Tag Archive: NVIDIA

NVIDIA Shield Hand-held Gaming Device Review

NVIDIA Shield Hand-held Gaming Device Review The NVIDIA Shield is an Android-based gaming handheld that launched earlier this July, featuring a 5-inch, 1280×720 touchscreen display and a built-in console-style controller. In addition to support for Android game titles on the Google Play store, the Shield can even stream PC games running on a PC with …

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NVIDIA GeForce Shadowplay Gameplay Recorder Review

NVIDIA GeForce Shadowplay Gameplay Recorder Review NVIDIA GeForce Shadowplay is a game recorder that uses the integrated hardware H264 encoder of a GeForce graphics card to record your gameplay as mp4 videos to your hard disk. We made a few tests on this new GeForce Software… at TweakPC Related Items: NVIDIA GeForce GT 610 Video …

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NVIDIA GeForce GT 610 Video Card On Linux Review

NVIDIA GeForce GT 610 Video Card On Linux Review If you are after a low-end graphics card for use on Linux, up for review today is the Zotac GeForce GT 610 Synergy 1GB graphics card that sells for less than $50 USD. The results in this Linux hardware review compare the GT 610 to a …

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NVIDIA nTeresting Newsletter – 11 Movember 2013

NVIDIA nTeresting Newsletter – 11 Movember 2013 In this Issue: · GeForce GTX 780 Ti gets put to the test and comes out on top. · Amazon and Sprint are using NVIDIA GRID technology for their cloud. · Call of Duty: Ghost sold $1 billion worth on day 1. Plays best on NVIDIA. Fastest. GPU. …

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NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780Ti Video Card Review

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780Ti Video Card Review Even the most hardcore gamers wouldn’t want a component in their system that sounds like the jet engine of a Messerschmitt Me 262, one of the first jet powered fighter aircraft. The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 Ti is designed to be well balanced for performance, power usage, and …

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NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 Ti Video Card Review

NVIDIA tends to dominate the field when it comes to graphics processing power, leaving AMD scrambling to remain competitive by reducing prices on their products to add value for an aging technology. Recently the AMD Radeon R9 290X was revealed as the brand’s flagship graphics card, virtually occupying future shelf space for around $580 and expected to compete against NVIDIA’s less-expensive GeForce GTX 780 that has been available since May (2013). Not one to allow competition into their high-end territory, NVIDIA pushes back with the introduction of GeForce GTX 780 Ti. Capable of producing the fastest and most efficient graphics power ever available, GeForce GTX 780 Ti offers 25% more processing cores than GTX 780 while leaving room to deliver record-level 336 GB/sec GDDR5 memory bandwidth so to leave no doubt who controls the top-end of discreet graphics.

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NVIDIA nTeresting Newsletter – 4 Mo-vember 2013

NVIDIA nTeresting Newsletter – 4 Mo-vember 2013 In this issue: · ShadowPlay is out and awesome. It is a DVR for your gaming highlights. · SHIELD owners get a massive, game changing upgrade. · GeForce GTX 780 Ti ascends to the throne and makes those below it better values. · GeForce drivers prove to be …

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NVIDIA nTeresting Newsletter – 29 October 2013

NVIDIA nTeresting Newsletter – 29 October 2013 In this issue · NVIDIA’s ‘The Way It’s Meant to Be Played’ Montreal event included revolutionary new display technology, killer games and three of the industries brightest minds. New technology and product announcements included GameWorks, NVIDIA GamesStream, GeForce ShadowPlay and more that will change the way you game. …

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NVIDIA G-SYNC Technology: An In-Depth Look

A very special new piece of hardware technology has recently been released at a conference in Montreal on October 22, 2013. The new technology is called G-SYNC, by NVIDIA. G-SYNC seems to be the answer for a major complaint from PC gaming community regarding image quality in fast-moving video games. Tears, stutters, and lag are told to be totally eliminated with this new technology. NVIDIA’s CEO Jen-Hsun Huang put on a compelling performance at the conference in Montreal this past Friday. He announced some exciting new technologies, GameStream, GeForce GTX 780 Ti, ShadowPlay, and of course, G-SYNC. In this article I will give you my explanation, thoughts and opinions on this new tech called G-SYNC.

