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While it was roughly 2 years from Maxwell 2 to Pascal, the journey to Turing has felt much longer despite a similar 2 year gap. But finally, at Gamescom 2018, NVIDIA announced the GeForce RTX 20 series, built on TSMC’s 12nm “FFN” process and powered by the Turing GPU architecture. Launching today with full general availability is just the GeForce RTX 2080, as the GeForce RTX 2080 Ti was delayed a week to the 27th, while the GeForce RTX 2070 is due in October. So up for review today is the GeForce RTX 2080 Ti and GeForce RTX 2080. But a standard new generation of gaming GPUs this is not. The “GeForce RTX” brand, ousting the long-lived “GeForce GTX” moniker in favor of their announced...

NVIDIA Delays GeForce RTX 2080 Ti General Availability By A Week To September 27

Since yesterday’s reveal of the full Turing architecture, NVIDIA has set the stage for next week’s launch of GeForce RTX. Later that day, however, NVIDIA quietly announced that general...

32 by Nate Oh on 9/15/2018

The NVIDIA Turing GPU Architecture Deep Dive: Prelude to GeForce RTX

It’s been roughly a month since NVIDIA's Turing architecture was revealed, and if the GeForce RTX 20-series announcement a few weeks ago has clued us in on anything, is...

107 by Nate Oh on 9/14/2018

NVIDIA Releases 399.24 WHQL Driver, NVIDIA SHIELD TV Mobile App

Today, NVIDIA released driver version 399.24 WHQL, a more minor update focused on zero-day game support. Headlining the Game Ready titles is the Shadow of the Tomb Raider (9/14)...

6 by Nate Oh on 9/10/2018

NVIDIA Releases 399.07 WHQL Game Ready Driver

In the wake of last week’s GeForce RTX 20-series announcements, today NVIDIA has released driver version 399.07 WHQL, bringing Game Ready support for the Battlefield V Open Beta, as...

1 by Nate Oh on 8/27/2018

Hands-on with the GeForce RTX 2080 Ti: Real-time Raytracing in Games

After yesterday’s announcement from NVIDIA, we finally know what’s coming: the GeForce RTX 2080 Ti, GeForce RTX 2080, and GeForce RTX 2070. So naturally, after the keynote in the...

105 by Nate Oh on 8/21/2018

NVIDIA Announces the GeForce RTX 20 Series: RTX 2080 Ti & 2080 on Sept. 20th, RTX 2070 in October

NVIDIA’s Gamescom 2018 keynote just wrapped up, and as many have been expecting since it was announced last month, NVIDIA is getting ready to launch their next generation of...

226 by Ryan Smith on 8/20/2018

NVIDIA GeForce Gamescom 2018 Keynote Live Blog

Join us here at noon ET for NVIDIA's Gamescom 2018 keynote. CEO Jensen Huang will once again be taking the stage at this GeForce-branded event, so we're expecting some...

88 by Nate Oh & Ryan Smith on 8/20/2018

MSI’s PS42 Business Laptop Now Available: 14-Inch Quad-Core Ultrabook

MSI has started to ship its ultrathin Prestige-series laptops that it introduced in early June. The new PS42 models feature a 14-inch display, a quad-core CPU, and a discrete...

19 by Anton Shilov on 8/17/2018

NVIDIA Releases 398.82 WHQL Game Ready Driver

This week, NVIDIA released driver version 398.82 WHQL, featuring Game Ready support for next week’s Monster Hunter: World, as well as for Battle for Azeroth, a new World of...

3 by Nate Oh on 8/2/2018

NVIDIA Teases “GeForce Gaming Celebration” For August 20th At Gamescom 2018

This afternoon NVIDIA announced their plans for a public “GeForce Gaming Celebration” later this month, taking place amidst the Gamescom expo in Cologne, Germany. Promising talk of games and...

41 by Ryan Smith on 7/30/2018

Best Video Cards for Gaming: Q3 2018

For gaming PCs that push the pretty pixels on the screens, the video card is the most important component. And given the sheer amount of custom options, choosing the...

22 by Nate Oh on 7/30/2018

NVIDIA Publishes Official G-Sync HDR System Requirements, Releases VBIOS Updater for DisplayPort 1.3 & 1.4

As the first week of June winds down, the long-awaited and even longer delayed G-Sync HDR monitors are just about here. For Acer's Predator X27, units are starting to...

17 by Nate Oh on 6/8/2018

“NVIDIA’s Next Generation Mainstream GPU” Presentation Briefly Listed for Hot Chips in August

On Wednesday, when Hot Chips officially announced the program and list of talks for the upcoming Hot Chips 2018 conference in August, among them was the tantalizingly named “NVIDIA’s...

19 by Nate Oh on 6/1/2018

NVIDIA Releases 397.93 WHQL Game Ready Driver: Telemetry Changes for GDPR

Today, NVIDIA released driver version 397.93 WHQL, featuring Game Ready support for the recently-launched State of Decay 2 and the upcoming closed beta of The Crew. Additionally, the release...

10 by Nate Oh on 5/24/2018

NVIDIA Releases the GeForce GTX 1050 3GB: More RAM, Fewer ROPs?

Adjusting their GeForce GTX 1050 Family info page over the weekend, NVIDIA quietly announced that the expansion of the GeForce 10-series of cards with another entry: the GeForce GTX...

49 by Nate Oh on 5/21/2018

NVIDIA Updates on G-Sync HDR: 4Kp144 Monitors On Sale at End of May, Other Models Coming Later This Year

While NVIDIA's upcoming ultra-premium G-Sync HDR monitors have been in the public eye for some time now, the schedule slips have become something of a sticking point, prompting the...

46 by Nate Oh on 5/16/2018

NVIDIA Releases 397.31 WHQL Drivers: Vulkan 1.1 Support, NVIDIA RTX, And More

After quietly announcing legacy support status for Fermi GPUs and 32-bit operating systems earlier this month, NVIDIA today has released the first Release 396 drivers with 397.31 WHQL, headlined...

6 by Nate Oh on 4/26/2018

NVIDIA Moves Fermi GPUs to Legacy Status, Ends Mainstream Driver Support for 32-bit Operating Systems

This week, NVIDIA has announced that they are ending mainstream graphics driver support for Fermi-based GeForce GPUs. Effective as of this month (i.e. immediately), all Fermi products are being...

42 by Nate Oh on 4/7/2018

NVIDIA Quietly Rolls out Slower, Lower TDP GeForce GT 1030 With DDR4 VRAM

For the lowest-end video cards, a common practice by manufacturers is to substitute in slower VRAM – recently, this meant swapping out GDDR5 for DDR3 – saving costs in...

44 by Nate Oh on 4/4/2018

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