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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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  • Anthem CES 2019 Trailer

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    Anthem CES 2019 Trailer


    Anthem made an appearance at CES 2019 already. Nvidia showed off some 4K footage of Anthem gameplay during their CES 2019 keynote presentation. There isn't too much to say here that hasn't already been said before. Just enjoy the new gameplay footage!

    Anthem will have a "VIP Demo" starting on January 25. The full game will be released on February 22 for the PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4.

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  • Nvidia Finally Begins to Adopt Universal Adaptive-Sync, Opens Doors to More G-Sync Compatible Monitors


    As part of their CES 2019 keynote presentation, Nvidia announced that they will begin to support a number of "G-Sync Compatible" monitors.

    In short, Nvidia is opening the door, albeit slowly, to supporting monitors that use VESA's Adaptive-Sync technologies that aren't specifically called "G-Sync." G-Sync just being Nvidia's specific form of Adaptive-Sync that they make users pay a premium for by way of specialized monitors. Adaptive-Sync was created by VESA...
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  • Battlefield V is Now the First Game to Support Ray Tracing

    Battlefield V is Now the First Game to Support Ray Tracing

    With today's update to the game, Battlefield V is now the first game out there to support DirectX's real-time ray tracing (DXR). If you own an Nvidia 20xx card, you may want to check it out for yourself. Or maybe don't, because the performance hit is, to put it mildly, massive.
    So, what is ray tracing? Essentially, an algorithm traces the path of light from many different viewpoints and simulates the way it interacts with 3D objects in the scene. As the ray moves through the scene it
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  • NVIDIA RTX 20xx Series Coming in September, RTX 2080 Ti Starts at $1200

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    NVIDIA RTX 20xx Series Coming in September, RTX 2080 Ti Starts at $1200

    As you probably heard by now, if you read some previous news posts here, NVIDIA held their pre-Gamescom 2018 event today. During the event, they announced that their Turing powered lineup of graphics cards will be released starting on September 20. They're making the jump from the 10xx line straight up to 20xx cards, beginning with the $499 (USD) RTX 2070. The GeForce RTX 2080 will go for $799. The GeForce RTX 2080 Ti will start at $1,199. RTX? Yep. Nvidia is also re-branding from "GTX" ...
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  • Shadow of the Tomb Raider to Utilize Real-Time Ray Tracing Technology from Nvidia

    Shadow of the Tomb Raider joins the ever growing list of games that will make use of Nvidia's real-time ray tracing. This was announced a short time ago today during Nvidia's event at a pre-Gamescom event. A real-time demo of Shadow of the Tomb Raider running with the real-time ray tracing tech will be shown this week during Gamescom 2018 behind closed doors. However, you can also watch this new technology trailer that was released to the public today to get a sample of what it looks li...
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  • Battlefield V Open Beta Begins September 4; New Ray Tracing Features Announced

    The open beta for Battlefield V begins on September 4 for those that pre-order the game and on September 6 for everyone else. This open beta will be available to everyone on the PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4.

    This beta will include the Rotterdam map on Conquest mode and the Arctic Fjord map on Conquest and Grand Operations. DICE and EA showed off some Rotterdam gameplay a few days ago. This is the same footage that they're showing off this week at Gamescom 2018. In addition...
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  • Nvidia Announces Pre-Gamescom Event, Start Your Speculation Articles Now

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    Nvidia Announces Pre-Gamescom Event, Start Your Speculation Articles Now

    Nvidia just announced that they will hold a special "GeForce Gaming Celebration" event the day before Gamescom 2018. This "celebration" will be held on August 20 at 6PM (CET). Gamescom 2018 obviously taking place from August 21-25 in Cologne, Germany.
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