Origin's new HTPCs can accommodate 4K gaming with 3-way SLI using NVIDIA's GeForce GTX 960.
Tells punters to wait for next driver update Nvidia has given in to furious gamers who were outraged by the firm's seemingly perplexing decision to prevent GeForce GTX 900M devices from overclocking.…
Following a flood of complaints, false advertising claims, and the beginnings of a class-action lawsuit, Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang has issued an official statement on the GeForce GTX 970.Click To Continue Reading
The much-awaited NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 Ti, touted as "the most advanced graphics processing unit," will not be available for release until 2016, according to recent reports.
After several months of disagreement between gamers and Nvidia, a class action lawsuit has been filed against the hardware developer. The suit alleges Nvidia misled customers regarding its GeForce GTX 970 video card.Click To Continue Reading
For those unfamiliar with the plight of the PC master race, there has been an ongoing debacle surrounding NVIDIA's GeForce GTX 970 video card. Users have been complaining that the advertised performance hasn't been up to snuff. As is...Show More Summary
It's a feature, no a bug, no, a feature, no, a bug Laptop-wielding gamers are up in arms over a driver update from Nvidia, which disables overclocking in the company's gaming-laptop-targeted GeForce GTX 900M devices.…
Nvidia's Maxwell architecture runs relatively cool, but that didn't stop Inno3D. Its iChill GeForce GTX 980 and 970 Ultra cards vaunt a massive triple-slot cooler with four fans. If nothing else, these things should run relatively cool despite their healthy factory overclocks.
The 2013 Razer Blade was a great gaming system with a not so great display. For 2014, Razer outfitted the Blade with a Sharp IGZO 3200x1800 display, as well as a faster GPU. The GeForce GTX 870M was a pretty potent graphics card, and the improved display made the Blade one of the best Windows laptops around. Show More Summary
Your browser does not support the video tag. NVIDIA continues to shit the bed concerning the controversy around its GeForce GTX 970 video card. The company claims due to a miscommunication between the engineering and the media teams,...Show More Summary
This update brings many changes to my recommendations, with the new Nvidia Geforce GTX 960, price cuts to AMD R7 250X, 260X, 265, R9 290X and much more!
It's got a 2.5GHz Core i7 processor, 16GB of RAM, and a 4GB GeForce GTX 860M.
Over the weekend we reported on a statement released by NVIDIA regarding recent concern over unusual VRAM allocation and VRAM bandwidth performance from the GeForce GTX 970. In brief, various GTX 970 owners had observed that the GTXShow More Summary
Introduced last September, Nvidia's Maxwell-based GeForce GTX 970 and GTX 980 delivered twice the performance per watt of their Kepler equivalents on top of bringing support for Microsoft's upcoming DirectX 12 API as well as other new features such as Nvidia Voxel Global Illumination ( VXGI ), Multi-Frame sampled AA ( MFAA ), and Dynamic Super Resolution (DSR). Read more...
On our forums and elsewhere over the past couple of weeks there has been quite a bit of chatter on the subject of VRAM allocation on the GeForce GTX 970. To quickly summarize a more complex issue, various GTX 970 owners had observedShow More Summary
Nvidia's GeForce GTX 970 took no prisoners, reshaping the high-end desktop graphics market by outperforming both AMD's R9 290 and its top-end 290X, brutally under-cutting both with an excellent price-point. Its only drawback? At around...Show More Summary
Nvidia has pulled back the curtain on its latest Maxwell graphics card, the GeForce GTX 960. Unlike previous cards packing the company’s latest GPU architecture, this is an entry level offering, coming in at just US$199... Continue Reading...Show More Summary
NVIDIA launches yet another graphics processor, and it looks like a winner.
Editor's Note: Due to personal matters we won’t have a GeForce GTX 960 review published today. But in lieu of that we wanted to go over the basics of NVIDIA’s latest Maxwell card With the launch of their first Maxwell GPUs just under a year ago, NVIDIA has by all accounts set themselves up on a solid trajectory for this generation of video cards. Show More Summary