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NVIDIA G-SYNC Technology for Gaming Monitors Introduced

NVIDIA G-SYNC Technology for Gaming Monitors Introduced

NVIDIA G-SYNC Technology for Gaming Monitors Introduced Tears, Stutters, Lag Become Artifacts of the Past Solving the decades-old problem of onscreen tearing, stuttering and lag, NVIDIA today unveiled NVIDIA G-SYNC™ technology which, for the first time, enables perfect synchronization between the GPU and the display. The result is consistently smooth frame rates and ultrafast response …

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NVIDIA nTeresting Newsletter – 15 October 2013

NVIDIA nTeresting Newsletter – 15 October 2013 In this Issue: · NVIDIA GeForce GPUs will power the first ever Steam Machines. · A GameStop exec talks up Tegra and SHIELD in his discussion of mobile gaming. · IGN picks best gaming laptops. All picks are GeForce-powered. · Dead on Arrival 2 is out for Android, …

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Mad Catz M.O.J.O. Android Micro-Console Pre-Order Available

Mad Catz Interactive, Inc. (“Mad Catz”) (NYSE MKT/ TSX: MCZ) announced today that it will launch its M.O.J.O. Micro-Console for Android, in limited quantities, on December 10, 2013. Mad Catz also announced that it has begun accepting pre-orders with a MSRP of $249.99.

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Citrix Virtualization Offers NVIDIA GRID vGPU Virtual Graphics

The world of graphics just got a whole lot bigger with today’s launch of a tech preview from Citrix featuring the latest breakthrough in graphics innovation — NVIDIA GRID vGPU.
NVIDIA GPUs have been providing gamers with amazing experiences for decades. Professional designers have been using our graphics to design everything from soda bottles to supersonic aircraft nearly as long.

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NVIDIA nTeresting Newsletter – 30 September 2013

NVIDIA nTeresting Newsletter – 30 September 2013 In this issue: · Our friends at Valve rolled out their living room PC concept with SteamOS and Steam Machine. We’re in favor of any initiative that promotes open-platform gaming and takes advantage of our market-leading Linux support. · Tony Tamasi says PC is the platform for real …

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NVIDIA Free-To-Play Bundle Now Offered

NVIDIA Free-To-Play Bundle Now Offered Promotional Funds for Warframe, Neverwinter and Marvel Heroes NVIDIA today announced a new promotion that will give gamers a total of $75 of in-game currencies to a trio of the hottest free-to-play games: Warframe, Neverwinter and Marvel Heroes. The promotion, which is applicable for new purchases of notebook PCs featuring GeForce 700M-series …

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NVIDIA Delivers Gaming Excitement at PAX Prime 2013

From August 30th to September 2nd, the NVIDIA booth will serve as the destination for hardcore gamers to get hands on time with the very latest PC game titles, the just-released SHIELD handheld gaming platform and get a chance to check out NVIDIA GRID, the latest in cloud gaming technologies. Top new games will be shown, such as Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag, Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Blacklist, Dying Light, The Bureau: XCom Unlimited, Command & Conquer: Generals 2 and many more on PCs featuring the latest GeForce GTX GPUs. Gamers will also have a chance to play their favorite Android games on SHIELD, the hottest mobile gaming platform currently available, including Dead on Arrival 2 THD, Chuck’s Challenge, Virtua Tennis, Choplifter THD, Flyhunter: Origins and a ton more. NVIDIA will also be demonstrating the visual awesomeness of 4K with a special demo of Assassin’s Creed 4: Black Flag and Watch Dogs streamed to a 55-inch 4K Sony TV directly from SHIELD.

