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NVIDIA RTX 2070 Release Confirmed For October 17th
With launch preparations for the GeForce RTX 2080 and RTX 2080 Ti out of the way, NVIDIA is now focusing on the GeForce RTX 2070. Benchmarks of this graphics card are yet to arrive but it’s evidently going to be a powerful option for those in the market for a new card. NVIDIA has confirmed that the more affordable GeForce RTX 2070 will be released on October 17th.

NVIDIA To Reveal 'Spectacular Surprises' At GeForce Event Next Month
Gamescom 2018, the world’s biggest gaming expo, will take place next month in Cologne, Germany. NVIDIA is planning to host an event during Gamescom 2018. The company says that “GeForce will loom large” at the expo and NVIDIA will have its own booth there in addition to its off-site GeForce Gaming Celebration which starts on August 20th.

How To Use Nvidia Ansel
Nvidia Ansel is an innovative in-game “photo” capture application, introduced to add more flexibility and variety of taking in-game screenshots. This ground-breaking technology by Nvidia, not only allows you to take 360° panoramic snaps but also offers the privilege to capture high-dynamic range (HDR) as well as Super-Resolution images. It has also been engineered to make various adjustments and use various filters for your snaps to further enrich your experience. […]

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Launch Expected In March
Many expected NVIDIA to make some GPU-related announcements at the Consumer Electronics Show 2017 in Las Vegas but AMD hogged the spotlight with its unveiling of the Vega graphics processor. It appears that NVIDIA decided not to get bogged down in the CES news cycle so the latest reports are suggesting that its next-generation GeForce GTX 1080 Ti graphics card might be released in early March. NVIDIA is expected to […]


GeForce GTX 1080, 1070, 1060: Three New Pascal Mobile GPUs
After a highly successful launch of its Pascal architecture on desktop PCs, NVIDIA has announced a salvo of three new GPUs for laptops. The company said that this is the biggest performance leap it has experienced on laptops, and the reason is crystal clear: these GPUs are practically the same ones as the desktop versions, with small differences in the number of cores and clocks. The Differences are small enough […]

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 Ups The Ante For $249 GPUs
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 confirm that. From the technical specifications, we estimate that this is probably true.

GeForce GTX 1080 Gives Amazing Performance, At Consumer Prices
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 amplitude of this effect will vary from generation to generation, but it’s fair to say that the NVIDIA Pascal GPU architecture does this exceptionally […]

DOOM Looks Absolutely Bonkers On NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080
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 bus with up to 2,560 cores on the GTX 1080. Simply put, they offer exceptional performance, so it’s no surprise to see that DOOM looks absolutely bonkers […]

GeForce Experience Share Beta Released
NVIDIA’s GeForce Experience certainly picked up a boost earlier this week, thanks to the rollout of the Share early access beta. This particular beta will enable one to enjoy new tools that lets you share your game with friends, where it also comes with an in-game overlay which enables one to access video capture alongside Twitch streaming, built-in YouTube uploads, as well as GameStream Co-Op (which has seen some features […]

GeForce Experience Share Beta Reveals More Co-Op Features
It looks like NVIDIA’s GeForce Experience software will be on the receiving end of a particular update, where it will greatly enhance the co-op experience, if you are into the world of co-operative gaming, that is. Just what will this particular update deliver? It will offer something that is known as GameStream Co-op, and in this particular feature, you can pipe your game’s audio, video and controls to a friend […]

GeForce GTX 950: Impressive & Optimized For MOBA Gaming
NVIDIA has just launched its new GeForce GTX 950, a graphics chip which will power graphics cards priced around $150. It is pitched as being a good upgrade for current users of the popular GeForce GTX 650 which sells today for about $105-$120. While both cards sit in the same price range, the bump in performance is remarkable. I met with NVIDIA’s Tom Petersen for a hands-on demo of the […]

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960 Aims For Mid-Range GPU Supremacy
NVIDIA has just launched its mid-range line of chips based on the company’s Maxwell Architecture. We have discussed Maxwell abundantly already, but if you missed it, it’s a graphics processor (GPU) architecture that doubled the Performance/Watt ratio when compared to previous generation NVIDIA GPUs, which were already quite good. With NVIDIA’s Maxwell, it is possible to push the performance to higher levels at any given power level, or decrease power […]

SYBER Vapor Extreme Console Features New GeForce GTX 980 Graphics Card
We all know that NVIDIA made waves yesterday with their spanking new GeForce GTX980 graphics card, and here we are with SYBER being first off the blocks to deliver the Vapor Xtreme gaming console. SYBER is a division of custom computer manufacturer CYBERPOWERPC, and their Vapor Xtreme gaming console will be dead fast – thanks to the all-new NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 graphics card. In fact, by virtue of having […]

NVIDIA Geforce GTX 980 + GTX 970: Beyond The Hardware Specs
After leaking for a number of weeks, the NVIDIA new desktop GPUs have made it to the official list: the Geforce GTX 970 and GeForce GTX 980 cards are out and priced respectively at $329 and $549 (MSRP). Both are what’s commonly called “performance kickers”, which means that NVIDIA has worked on key metrics that would make them better products, namely higher performance per dollar, and higher performance per watt, […]