AMD off the hook
While Nvidia fanboys were mocking AMD’s Crimson driver cock-up for causing its chips to catch fire, it seems that their own beloved GPU maker was having a driver crisis of its own.
One to have for Just Cause 3 and Rainbow Six Siege
Nvidia has rolled out its new Geforce 359.06 WHQL-certified Game Ready drivers which include all the performance optimizations for Just Cause 3 and Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege games.
No-show for Nvidia Shield games
Nvidia’s Android Shield Telly console is not doing at all well mostly because the highest-profile games have failed to materialise leaving users with hardware, a nice spec and little else.
Could be the fastest GTX 980 Ti on the market
Asus has unveiled its new GTX 980 Ti graphics card, which will be a part of the 20th Anniversary Gold Edition series and which could easily be the fastest GTX 980 Ti on the market.
Most likely based on a cut-down GM204 GPU
As it was pretty much expected, Nvidia is apparently working on a Geforce GTX 960 Ti graphics card in order to counter AMD's recently launched Antigua based Radeon R9 380X graphics card.
HBAO+, TXAA, G-Sync
Ubisoft's Rainbow Six: Siege is scheduled to be launched on December 1st and according to the latest trailer, it will use Nvidia GameWorks effects on the PC.
One to have for Assassin's Creed Syndicate and Overwatch Beta
Nvidia has released yet another Geforce Game Ready drivers, the Geforce 359.00 WHQL, with all the optimizations for Assassin's Creed Syndicate and Overwatch Beta.
Lowers the price to US $199
Nvidia has decided to re-launch its original Shield Tablet and put it on the market with the new Shield Tablet K1 name and a lower US $199 price tag.
New bundle gives US $49.99 value to Android TV
Nvidia has launched a new Shield Android TV bundle, giving a free remote to the Android TV console at the same price.
Supercomputing boldly going beyond supercomputing
Nvidia's CEO Jen-Hsun Huang was boldly splitting infinitives which no man had split before when he claimed that thanks to Nvidia making Supercomputing boldly go beyond supercomputing.