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Yesterday, we brought you news of a number of third-party GeForce RTX Super cards from EVGA, MSI and Zotac. Today, we've got another round of cards from ASUS and Gigabyte.  ASUS always goes completely overboard with its product releases, and its GeForce RTX Super lineup is no exception. In fact, the company is releasing a total 19 graphics cards based on the new GPUs. For those looking for a GeForce RTX 2060 Super solution, there are seven cards available: ROG STRIX RTX2060S-08G GAMING (OC) ROG STRIX RTX2060S-A8G GAMING (Advanced) ROG STRIX RTX2060S-8G GAMING (Standard) DUAL RTX2060S-08G EVO DUAL RTX2060S-A8G EVO DUAL RTX2060S-8G EVO TURBO RTX2060S-8G EVO If you are of the GeForce... Read more...
Earlier today, we presented you with our review of the GeForce RTX 2060 Super and GeForce RTX 2070 Super. You can think of both cards as a preemptive strike against the yet-to-be-released Radeon RX 5700, Radeon RX 5700 XT and Radeon RX 5700 XT 50th Anniversary Edition.  Although we suggest that you read our review to get a full idea of how the new Super cards perform, there should probably be some cause for concern from the AMD camp. With that being said, the first round of cards from NVIDIA's OEM partners have been announced, and should be hitting store shelves within the next few weeks. This afternoon, we have entries from EVGA, MSI and Zotac. You should already be familiar... Read more...
NVIDIA has always incorporated a cornucopia of performance metrics into its GeForce Experience software allowing users to monitor GPU clock speeds, boost performance and capture game footage (among other things). Now, the company is introducing a new utility into its software suite called FrameView. FrameView is being announced alongside NVIDIA's new GeForce RTX 2060 Super and RTX 2070 Super -- you can read the HotHardware review here. The utility gives you a wealth of information in the form of an overlay on your display, although it specifically zeroes in on measuring performance and power utilization of your current graphics hardware.  As you are playing or benchmarking a game,... Read more...
NVIDIA dropped a hint that something “Super” was coming just prior to Computex and since then a handful of leaks have let the cat mostly out of the bag. Today, however, we can dispel the rumors, officially reveal what NVIDIA’s got coming down the pipeline, and show you exactly what NVIDIA’s Super branding is all about. NVIDIA is overhauling its Turing-based GeForce RTX line-up with an array of “Super” GPUs, specifically the GeForce RTX 2060 Super, RTX 2070 Super, and RTX 2080 Super. In the short term, like two days from now, the GeForce RTX 2060 Super and RTX 2070 Super will hit store shelves. The GeForce RTX 2080 Super is coming in a few weeks though, and... Read more...
The GeForce RTX SUPER and Radeon RX 5700 family of graphics cards are right around the corner, which means that gamers will have a number of new graphics cards to choose from when building a new rig (or upgrading an existing one). Thankfully, we’re getting an early look at how performance is shaping up for two of these soon-to-be-launched graphics cards thanks to a benchmark leak.  The graphics cards in question are the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 SUPER and the AMD Radeon RX 5700 XT, while both cards were benchmarked in Final Fantasy XV at 2560x1440 resolution with the High quality preset. Before we get to the numbers, we have to realize that these are probably pre-release cards... Read more...
Surprise! Amazon is taking preorders for a pair of "Super" variants of NVIDIA's GeForce RTX series graphics cards that have not yet been officially announced. They include the EVGA GeForce RTX 2070 Super XC Gaming and EVGA GeForce RTX 2060 Super XC Ultra Gaming, priced at $599.99 and $499.99, respectively. Officially, these cards do not exist yet. Rumor has it NVIDIA will unveil Super models of its GeForce RTX 2080, 2070, and 2060 next week on July 2, with availability to follow shortly after. The 'leaked' listings on Amazon support that notion—both product pages indicate a release date of July 9. It should also be noted that these listings are actually by Amazon, and not a third-party... Read more...
There have been a lot of SUPER rumors making the rounds over the past month, with the most recent one indicating that the cards would be announced this week. Now a new rumor claims to have pricing details for the entire lineup of NVIDIA GeForce RTX SUPER graphics cards. At the top of the GPU heap is the GeForce RTX 2080 SUPER, which is expected to have an MSRP of $799. This is the exact same price as the current GeForce RTX 2080, but the SUPER variant will have more CUDA cores and higher clocks which would make it an even better value. Next up is the GeForce RTX 2070 SUPER, which will reportedly debut at $599. Again, this is the same launch price as the GeForce RTX 2070, with performance... Read more...
