As of mid-December, Game Ready drivers will no longer be downloadable from the Nvidia website.
So you might have heard that Nvidia released the GeForce GTX Titan X video card yesterday. It's the fastest single-GPU card on the planet (though not the fastest single card, because of the dual GPUs in the Titan Z and the Radeon R9 295X2). Maybe most people would be satisfied with the benchmarks of a single Titan X, but we're not most people.
Nvidia is reportedly taking another run at the living room with a device that will bring PC games to HD televisions.
The green side of the graphics card divide are today releasing a new driver that aims to grab a little more gaming performance back for their GPUs.The new release, named 337.50, is available today, and has been designed to make the existing DirectX 11 API much more efficient for Nvidia.
In addition to revealing the $3000 Titan Z, CEO Jen-Hsun Huang updated Nvidia's graphics architecture roadmap with a first look at the Pascal GPU.
Nvidia is planning a renewed assault on the gaming notebook market with its GeForce GTX 800M GPUs, with extended battery life billed as a key feature.
The GTX 750 Ti may still be rocking the same 700 series badge, but it's a new generation of graphics silicon.
There's a big showdown happening in the world of affordable graphics cards this week., an important battleground.
Maxwell will be the first time Nvidia launches new graphics architecture without housing it in a top-end graphics card.
Asus are planning to expand their Republic of Gamers line-up with two new high-end Nvidia cards - The Poseidon GTX 780 and the GTX 780 Ti DirectCU II. The Poseidon will add a hybrid cooling solution to the GK 110 GPU at the core of the standard GTX 780.
As the world and their virtual wives get all giddy about AMD-based mini-PCs from Sony and Microsoft, Nvidia sets up to compete against consoles.
Nvidia announced they’re hoping to spoil the AMD party by dropping a bomb on the gathered press out in Montreal last week: the GeForce GTX 780 Ti.
The standard display refresh rate is 60Hz—that's 60 images per second—but fancy GPUs can render way more than 60 frames per second.
Update: Well, that didn't take long. Activision's support Twitter account has just confirmed that these specs are not official. Original story follows inside. While it's not official, the likely PC requirements for Call of Duty: Ghosts have been posted on Nvidia's website. The minimum requirements are pretty friendly to those without giant rigs, but a slight step up from previous CoDs given
It's finally summer - or something like it - and that means its time to find brilliant reasons to stay inside and order tiny spacemen about. That's why we're giving away a bundle of StarCraft II collectors' editions and a NVidia GeForce card with PC Gamer UK issue 252, on shelves now.