Game Ready driver for Batman: Arkham Knight
Nvidia has released the new Geforce 353.30 WHQL Game Ready driver.which was expected with the launch of the new Batman: Arkham Knight game which uses Nvidia's GameWorks effects,
Trading blows with Titan X
As we draw closer to the official unveil of AMD's Radeon 300 series lineup and the Radeon Fury flagship lineup, it does not come as a surprise that we now have some of the first unconfirmed 3DMark results where alleged Radeon Fury X graphics card is trading blows with the Geforce Titan X.
Most likely based on Tegra X1 SoC
It appears that Nvidia might want a piece of that Virtual Reality (VR) cake as the recent patent application shows a VR headset that is most likely powered by the Tegra X1 SoC.
Shows those fancy effects
Nvidia has released a new trailer for the upcoming Batman: Arkham Knight game which shows a bit more details regarding GameWorks effects that will be used in the game.
Internet of things wakes up Credit Suisse
The Internet of Things could do some rather important things for big chipmakers, according to a leading finance outfit.
16nm HBM2 design
Nvidia has reportedly successfully taped out Pascal, its next generation GPU based on a new FinFET node, with new memory to boot.
New features and support for GTX 980 Ti
As it usually happens when the new graphics card is released, Nvidia has rolled out the new Geforce 353.06 WHQL driver with a couple of new features, optimization for Heroes of the Storm game as well as support for the new Geforce GTX 980 Ti graphics card.
28nm GM200 GPU with 2816 CUDA cores
As expected and rumored earlier, Nvidia has officially launched its newest high-end Geforce graphics card, the Geforce GTX 980 Ti.
Can't get the wood
Anyone expecting 4K streaming off the cloud any time soon will be plumb out of luck according to Nvidia's CEO.