DirectX12 is bad news for Nvidia
Published in Processors


AMD staff seen dancing in the street

Microsoft's move to DirectX12 might have helped AMD rather than Nvidia.

GPU shipments down 11 per cent
Published in Graphics


Suppliers need to sell less to make money

Nvidia had good quarter thanks to selling plenty of desktop-based Geforce cards, but the overall market has dropped 11 percent from the last quarter.

TSMC prepares for 16nm production
Published in Processors


Nvidia sorted sorta 

TSMC has mentioned that it will be looking to commence production using its 16nm process in the third quarter now it looks like it is happening.

Nvidia releases Geforce 355.60 WHQL Game Ready drivers
Published in Graphics


Beta support for GameWorks VR

Nvidia has released its newest set of WHQL-certified Geforce drivers, the Geforce 355.60 WHQL.  These are Game Ready drivers for the upcoming Ashes of the Singulary tech demo which is coming from Stardock.

Nvidia Geforce GTX 950 listed and pictured
Published in Graphics


Coming soon

We had heard details of Nvidia's upcoming Geforce GTX 950 graphics card and it appears that the launch be soon as the card has been pictured and listed in retail/e-tail.

Nvidia GRID to remain free until September
Published in Games


For all Shield devices

Nvidia has extended the free period for its GRID game streaming service until September.

Nvidia GeForce GTX 990M GPU for notebooks
Published in Processors


N16E-GXX is not a Star fleet designation

We heard a rumour that Nvidia was working on something called an N16E-GXX and thought it might be something Star Treky.

Nvidia Tegra chips in 30 million cars
Published in Processors


Nvidia CEO drives on about automotive 

Jen-Hsun Huang confirmed in company's financial Q2 conference call that the Tegra found its way under the bonnet of 30 million cars. 

Geforce saved Nvidia's Q2 finance
Published in Graphics


Automotive helped 

Nvidia just announced its financial Q2 2016 scores and they are better than anyone expected, thanks mostly to a sterling performance from Geforce. 

Nvidia recalls Shield tablet due to fire hazard
Published in Mobiles


8-inch Shield tablet with YO1 bettery

Nvidia has announced a "voluntary recall" of its Shield 8-inch tablet due to a faulty battery that can cause the device to overheat and become a fire hazard.