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The first batch of NVIDIA GeForce RTX 40 series graphics cards should start to enter the supply chain in August. We are talking about this August, and the date comes via Russian TechTuber and Pro-Hi Tech editor Ilya Korneychuk. Please add a dose of salt to the rumor, and for good measure it isn’t made clear exactly... Read more...
You've probably heard a lot of conflicting things about the power consumption of NVIDIA's upcoming Ada family of GPUs, which are named after Ada Lovelace. There have been wildly varying reports ranging from 400W all the way up to "800W or more". The thing is, most of these rumors are probably accurate—they're just... Read more...
The last couple of years have been brutal for gamers that wanted to upgrade their graphics cards, due to sky high pricing and scarce availability. With these hot new sales though, it may be about time to take the plunge. First in our list is an MSI Gaming GeForce RTX 3080 Ti Ventus 3X 12GB OC (Pictured above). This... Read more...
NVIDIA's GeForce Now game streaming service is adding support for smooth 120fps mobile gaming to a much wider range of Android devices. However, there are a couple of requirements that you will need to meet in order to get that type of performance. Mobile gaming has been growing in popularity, as more and more... Read more...
Do you remember last year when Chinese crypto-miners were snatching up GeForce RTX 30-series laptops to use their GPUs for mining? The mobile GPUs never got a hash rate limitation, unlike the desktop models, so desperate miners started propping up piles of laptops and pointing fans at them to make them mine... Read more...
We have reported on rumored specs, power consumption figures, and release dates for the upcoming NVIDIA Ada Lovelace GPUs previously. However, what we all really care the most about is performance, and a Twitter tech leaker of some repute has spilled a purported 3DMark benchmark score for the GeForce RTX 4090... Read more...
NVIDIA partners have started to make GeForce RTX 3050 graphics cards with trimmed down specs available in pre-built PCs. This OEM variant has both fewer CUDA cores, as well as slightly scaled back GPU base/boost clocks. Otherwise, the OEM RTX 3050 is the same as the PC DIY discrete graphics card you can buy at most... Read more...
The periods just before new products launch are always the most exciting for enthusiasts, and given the massive conflicts brewing on the horizon in the PC hardware space, the air is positively electric. We have new CPUs and new GPUs from every vendor on the way, and along with them come some pretty big shifts in the... Read more...
The US CHIPS Act is aimed at making America more competitive against China when it comes the chip industry. However, several US semiconductor firms are said to be debating on whether or not to oppose the package, due to what some are saying are disproportionate benefits toward manufacturers like Intel and... Read more...
Nobody likes it when a game freezes up or outright crashes (not even gaming masochists), so kudos to NVIDIA for pushing out a GeForce hotfix driver to address that very thing in a handful of popular titles. The hotfix also promises better overall stability in some specific games, and addresses a performance issue some... Read more...
In normal times, we would expect graphics cards to fall below MSRP a year or two after release, and especially on the cusp of a brand new GPU architecture. These are not normal times. Be that as it may, there is chatter that NVIDIA is issuing a round of price cuts on some of its higher end GeForce RTX 30 series... Read more...
NVIDIA is enticing gamers to upgrade their setups to a high-end GPU by offering a bundle of "4 games with select GeForce RTX 30 series" graphics cards. It's actually more like two games with a couple of DLC expansions, but regardless of the game count designation, you're looking at around $130 worth (MSRP) of free... Read more...
While CPU performance typically grows in terms of percentage points with each successive generation, GPU performance increases tend to come in the form of whole-number multipliers. There's a few reasons for this, but the biggest one is simply that GPU workloads are a massively-parallel task, and it's easy to... Read more...
It's been a long and frustrating road back to widespread GPU availability at prices anywhere close to MSRP, and at this point, we're all clamoring for AMD and NVIDIA to release their next-gen graphics cards. Those are coming, though exactly when still remains to be seen. Related, there are rumors that NVIDIA may end... Read more...
If you are looking forward to playing the upcoming Texas Chainsaw Massacre game, you really need this PC build to play it on. PC modder Staszek "Tips" Wiertelak has devised a killer chainsaw PC that even Leatherface would be jealous of. PC mods can take on many different forms, as the people behind them pull the... Read more...
After all the rumors about insane power draw (and thus insane heat output) for the flagship model of the upcoming family of GeForce GPUs, most folks have been expecting some kind of insane, exotic cooling system for the cards. That may yet come to pass for the final release models, but the pictures above and below... Read more...
NVIDIA today quietly introduced a new entry-level graphics card, the GeForce GTX 1630. You can expect a much bigger hoopla from NVIDIA when its eventual GeForce RTX 40 series based on Ada Lovelace launches, but in the meantime, budget gamers looking for some added oomph over integrated graphics have another low end... Read more...
The GeForce RTX 30 series is already super fast. The higher-end cards in that family chew up and spit out games at high resolutions the way cards from five years ago were just starting to master 1080p. It gets a little bit silly at times when we're benchmarking these graphics cards because it is sometimes difficult to... Read more...
Turning still 2D photos into 3D rendered mesh models is not a quick or particularly easy task. Just the opposite, NVIDIA's vice president of graphics research, David Luebke, says achieving such a thing "has long been considered the holy grail unifying computer vision and computer graphics." Perhaps not for... Read more...
It's taken a minute or three, but graphics card prices are finally starting to normalize. In some cases, you can even find a GPU selling for below its launch price, something that was unheard of over the past year or so. This is all happening as the cryptocurrency market finds itself in a bit of a tailspin. That's not... Read more...
Gamers in need of a GPU upgrade face an interesting quandary—buy a graphics card now, with prices having finally started to approach MSRP levels, or wait for next-generation models, including NVIDIA's GeForce RTX 40 series based on Ada Lovelace. Those who decide to go the latter route may have to wait a little bit... Read more...
Have you heard the rumors about how hot and power-thirsty next-generation GPUs are going to be? Of course you have, because we've been covering all of those rumors and leaks for months. This story isn't about that. Instead, we're going to talk about the latest rumor, which claims that the reference design for NVIDIA's... Read more...
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