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  • Nvidia CEO Says RTX 3080 and 3090 Shortages to Last Until 2021

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    Nvidia CEO Says RTX 3080 and 3090 Shortages to Last Until 2021

    Good luck getting a card before the new year.

    If you thought that the supply would start to match the insane demand for the Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080 and RTX 3090 cards any time soon, you are sorely mistaken. Things aren't looking too good for the RTX 3070 either, but that's another story entirely.

    Today, Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang said that demand will continue to vastly surpass supply through the end of the year. Huang's remarks comes during a recent Q&A session with...
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  • RTX 3070 Launch is Delayed

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    RTX 3070 Launch is Delayed

    Follows a string of terrible hardware launches.

    Nvidia announced today that the launch of the RTX 3070 has been delayed. The card was slated to be released on October 15, 2020 but will now instead be released on Thursday, October 29th.

    The reason for the delay stems from Nvidia's desire to have more cards available on launch day. This move will also allow Nvidia's AIB partners to get more cards available for the global launch.

    This move is 100% in response...
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  • NVIDIA Reflex Comes to Call of Duty: Warzone

    NVIDIA Reflex Comes to Call of Duty: Warzone

    Get ready for reduced system latency.

    A new Game Ready driver paired with a new game update will enable NVIDIA Reflex support for Call of Duty: Warzone and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare today. NVIDIA Reflex is a new technology that utilizes GPU, G-Sync displays, and in-game support to reduce system latency in select competitive titles.

    The Game Ready driver is already out (driver 456.55 WHQL). The game update won't be out until 10PM (PT) tonight. This NVIDIA Reflex improvement...
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  • Nvidia Explains How they Screwed Up the RTX 3080 Launch

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    Nvidia Explains How they Screwed Up the RTX 3080 Launch

    The launch of the RTX 3080 was a disaster.

    This week saw an arms race between the PlayStation 5 and the Nvidia RTX 3080 as they both tried their damnedest to be purchased by as many people as possible in as short a time as possible. Both suffered from a small supply of stock. Both suffered from busy websites crashing as people tried to get their orders in. One, the PlayStation 5, had surprised purchase windows popping up over the course of a day following its price and release date...
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  • Nvidia Announces 30 Series GPUs

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    Nvidia Announces 30 Series GPUs

    Say hello to the RTX 3070, 3080, and 3090.

    Nvidia has officially revealed its new GeForce RTX 30xx series of video cards today. Specifically, they unveiled the RTX 3070, RTX 3080, and RTX 3090 graphics cards as part of a special online reveal event. CEO of Nvidia, Jensen Huang, donned his iconic jacket from the comfort of his kitchen in order to make today's reveal.

    These cards are coming roughly two years after the release of their 20xx series of cards. The 20xx series...
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  • Nvidia Ampere to Use 12-pin Power Adapter

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    Nvidia Ampere to Use 12-pin Power Adapter

    And up to 850W power supply requirement.

    Those of you who have picked up a modern video card in the past several years have probably already had to deal with the dual 8-pin power connectors. Nvidia has reportedly been working on a new 12-pin PCIe power adapter for their upcoming Ampere (30xx series) lineup of cards. This will take that existing 2x8-pin connector and shrink it down to a single 12-pin connector.

    Andreas Schilling over at HardwareLuxx received a Seasonic...
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  • Nvidia Releases DirectX 12 Ultimate Game Ready Driver

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    Nvidia Releases DirectX 12 Ultimate Game Ready Driver

    DirectX 12 Ultimate included in latest driver update.

    Earlier in the day on June 24, Nvidia released a new GeForce Game Ready Driver for RTX and GTX users. Today's latest driver update, 451.48 (WHQL), can be downloaded and installed manually or through the GeForce Experience.

    The major inclusion in this driver update is obviously DirectX 12 Ultimate. This driver, coupled with the Windows 10 May 2020 update (version 2004) standardizes a lot of Nvidia's RTX technologies...
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  • Nvidia's Game Streaming Service Finally Leaves Beta

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    Nvidia's Game Streaming Service Finally Leaves Beta

    GeForce Now is now live.

