With new Geforce 375.95 Hotfix drivers
Nvidia has finally fixed VRAM issues noticed on some Pascal GPU-based graphics cards with the recently released Geforce 375.86 WHQL driver, by releasing the new Geforce 375.95 Hotfix driver.
It will bundle Watch Dogs 2 with GTX 1070 and GTX 1080
Judging from a leaked banner, Nvidia is preparing a new game bundle that will include the newest Watch Dogs 2 game with its Geforce GTX 1070 and GTX 1080 graphics cards.
Google Cloud is planning to add GPUs as a service early next year, following Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure and IBM’s Bluemix.
Serious issues reported by users
Nvidia latest “Game Ready” drivers have been rolled out but it is probably best for users to spurn version 375.86 coming through the GeForce Experience app as if it were a rabid dog.
Optimizations for a couple of games
Nvidia has released its newest Geforce 375.86 WHQL drivers which bring optimizations for future Battlefield 1, Civilization VI and Tom Clancy's The Division updates as well as optimizations for the upcoming Steep Open Beta game.
Return of the GPU Jedi
Nvidia, as you have seen, did an amazing job gaining a lot of the GPU high end and mainstream market. Pascal worked out great on the desktop and notebook, but it would be naive to expect that AMD is not going to come back with a vengeance.
There is more to life than pixels
Nvidia just announced its fiscal Q3 2017 (not a typo Ed.) and the company reported record revenue of $2 billion, up 54 percent from a year ago. This is finally proof that Nvidia is more than a GPU outfit, as it finally expanded beyond its core business - gaming and professional graphics.
Nothing Zen about this
As we predicted, the GPU maker named after a Roman vengence daemon, Nvidia, has produced a really good set of results with a record revenue of $2 billion, up 54 percent from a year ago.
Expect big numbers
The GPU maker named after a Roman vengeance daemon, Nvidia, is set to announce a rather positive set of results today.
All in EULA and FAQ and just for bug/error reporting
Nvidia telemetry issue with some of its latest drivers has gained a lot of ground in the last few days and finally we have a semi-official response from Nvidia, saying that it is all in EULA and that it is only meant for crash and bug reporting.