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Nvidia ups the game once again with new GTX Titan XP

Just over a month after lifting the lid on the GTX 1080 Ti PC graphics card, Nvidia has already toppled it from the top of the pack with an even faster GPU. The GTX Titan XP houses a full version of the GP102 chipset that has to date only been …

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Nvidia has officially announced the GTX 1080 Ti

The last GPU in Nvidia’s Pascal family has finally been announced. The GTX 1080 Ti looks not only to be a Titan X beater, but also offer a significant jump over the existing GTX 1080. In fact, Nvidia estimates a performance gain of some 35 per cent, which is better …

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Could Nvidia’s revamped GeForce Now be the new Netflix for gaming?

Nvidia has announced its GeForce Now streaming service will be getting a complete makeover this March, coming to both Mac and PC for the first time. This potentially paves the way for lapsed PC gamers and Mac users to play the latest releases without the hassle and expense of owning …

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Nintendo Switch won’t be as powerful as the PS4, report claims

The graphics on Nintendo’s Switch won’t be as good as even those found on the now three-year-old PS4. That’s according to VentureBeat, which reports that two sources have told it that Switch will be built using Nvidia’s last-generation Maxwell architecture and not its new Pascal design, as the latter is …

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Nvidia: Switch is unlike anything you’ve played before

Components manufacturer Nvidia has spoken in revolutionary terms about Nintendo’s in-development Switch console. Nvidia is supplying the innards for the machine, which currently has a global release date of March. We’ve worked with them now for almost two years. Several hundred engineering years have gone into the development of this …

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Nvidia promises true desktop power in new laptop range

Desktop-level gaming in the convenience of a laptop – that’s the pitch of a new line of Nvidia components than can now be found in a range of manufacturer laptops. Ars Technica reports that companies such as MSI, Lenovo, Asus, Razer and Alienware have begun to offer hardware that now …

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