The current NVIDIA Shield TV has been around for quite some; we first reviewed the device way back in 2017. However, over the years, NVIDIA has consistently updated the media streamer with new software to keep it ahead of the pack when it comes to capabilities. In its current incarnation, the Shield TV pairs up with Google Assistant, Amazon Alexa, and Samsung SmartThings to form a powerful smart home trio in addition to being a hub for gaming and online media streaming. It now looks as if the aging NVIDIA Shield TV is set to get a true hardware update according to a listing that turned up on the Google Play Developer Console Device Catalog. The original Shield console was known inside... Read more...
NVIDIA has something "SUPER" in store for gaming enthusiasts. The company first teased SUPER in the days leading up to Computex 2019, but made no announcements pertaining to this new branding. Over the past few weeks, reports have zeroed in on SUPER referring to a refresh of the GeForce RTX family that was first introduced last fall. A new report is now shedding light on when we might actually see these new GPUs. According to VideoCardz and WCCFTech, NVIDIA is set to announce the new SUPER family as early as next week. However, the report indicates that cards wouldn't actually be available for sale until mid-July. As for pricing, it's expected that the new SUPER... Read more...
Seeing Keanu Reeves make an appearance at E3 to promote Cyberpunk 2077, an upcoming dystopian role playing game in which he is a part of, was a delightful surprise. Less surprising, but no less welcome, is that developer CD PROJEKT RED is working with NVIDIA to support real-time ray tracing on GeForce RTX hardware (and perhaps other cards as well—more on that in a moment). "Cyberpunk 2077 is an incredibly ambitious game, mixing first-person perspective and deep role-playing, while also creating an intricate and immersive world in which to tell its story," said Matt Wuebbling, head of GeForce marketing at NVIDIA. "We think the world of Cyberpunk will greatly benefit from the realistic lighting... Read more...
Lenovo is turning its attention to its mobile workstation family, specifically its ThinkPad P Series which are getting upgraded with more potent processors and onboard graphics. Kicking things off are the ThinkPad P53, which is being billed as the world’s most powerful 15-inch class mobile workstation, and the ThinkPad P73, its 17-inch counterpart. Both are powered by up to 9th generation Intel Core i9 or Xeon octa-core processors and can be equipped with up to 128GB of DDR4 memory via four SODIMM slots. Since Lenovo knows that mobile pros often need a lot of graphics muscle on-the-go, both systems can be optioned with up to a NVIDIA Quadro RTX 5000 discrete graphics card. ThinkPad... Read more...
Ever since NVIDIA teased that something "super" was in the wings, the Internet has been buzzing with related leaks and rumors, suggesting that the NVIDIA Studio certification program was not actually the big reveal. One of the prevailing theories is that NVIDIA is readying a refresh of its existing GeForce RTX family. The latest chatter adds more fuel to the speculative fire. In case you missed it, NVIDIA two weeks ago posted a short video clip from its "NVIDIA GeForce" account on YouTube with the caption, "Something super is coming..." There wasn't much to the 16-second clip—the camera zoomed and panned around what appeared to be a reflective metal plate with the word "Super" stamped on... Read more...
We've been hearing quite a bit about NVIDIA's Quake II RTX remake over the past few months, and now it's finally available for download. As its name implies, Quake II RTX is meant to showcase the hardware capabilities of NVIDIA's current generation GeForce RTX Turing family of gaming graphics cards. The GeForce RTX cards are able to tackle real-time ray tracing thanks to their dedicated hardware RT and Tensor cores, and also support Deep Learning Super Sampling (DLSS). All of that processing power is put to good use in Quake II RTX, which NVIDIA says is the world's first game that is fully path-traced, which means that lighting effects like shadows, reflections, and refractions... Read more...
Remember when NVIDIA teased that "something super is coming" from its GeForce division? The initial speculation was a new graphics card, or perhaps multiple new GPUs. Then a few days later, however, NVIDIA announced a new platform and certification program for creators, called NVIDIA Studio, and it seemed as though that was the "super" surprise. Perhaps not, though. Rumors of NVIDIA launching additional GeForce RTX cards have not let up. As it relates to that, specs for an alleged GeForce RTX 2070 Ti variant are making the rounds. RTX2070Ti 2560SP 14Gbps ~1770MHz confirmed — kimi7kop (@kimi7kop) June 3, 2019 Forget the grain of salt, you might want a spoonful for this one. The rumor originates... Read more...
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