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 AI Can Generate Virtual Landscapes Using Real-World Videos
In the past when developers wanted to create virtual landscapes of cities, they would have to create every building individually which can be a long and painstaking process. However it seems that NVIDIA thinks that they might have a way to speed up the process considerably, and that is through the use of AI.

New NVIDIA Drivers Promise 50% Ray Tracing Bump For Battlefield 5
Battlefield 5 players on PC ought to get the new NVIDIA drivers that promise significant ray tracing performance improvements for this title. The latest drivers, 417.22, deliver improvements for Battlefield 5 when ray tracing is enabled. NVIDIA’s new drivers arrive not too long before the title’s own Overture patch that’s due later this month. New NVIDIA Drivers Promise 50% Ray Tracing Performance Gain For Battlefield 5

NVIDIA Titan RTX GPU Arrives For $2,500
NVIDIA teased its flagship consumer GPU, the Titan RTX, not too long ago. The company today officially unveiled this product. It’s a beast of a GPU with a price tag to match. For $2,500, customers get 72 Turing RT and 4,608 CUDA cores as well as 24GB GDDR6 VRAM. That’s a considerable improvement compared to the 68 and 4,352 cores of the RTX 2080 Ti.

NVIDIA RTX 2080 Ti Delisting Rumors Have Little Basis In Fact
It may have taken a few people by surprise when rumors started surfacing over the weekend that the NVIDIA RTX 2080 Ti was not only out of stock but that the product had actually been delisted due to a mass recall. There wasn’t an official statement on the matter which only added to the confusion. However, it’s clear now that the delisting rumors have little basis in fact and that […]

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NVIDIA Acknowledges Some RTX 2080 Ti Boards Are Defective
Back in August, NVIDIA announced new GPUs in the form of the RTX 2080 Ti. Given its asking price of $999, safe to say that this GPU is not cheap and is clearly aimed at professionals and enthusiasts who might require the power and performance that the GPU has to offer. Unfortunately there have been reports of users complaining about the GPU failing on them.

Complaints About NVIDIA's RTX 2080 Ti Failing Pour In
It’s not uncommon for users to experience a few issues with a new product. Their complaints are often amplified on social media and the support forums until the issues are ironed out. There seem to be quite a few complaints about NVIDIA’s RTX 2080 Ti graphics card so far. The cards are reportedly failing at a high rate.

NVIDIA Enables Deeper Integration Of Google Home With Shield
NVIDIA is enabling deeper integration of Google Home with Shield. The device already comes with Assistant but it doesn’t quite have the same features that you would found on other Assistant devices. This deeper integration between the two should address some of the inconsistencies that users have noticed.

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 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.

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.