Entries in 'nvidia' (75)
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.
Graphics card specialist Nvidia has teamed up with PC case manufacturer Bitfenix to offer a range of compact performance gaming PCs.
Nvidia and Ubisoft’s close relationship has led to another graphics card bundle offer.
Ubisoft has silenced any niggling doubts regarding the visual prowess of Watch Dogs with a new video of the PC version in action.
The high-end graphics card market has just been redefined.
The PC version of Titanfall will at some stage be adding 4K resolution support to the mix.
There’s a host of new gaming bundles available to customers who splash out on Nvidia’s top hardware.
Despite the perceived decline in the PC games market, graphics cards shipments were up two per cent in Q4 2013.
Having been surpassed by the Radeon R9 290X and GTX 780Ti, the Nvidia Titan is staging a big comeback.
Graphics card maker Nvidia has unveiled the new GTX 750Ti – and the headline is it can outperform an Xbox One.
Nvidia yesterday introduced the first graphics cards to incorporate its new Maxwell GPU architecture – the Geforce GTX 750 and Geforce GTX 750 Ti.
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A rumoured successor to Nvidia’s Titan graphics card – the Titan Black – has been listed by an online store.
The viability of a new free alternative to Nvidia’s new variable refresh rate tech G-Sync has been questioned by the PC hardware firm.
Nvidia insists players shouldn’t limit their decision between the PS4 and Xbox One when choosing their next gaming device.
There’s a new graphics card daddy in town.
The two latest competitors into what has turned out to be a very ‘heated’ battle in the PC graphics card market have at last been detailed.
The new Nvidia GeForce GTX 780Ti will have an RRP of around $699, likely translating to £500-£550 in the UK.
The veil has finally been lifted on AMD’s Radeon R9 290X graphics card.
There are already a host of gameplay recording options open to PC owners, but Nvidia is bringing its own offering to the table.