NVIDIA

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’s G-Sync Display Offers Up 360Hz Refresh Rates
With regular consumer-grade displays, the refresh rates aren’t particularly high because to be honest, not everyone sees the need for it. However, if you’re working professionally or if you’re a gamer, then having higher refresh rates can actually be useful and could also give you a slight advantage.

NVIDIA’s Next-Gen Ampere GPUs Could Be 50% Faster Than Turing
If you’re looking to build your next computer and want to build a gaming rig or a computer for video processing or editing, then you might want to hold off on buying a new GPU just yet. This is because according to a report from Taipei Times, it seems that NVIDIA’s next-gen GPUs could offer up 50% speeds compared to its current-gen models.

NVIDIA’s AI Can Turn 2D Images Into 3D Models
Creating 3D models can be tricky because unlike 2D images which are “flat”, 3D models aren’t and as such, designers need to consider all the various angles of the model. Naturally, this also means that creating 3D models could potentially take a lot longer to build and render compared to 2D.

How To Update Your Computer's GPU Drivers
If you have a game that’s glitching or if videos aren’t playing right or displaying properly, there is a good chance that it could be due to your GPU’s drivers being out of date. This guide will show you how to go about updating them manually in case you don’t have automatic updates enabled.

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NVIDIA Demo Video Shows Why Higher FPS Can Help You Be Better At eSports
Want to get better at eSports? If you do, then you might want to consider investing in a high-end gaming PC that will allow you to play games at a higher frame rate. Now, it might seem a bit superficial that to get good at eSports, you need better hardware, but in a demo video shared by NVIDIA, they are proving that this could be quite an important aspect to […]

LG Brings NVIDIA’s G-Sync To Its 2019 OLED TVs
There are monitors that have been designed specifically for gaming, and as such, they do come with certain features that a regular monitor might not, such as NVIDIA’s G-Sync graphics technology. However, it seems that LG and NVIDIA will be expanding the availability of the G-Sync technology not just to monitors, but to TVs as well.

ASUS’ ProArt StudioBook One Laptop Manages To Pack A $4,000 NVIDIA GPU
Usually when it comes to GPUs in laptops, due mostly to the size, it would be near-impossible to fit a full-sized GPU into it. This usually means that most laptops with discrete GPU options are running a “mobile” version of the GPU, which means that it isn’t as powerful as its desktop counterpart.

NVIDIA’s GeForce Now Cloud Gaming Comes To Android
The problem with gaming is the hardware, in which depending on the type of computer you have, you might not be able to run certain games. This is why many believe that game streaming could be the way of the future, where all the heavy lifting is done in remote servers and all you need is an internet connection to stream it.

Minecraft Will Be Getting A Graphics Update If You Own An NVIDIA RTX GPU
A couple of years ago, the developers of Minecraft announced their plans to upgrade the graphics of the game through a software update. Unfortunately, last week Mojang announced that due to the technical hurdles involved, they would not be able to release the update, which we’re sure is a bit of a bummer for fans of the game.

First AAA Game To Require Ray Tracing GPU Could Ship In 2023
As developers increasingly support ray tracing technology, there will be a time when AAA titles start requiring ray tracing GPUs if the player wants to play them on a PC. That may not happen until a few years, though. According to a prediction by NVIDIA’s Morgan McGuire, that may not happen until 2023.

NVIDIA GeForce RTX GPU Driver Update Adds 30-Bit Color Support
Owners of GeForce RTX GPUs, particularly professionals, will be happy with the announcement that NVIDIA has made today. The company has confirmed it’s going to roll out a new Studio driver update for these GPUs which finally brings support for 30-bit (10bpc) color support in OpenGL applications. This applies for both GeForce and Titan GPUs.

A New NVIDIA Shield TV May Be Launched Soon
It appears that NVIDIA has a new Shield TV in the pipeline. A new version of the device was first spotted in the Play Console device catalog last month, suggesting that NVIDIA might be out with it in the not too distant future. An FCC filing has now been spotted for a device which very well might be the new NVIDIA Shield TV.

AMD Radeon 5700 GPU Prices Cut Ahead Of Release
AMD announced its Navi-based next-generation Radeon RX 5700 and 5700 XT graphics cards just last month. Many were quick to note that the prices didn’t really make them the no-brainer challenger to NVIDIA’s GPUs. However, merely days before their release on July 7th, AMD has decided to cut the prices of its brand new GPUs.

NVIDIA Launches New 'Super' GeForce GTX GPUs
It has been teased for a few months now that new “Super” GTX GPUs will be announced by NVIDIA in the not too distant future. That’s precisely what the company has done today. Super is its new line of faster Turing-based GPUs. The Super-branded GeForce RTX 2080, RTX 2080, and RTX 2060 make up the new series.