NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti Release Shifted To September 27th

NVIDIA announced its latest GPUs during its Gamescom event in August. The GeForce RTX 2080 and RTX 2080 Ti are the new graphics cards that are compatible with the company’s new overclocking tool that simplifies the entire process into a one-click operation. The new graphics cards were set to go on sale come September 20th but the release has been pushed back for at least one of them.


NVIDIA Scanner Will Make GPU Overclocking Simpler

NVIDIA has introduced a new tool which will make it simpler for customers to overclock its upcoming 20-series GPUs that are going to start shipping next week. The NVIDIA Scanner tool aims to eliminate the trial and error phase from the process of overclocking, bringing one-click overclocking to customers.


Latest NVIDIA Shield Update Brings In-Game Voice Chat Support

NVIDIA is now rolling out the Shield Experience Update version 7.1 which brings a couple of new features. The company points out that this is the 20th software upgrade that it has released ever since the Shield TV was launched back in 2015. One of the new features that this update brings is in-game voice chat support.


Raytraced Battlefield V Footage On GeForce RTX 2080 Ti Leaked

It was reported a couple of days ago that Battlefield V might support NVIDIA’s RTX Ray Tracing technology. It’s the new real-time cinematic quality rendering technique that NVIDIA introduced at GDC several weeks ago. Some leaked footage from the Battlefield V alpha has added fuel to the fire as it apparently shows Raytraced footage powered by NVIDIA’s GeForce RTX 2080 Ti graphics card.


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NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070, 2080, 2080 Ti GPUs Officially Unveiled

The other day it was reported that NVIDIA was gearing up to launch new GPUs, and sure enough for those who were excited at the prospect, NVIDIA has officially announced their latest RTX GPUs. These GPUs come in the form of the NVIDIA GeForce RTS 2070, 2080., and the 2080 Ti.


Battlefield V May Support NVIDIA RTX Ray Tracing Technology

NVIDIA unveiled its new real-time cinematic quality rendering technique at GDC a few weeks ago. The company’s RTX Ray Tracing technology is powered by film quality algorithms and new GameWorks SDK modules. It will allow developers to ray trace ambient occlusion effects, glossy reflections and shadows in their engines and games. According to a new report, Battlefield V might support the RTX Ray Tracing technology.


NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Specs Will Appeal To Gamers

NVIDIA hinted earlier this week that it may announce a new set of graphics cards at Gamescom. A new report brings us the purported GeForce RTX 2080 specs, which if accurate, will certainly appeal to gamers. The report also mentions that NVIDIA won’t just be unveiling the RTX 2080 at the event, it will also unveil the high-performance RTX 2080 ti variant at the same time.


NVIDIA Testing Shield TV App With Virtual Keyboard And Remote

NVIDIA is seemingly going to make it easier to control your Shield TV with a smartphone. The company has developed a new Shield TV app for smartphones. It means that NVIDIA has finally heard customers who wanted to have a mobile app to control this device even though it ships with a physical remote. The app hasn’t been released as yet but enough evidence has surfaced to reveal that it’s […]


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.


NVIDIA Shield Gets The Full-Fledged GeForce Now Service

NVIDIA’s GeForce Now streaming service lets users stream games on their PC and Mac. The company offered a similar service with the same name for its Shield set-top box as well but it didn’t offer the full experience like it did on PCs. The company said last month that it would upgrade the GeForce Now service for the device in the coming months and that update has been announced today. […]


NVIDIA May Unveil GeForce GTX 1180 Next Month

The existing generation of NVIDIA’s GeForce gaming GPUs was launched a couple of years ago and there have been reports recently that the company might launch its next generation of GPUs in the near future. According to a new report, the GeForce GTX 11 Series may be unveiled by NVIDIA next month.


NVIDIA Shield TV Oreo Update Rolling Out For All Users

NVIDIA first released the Shield Experience 7.0 update for the Shield TV a couple of weeks ago. This firmware update brings Android 8.0 Oreo to the set-top box. However, the company had to stop the release due to multiple issues. It has taken a few weeks to fix those issues and NVIDIA has now confirmed that it’s rolling out the update for all Shield Android TV users.


NVIDIA’s Turing-Based GPUs To Seed By Early September

Some reports have already suggested that NVIDIA’s next-generation graphics processors, based on its Turing architecture, will be released towards the end of the third quarter of 2018. A new report today claims that the company will begin seeding the next-generation GeForce GPUs to its Add-in-Board partners either by late August or early September.


NVIDIA’s AI Can Create Convincing Slow Motion Videos

When done right, slow motion footage can be very dramatic and interesting to watch. Some OEMs as now billing the ability to take good slow motion footage as one of the USPs of their handsets and with good reason. It requires substantial processing power and large memories which are primarily found on high-end devices. However, NVIDIA has a new solution which can make it easier for smartphones of the future […]