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Nvidia has unveiled the latest entry in its line of Shield products.
It may not be one of its headline features, but an intriguing rumour concerning Microsoft’s DirectX 12 suggests that users will be able to use wildly different graphics cards in ...
$25,000 is up for grabs at an upcoming Nvidia-organised Hearthstone tournament.
Graphics card giant Nvidia has found itself in legal hot water over what it has now confirmed to be the misleading specifications it released for its GeForce GTX 970 card.
An early look at Microsoft’s DirectX 12 graphics API has shown that AMD graphics cards – and potentially Xbox One – could be in line for a significant performance boost.
Nvidia has revealed the next card in its hugely popular -60 series.
Monitors that support AMD’s refresh rate synchronisation technology should become widely available in 2015.
There’s another streaming games service on the way, this time from Nvidia.
The age of the console is over, according to the boss of the world’s largest PC gaming GPU provider Nvidia.
Assassin’s Creed: Unity, Far Cry 4 and The Crew – those buying a new Nvidia graphics card this Q4 can take their pick.
The new Nvidia GeForce GTX 970 and 980 graphics cards are selling out across the UK.
As expected, two new high-end PC graphics cards have been unveiled by Nvidia.
There won’t be a GTX 800 series range, with Nvidia believed to be preparing to launch its GTX 900 series of graphics cards next month.
Nvidia has set the European launch of its Shield Tablet gaming device for this year’s Gamescom.
Nvidia hopes to expand the niche audience for its Shield Portable gaming handheld with a worldwide release of the new Shield Tablet. MCV catches up with Chris Daniel, senior product ...
Nvidia has announced a new tablet-shaped sibling for its Shield Portable gaming handheld.
Nvidia is rumoured to shortly launch a new Maxwell GM204 GPU which will power at least four new GeForce GTX graphics cards.
The next device in the Nvidia Shield range will be a tablet and not a dedicated portable, reports suggest.
It's a claim we've heard before, but the video below suggests that Nvidia has every right to boast.
The war of words between Nvidia and AMD is getting nasty.
Four of the biggest games heading to PC may well perform better on Nvidia hardware than on AMD.
Nvidia has added some important new functionality to its GeForce Experience software.
Games that integrate Nvidia’s Gameworks development tools are being deliberately restricted on AMD graphics cards, the latter has claimed.
If you have a lot of money and really, really need the absolute best GPU available, today is your lucky day.
The first monitor to include Nvidia’s G-Sync technology as standard is due to hit UK shelves in the next few weeks.