    After quite some time cooking in a development oven, Nvidia has finally released their game-streaming service to everyone. They call it GeForce Now and is an already fairly proven competitor to other streaming services such as Google Stadia and Microsoft's upcoming Project xCloud.

    While Stadia relies more on a Google curated list of games and xCloud is mainly focused on Xbox titles, GeForce Now attempts to let you stream just about any PC game...
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  • Early RTX 3080 Specs Leak

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    Early RTX 3080 Specs Leak

    You ready for GPUs to have 20GB of VRAM?

    Later this year, Nvidia will launch their next generation of video cards. The lineup will make use of their upcoming Ampere architecture and will power their 3xxx series. Not much is really known about the cards, but a new leak may have the first hints of what to expect.

    The leak originates from Chinese website Mydrivers.com, and suggests that some of the 3xxx series will include up to 20GB of GDDR6 memory. The information, as translated...
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  • New Nvidia Driver Adds Framerate Limiter, VRSS for VR, and More

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    New Nvidia Driver Adds Framerate Limiter, VRSS for VR, and More

    The 441.87 driver update is feature filled.

    Nvidia released a special "CES" branded driver update today for their video cards. The 441.87 driver includes a number of new features that Nvidia GPU owners across a few different generations will get to make use of. This driver update also includes a very interesting new feature for those who have VR devices. ...
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  • Nvidia Announces 360Hz Monitor for Competitive Gaming

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    Nvidia Announces 360Hz Monitor for Competitive Gaming

    Nvidia showed of a new 1080p, 360Hz monitor at CES.

    When it comes to monitors, more is usually better, so long as you aren't talking about response times at least. More resolution means more pixels which means better image quality. More Hertz (Hz) means higher refresh rates which means the gameplay animations are smoother. Of course, to get these high resolutions or refresh rates, you need a powerful system that can support them.

    If you do have a beefy system and you feel...
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  • Deliver Us the Moon Update Turns on RTX Features

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    Deliver Us the Moon Update Turns on RTX Features

    Real-time raytracing added to the game in the latest update.

    A new update for Deliver Us the Moon, was released that should make RTX video card owners rather happy. The new update incorporated new real-time ray tracing support for this sci-fi focused adventure. In addition to the lovely ray tracing, the game also includes global illumination lighting. All in all, this should make for a real nice looking game for those with the hardware to push it to the max.

    In addition...
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  • Quake II RTX Dated for June 6

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    Quake II RTX Dated for June 6

    What's old is new again.

    Nvidia just released the "official announce trailer" today for Quake II RTX, or Quake II with real-time ray tracing for those not in the know. There will be a free release to Windows and Linux users on June 6. Please note that this is not the same as the user created mod called "Q2VKPT."

    But what exactly is Quake II RTX? It's the beloved classic FPS, Quake II, with modern, real-time ray tracing technology added to it. This...
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  • New 425.31 Nvidia Drivers Bring Ray Tracing to Older GTX Cards

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    New 425.31 Nvidia Drivers Bring Ray Tracing to Older GTX Cards

    Remember about a month back when we told you that ray tracing was coming to those with non-RTX Nvidia cards? That day has finally arrived. With today's release of the 425.31 drivers, those on 1060 and higher cards can now give real-time ray tracing a spin.

    Since all of these older cards lack the special hardware that helps to speed up DirectX Raytracing (DXR) in games, don't expect to have fantastic framerates. However, if you understand what you're getting yourself into, go nuts with...
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  • Nvidia Announces Real-time Ray Tracing for Older GTX Cards

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    Nvidia Announces Real-time Ray Tracing for Older GTX Cards


    Nvidia just announced today that they are bringing real-time ray tracing to their GTX lineup of cards. This support will begin with a driver update currently slated for some time in April.

    Get ready to have your framerates destroyed. Think about it this way: Nvidia's RTX cards have special hardware that is dedicated to handling the load of real-time ray tracing. Even with this special hardware, enabling real-time ray tracing still destroys framerates on these new cards.
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