Nvidia brings the power of RTX and ray-tracing to its game streaming service GeForce NOW, launches it worldwide for $4.99 a month.
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NVIDIA's latest Game Ready driver introduces new ultra-low latency mode, Integer Scaling, and more performance-related improvements.
NVIDIA's GeForce NOW cloud gaming service will soon be available on Android phones.
Minecraft's upcoming support for ray tracing will introduce a new look for Minecraft, adding realistic lighting, volumetric water, vibrant colors, and emissive textures
Less than a year after it launched the original RTX 20-series of GPUs, Nvidia is already upgrading the RTX 20-series with new SUPER variants.
NVIDIA outbid microprocessor giant Intel, which was looking to use Mellanox to expand its datacenter capabilities.
NVIDIA launches a new $279 GPU based on the Turing architecture, promising to offer 120fps on popular games.
NVIDIA announces new RTX GPUs for laptops, a new $349 RTX 2060, and expands G-Sync to monitors that originally didn't support the tech.
NVIDIA has announced that latest addition to their GPU lineup, the 20xx series, and with a hefty price tag comes significantly improved performance.
NVIDIA announced the Titan V earlier this month and while it's not targeted as a gaming card, it does set a new benchmark for performance.
The 1080Ti is a high-end graphics card for gamers who are looking for a no-comprise solution get achieve higher framerates.