I've been having a torrid love affair with skinny gaming notebooks for several years now. Recently, each one I've tried has had one thing in common — Nvidia's GeForce GTX 765M graphics. MSI's GS60 Ghost is the first super slim gaming notebook to utilize Nvidia's 800m mobile graphics line, and it's made a massive difference. Read more...
“Pursue the silent-0dB gaming environment,” exclaims the marketing banner. Indeed, Palit's looking to provide all the performance of Nvidia's relatively powerful GeForce GTX 750 family graphics chips with none of the fan noise attached to most implementations.
Origin's new 15.6-inch gaming notebook is equipped with an Nvidia GeForce GTX 870M GPU and an Intel Haswell processor in a slim case.
By Sexton Equity Analysis: The Current Picture Following a stellar fourth quarter and subsequent jump in stock price, eyes have been on Nvidia (NVDA) and its actions revolving the expansion of its GPU business. With GeForce GTX revenues...Show More Summary
Like many before them, Asus has taken a stab at making their own Steam Machine, and from the spec end, it seems they've hit a pretty good mark. Boasting an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750Ti graphics card, Intel Core i7 processor, and Windows 8.1, the ROG GR8 seems pretty beastly at first glance. Show More Summary
Briefly: There’s no shortage of Steam Machines going on sale, but ASUS’s newly announced GR8 seems, well, great: it only takes up 2.5 litres of space, yet packs a Core i7 chip, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750Ti, 4K output and Miracast support. That sounds like a portable console PC to us. More »
There's no shortage of Steam Machines going on sale, but ASUS's newly announced GR8 seems, well, great: it only takes up 2.5 liters of space, yet packs a Core i7 chip, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750Ti, 4K output and Miracast support. That sounds like a portable console PC to us. Read more...
Nvidia is preparing to launch the previously announced GeForce GTX Titan Z. It costs three grand. Roughly $2 for each of its 5,760 CUDA cores or $250 for each gig of its 12GB GDDR5 VRAM. This is not a product for normal human consumption, of course, unless you are a lunatic or think your four door sedan could use a jet engine.
Back in March at GTC 2014, NVIDIA announced their forthcoming flagship dual-GPU video card, the GeForce GTX Titan Z. Based on a pair of fully enabled GK110 GPUs, NVIDIA was shooting to deliver around twice the performance of a single...Show More Summary
The Taiwanese company's new video card, based on Nvidia's latest GPU design, boasts sizable factory-overclocking and a large cooler. It also undergoes “server level” durability testing before arriving in your hands.
You might recall that we recently rounded up a collection of NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 Ti graphics cards and put them through a gauntlet of benchmarks and tests. Each of the cards represented brought something unique to the table and stood out in some way, but curiously missing from the bunch was an entry from ASUS. Not to worry -- we didn't...
Thinking about picking up a new graphics card? Nvidia your style? Starting today and continuing "for a limited time," purchase any qualifying GeForce GTX graphics card to receive a free code for Watch Dogs, redeemable via Ubisoft's Uplay store. Show More Summary
Watch Dogs developer Ubisoft has teamed up with Nvidia to offer free a PC copy of the game to anyone who upgrades their graphics card. 10 recent models are included in the deal, including the Nvidia GeForce GTX Titan, 780 Ti, 780, 770, 760, 690, 680, 670, 660 Ti and 660. Show More Summary
Do you know what gets our juices flowing even more than high-end hardware? It's having the opportunity to wrangle and evaluate multiple versions of a top-tier product. In this case, we've gone out and collected NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 Ti graphics cards from three different enthusiast brands: EVGA, Gigabyte, and MSI. Each of the cards in this...
Ah, the PC GPU wars are strong once again. Just two weeks after NVIDIA revealed their GeForce GTX Titan Z, AMD has countered with their own solution. The Radeon R9 295X2 is similar to the Titan Z, joining two of the company's fastest cards into a single design. Show More Summary
Nvidia's newest graphics card is not for everyone. In fact, it will cost $3000. But, CEO Jen-Hsun Huang would argue that it's a terrific deal, given that it's about 50 cents per processor. The GeForce GTX Titan Z includes two Kepler GPUs, totaling 5,760 processing cores, and 12GB of dedicated frame buffer memory. Show More Summary
'Cool and quiet' but costly GTC Nvidia has released its most powerful – and, in our memory at least, its most expensive – GeForce graphics card ever, the GTX Titan Z, which you can have for a hefty $2,999.…
Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang announced the GeForce GTX Titan Z today at the company's GPU Technology Conference and, all right, there's no real getting around the card's sticker shock. 5,760 CUDA cores. 12GB GDDR5 VRAM. $2,999. PC gaming...Show More Summary
Today at GTC NVIDIA announced their next GTX Titan family card. Dubbed the GTX Titan Z (no idea yet on why it’s Z), the card is NVIDIA's obligatory entry into the dual-GPU/single-card market, finally bringing NVIDIA’s flagship GK110Show More Summary