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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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  • ASUS Teamed Up with Noctua to Make New RTX 3070 Graphics Cards

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    ASUS Teamed Up with Noctua to Make New RTX 3070 Graphics Cards

    Another card you won't be able to buy.

    ASUS and Noctua just announced that they have teamed up to create a new and rather unique new GPU based off of the Nvidia RTX 3070 cards. The ASUS GeForce RTX 3070 Noctua Edition combines a 3070 with Noctua fans, specifically two NF-A12x25 120mm fans, and a custom heatsink that has been co-engineered by Noctua.

    This GPU is said to reduce noise levels by up to 15dB(A) in certain conditions. A comprehensive breakdown of noise and cooling...
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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 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 Announces GTX 1080Ti - 35% Performance Gains, $699 Price, Arrives March 5

    Nvidia delivered some damn fine news yesterday during their early GDC 2017 presentation. First off, Nvidia has officially lowered the MSRP for the base GTX 1080 by $100 (USD). This puts the MSRP to around $500 for the 1080.

    After they did this, they announced the GTX 1080Ti for $699. This $700 card offers more performance than a Titan X Pascal for well under the Titan X's $1200 asking price. What are we looking at here with the 1080Ti? It features 11GB of GDDR5X RAM, memory...
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  • Nvidia Announces GTX 1080Ti - 35% Performance Gains, $699 Price, Arrives March 5

    Nvidia delivered some damn fine news yesterday during their early GDC 2017 presentation. First off, Nvidia has officially lowered the MSRP for...
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  • Nvidia Discontinuing Driver Support for DirectX 10 Legacy Products

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    Nvidia Discontinuing Driver Support for DirectX 10 Legacy Products

    After driver Release 340 (starting with Release 343), Nvidia will no longer support legacy DirectX 10 video cards. Release 340 will reportedly "continue to support these products until April 1, 2016." This does include the GeForce 8800 line of cards that many people still swear by.

    The cards that will be left out in the cold can be seen at the Nvidia help page linked above or in the image below.

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  • Nvidia Discontinuing Driver Support for DirectX 10 Legacy Products

    After driver Release 340 (starting with Release 343), Nvidia will no longer support legacy DirectX 10 video cards. Release 340 will reportedly "continue...
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  • New AMD and Nvidia Drivers Released for Battlefield 4

    New AMD and Nvidia Drivers Released for Battlefield 4

    These came out yesterday but both AMD and Nvidia have fresh drivers available for you to download that promise increased performance in Battlefield 4.

    Nvidia offers up the GeForce 331.65 WHQL drivers. These drivers also include GeForce Experience 1.7 and a beta for ShadowPlay, which allows you to record game footage with minimal impact on 6xx and 7xx series GPUs. These drivers are recommended for Battlefield 4, Call of Duty: Ghosts, and Batman: Arkham Origins. AMD released th...
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  • New AMD and Nvidia Drivers Released for Battlefield 4

    These came out yesterday but both AMD and Nvidia have fresh drivers available for you to download that promise increased performance in Battlefield 4....
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