The chipmaker names after a Roman vengeance demon has warned of dark times ahead.
Still nothing serious, according to Nvidia
There has been a lot of talk regarding issues with Nvidia's latest flagship RTX 2080 Ti graphics cards but, according to Nvidia, it is nothing serious and unusual, and the company is still working with those affected by the problem.
MSI puts Turing GPU on an ITX PCB
It appears that MSI thinks there is a market for high-end graphics cards on an ITX form factor and has decided to squeeze an RTX 2070 on a smaller PCB as a part of its Aero ITX series.
Affordable RTX comes to workstation professionals
Nvidia has announced its latest Quadro RTX series graphics card, the Quadro RTX 4000, which will bring RTX to workstation professionals at a rather affordable price of under $1,000.
6GB of GDDR5X working on 8800MHz
It appears that Nvidia's response to AMD's upcoming R9 590, in the form of GTX 1060 with GDDR5X memory, might actually end up slower than some previous GTX 1060 graphics card on the market, due to a lower memory bandwidth.
Dual- or triple-fan cooler and RGB galore
Inno3D has released renderings of its upcoming custom cooling solution for Nvidia Geforce RTX-series graphics cards, the new iChill X3 edition cooler which will not only be covered in RGB strips but also allow a certain level of customization as well.
While Founders Edition sells for $599/€629
The least expensive Nvidia RTX 2070 has started selling all around the world and can be yours for as low as $499.99 in the US and €519 in Europe.
Possibly based on a cut-down GP104 GPU
It appears that Gigabyte could be working on a GTX 1060 graphics card that will be equipped with faster GDDR5X memory and a cut down GP104 GPU, and while other specifications are unknown, faster memory could give the GTX 1060 a fighting chance against the upcoming 12nm Polaris-based Radeon RX 590.
Brings support for Windows 10 October update and DXR
Nvidia has released its latest Geforce 416.16 WHQL graphics driver which brings support for Microsoft's latest Windows 10 October 2018 update with support for DirectX Raytracing (DXR).