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NVIDIA nTeresting Newsletter – 26 August 2013

NVIDIA  nTeresting Newsletter – 26 August 2013 In this Issue: · NVIDIA SHIELD gets more great reviews, and more great games. With Asphalt 8: Airborne you can drive the NVIDIA Tegra-equipped Tesla Model S on your Tegra-powered SHIELD. True story. · GeForce owners are Game Ready with day-of-launch driver drops. This week we roll out …

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Discrete GPU Shipments Down, AMD Takes Share From Nvidia

According to Jon Peddie of Jon Peddie Research and his quarterly GPU marketshare reports that in the second quarter of this year ending June 30th, the entire add-in board market has actually shrunken by 5.4% when compared to the previous quarter and 5.2% when compared to the same quarter a year ago. This is actually less than the shrinkage seen by the entire PC market, indicating that GPU shipments are not declining with the speed of PC shipments.

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NVIDIA nTerresting News 12 August 2013

SHIELD sells out following rave reviews. NVIDIA has a new home in Detroit to house our growing auto business. NVIDIA & IBM team up to pioneer the OpenPOWER Consortium and bring CUDA GPUs to POWER CPU-Based Enterprise Systems. Jon Carmack expands in to virtual reality, is CTO of Oculus Rift.

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NVIDIA nTeresting Newsletter – 5 August 2013

NVIDIA nTeresting Newsletter – 5 August 2013 By NVIDIA In this Issue: · NVIDIA SHIELD has arrived! Buy yours now and read all the rave reviews. · NVIDIA welcomes The Portland Group and strengthens the OpenACC initiative. SHIELD Changes the Game High performance gaming and entertainment truly went mobile with the launch of NVIDIA SHIELD. …

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NVIDIA nTeresting Newsletter – 29 July 2013

NVIDIA nTeresting Newsletter – 29 July 2013 By NVIDIA In This Issue: · Kepler graphics power is coming to mobile devices. It is completely changing the game. · NVIDIA’s jaw-dropping car customization demo impresses at SIGGRAPH. · We have close to 99% of the new gaming notebooks this year; therefore, we swept MSN Tech UK’s …

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NVIDIA Brings Kepler Graphics Architecture to Mobile Devices

NVIDIA Brings Kepler Graphics Architecture to Mobile Devices

NVIDIA Brings Kepler Graphics Architecture to Mobile Devices By NVIDIA This week at Siggraph, we’re giving a sneak peek at the GPU inside Project Logan, our next-generation, CUDA-capable mobile processor. From a graphics perspective, this is as big a milestone for mobile as the first GPU, GeForce 256, was for the PC when it was introduced …

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NVIDIA nTeresting Newsletter – 22 July 2013

NVIDIA nTeresting Newsletter – 22 July 2013 By NVIDIA In this Issue: · Lots of Tegra-based devices made news this week. Tablets, all-in-ones, superphones, streaming devices, and gaming devices were all in the news this week. And NVIDIA is even taking SHIELD to the movies. · NVIDIA has support for tiled 4k displays and for …

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Buying Your Next Car May Include a Trip Through Augmented Reality

Buying Your Next Car May Include a Trip Through Augmented Reality By Danny Shapiro: NVIDIA Director of Automotive Marketing For many people, the first stop in the car-buying process is no stop at all: They go online to browse options, colors and trim level from the comfort of home. To entice potential buyers into showrooms, many …

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NVIDIA nTeresting Newsletter – 12 July 2013

NVIDIA nTeresting Newsletter – 12 July 2013 By NVIDIA In this issue: · Industry analysts call shenanigans on Intel’s recent benchmarking claims in the mobile sector. · GeForce GTX line-up is solid, top to bottom, from the price/performance of the GeForce GTX 760 to the blistering performance of the GeForce GTX 780. · Get a …

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