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  • New Graphics Cards Announced by AMD, Nvidia, and Intel at CES 2022

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    New Graphics Cards Announced by AMD, Nvidia, and Intel at CES 2022

    More hardware that will be in short supply that you will never get to buy.

    CES 2022 is underway, though there really isn't much of an "in-person" presence this year. Even still, some new tech was announced on the first day that was worth sharing. AMD and Nvidia both announced new releases of their current lineup of Radeon and GeForce cards respectively. Intel announced its first generation of Arc series GPUs.

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    AMD announed the Radeon RX 6500 XT. This...
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  • EVGA to Replace All RTX 3090 Cards Killed by New World

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    EVGA to Replace All RTX 3090 Cards Killed by New World

    Don't worry, your $2,000+ purchase is safe.

    EVGA has confirmed to PCGamer that they will indeed replace all of their Nvidia GeForce RTX 3090 cards that have met an unfortunate and premature end at the hands of the New World MMO. A spokesperson for EVGA says, "yes, all failed 3090s are being replaced."

    It's still not particularly clear as to what the reason is behind multiple 3090 (and other high-end GPUs) succumbing to an early death at the hands of the new MMORPG...
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  • New World MMO Blamed for Bricking Nvidia GPUs (Update 2)

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    New World MMO Blamed for Bricking Nvidia GPUs (Update 2)

    This seems to mainly impact RTX 3090 cards made by EVGA.

    Update 2 (8:03PM ET on July 21, 2021): JayzTwoCents has tweeted out that he has received reports of 6900 XT and 6800 cards from AMD also encountering issues where they have died while playing New World.

    These two card models are the two most powerful cards currently available on the market from AMD.

    This does seem to indicate that it's not limited to Nvidia hardware. We'll be sure to update this as new...
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  • Over $330,000 Worth of RTX 3090s Stolen

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    Over $330,000 Worth of RTX 3090s Stolen

    40 cargo boxes lifted from an MSI warehouse.

    It seems as though the demand for 30 series cards from Nvidia just reached all-new highs. It has been reported that 40 cargo boxes, or over 200 individual boxes of RTX 3090 cards were lifted from an MSI factory in China. Going by their MSRP, this equates to the theft of roughly $336,000 worth of stolen video cards.

    MSI has reportedly already alerted the authorities to the theft. They are also offering up a reward of nearly $15,000...
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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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  • 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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