Fixes some new games and adds OpenCL 1.2 support
Nvidia has released its newest Geforce 350.05 driver which addresses some issues in recent games, and adds OpenCL 1.2 support.
Highest factory-overclocked GTX 980 from ASUS
Asus has now officially announced its new Geforce GTX 980 20th Anniversary Gold Edition graphics card, a special edition card released to mark the 20th year of the company's presence in the graphics card market.
With support for Titan X and Battlefield: Hardline game
Nvidia has released its newest Game Ready Geforce 347.88 WHQL driver which adds support for the new GTX Titan X graphics card, brings optimizations for the new Battlefield: Hardline game and adds new SLI profiles.
GTC 2015: GM200 GPU, 3072 CUDA cores and US $999 price tag
After a few teases at the Game Developers Conference earlier this year, Nvidia has now formally unveiled its new Geforce GTX Titan X graphics card based on the 28nm GM200 Maxwell GPU.
GTX 980, GTX 970, GTX 960 and GTX 970M and above
Nvidia has announced its latest bundle which will include CD Projekt Red's upcoming The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt game bundled with Geforce GTX 980, GTX 970, and GTX 960 discrete cards, as well as notebooks with Geforce GTX 970M and above GPUs.
Standard, SuperSC and FTW versions
EVGA has announced new additions to its Geforce lineup, including no less than three different GTX 960 graphics cards with 4GB of GDDR5 memory, standard one, GTX 960 4GB SSC and the GTX 960 FTW.
For EVGA GTX 970 ACX (2.0) and EVGA GTX 980 Classified
EK Water Blocks, premium liquid cooling gear gurus from Slovenia, have announced two new full-cover water blocks for EVGA's custom Geforce GTX 970 ACX (2.0) and the Geforce GTX 980 Classified graphics cards, the EK-FC970 GTX ACX and the EK-FC980 GTX Classy.
Acknowledgement and apology
It turns out that the "duck your head and wait until they run out of ammunition" strategy doesn’t work anymore when it comes to the GTX 970 issue.
GTX 970 3.5GB + 0.5GB memory issue going to court
Accoring to a lawsuit filed with the U.S District Court of Northern California, it appears that Nvidia's Geforce GTX 970 memory allocation issues will have a legal epilogue, a class-action one.
With the next driver update
Nvidia has finally buckled under community pressure over the recent driver update that disabled overclocking on its mobile GTX 900M series GPUs. The company has announced that it will bring overclocking features back with the next driver update.