2016, NVIDIA’s CEO Jen-Hsun Huang (“Jensen”) has shown the company’s latest products to a small media audience. The products had already been launched in the weeks leading to Computex and we now know that the GeForce GTX 1080 has seen...

ASUS Unveils The ROG Strix Geforce GTX 1080 GPU

05/27/2016, It was just earlier this month that the folks at NVIDIA took the wraps off their latest GPU, the GTX 1080 which not only offers up amazing performance, but at a price that makes it more accessible to gamers. Now as is the case with most GPUs, the decision...

LTE NVIDIA SHIELD Finally Gets Android 6.0.1 Update

05/24/2016, NVIDIA sent out the very first Android Marshmallow update for the SHIELD Tablet last year. After releasing said update for the SHIELD K1 it said that the original SHIELD tablet is going to get the update early next year. As promised, it did release the...

Computex 2016 Dates + Products To Expect

05/17/2016, Computex 2016 will be held from May 31 to June 4 in Taipei, Taiwan. The main exhibition will happen at the Taipei World Trade Center Exhibition Center Hall 1 (+Hall 3) and the Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center. Check the official Computex 2016 site. Over...

New NVIDIA Shield Tablet Spotted

05/12/2016, It appears that NVIDIA might have a new Shield tablet in the pipeline because one seems to have been spotted in the company’s recent FCC filings, these filings often give us a glimpse of upcoming devices so it’s not at all surprising to see...

GeForce GTX 1080 Gives Amazing Performance, At Consumer Prices

05/09/2016, When a new GPU architecture appears on the market, it typically does a few things: First, it will bring a new level of performance. Secondly, it will do it at a better power envelope and finally, it will do so at a much better price/performance ratio. The...

DOOM Looks Absolutely Bonkers On NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080

05/09/2016, NVIDIA recently announced its latest generation of graphics cards, the GeForce GTX 1080 and 1070, both graphics cards have a 16nm GPU as opposed to the 28nm Maxwell GPUs in the previous generation. The cards also have Micro GDDR5X memory with a 256-bit...

NVIDIA Simultaneous Multi-Projection For Correct Surround Views

05/06/2016, NVIDIA’s latest GPU architecture called Pascal supports a feature called Simultaneous Multi-Projection. It is designed to handle up to 16 display devices with the idea that they will form a surround viewport. A 3-monitor setup is quite common, but you...