Details on an engineering sample of Nvidia’s upcoming card reveal some interesting details about its memory.
Nvidia’s rival to the Radeon 295×2 comes with a $2999 price tag.
Shield 2 features much better hardware when compared to the first-generation Shield.
Intel CEO Brian Krzanich wants to open up Intel’s foundries to third party clients, and TSMC’s troubles with 20nm Maxwell might be making a market for him.
Nvidia might be forced to re-engineer Maxwell for 28nm, if a new report holds true.
With the launch of Nvidia’s 3D Vision 2 in 2011, Nvidia thought it had the next big thing on its hands. Fast forward to 2014 and 3D gaming is all but dead. What happened?
The April update for Nvidia’s handheld game console brings an upgraded operating system, better controller-mapping software, and other substantial features.
Nvidia’s GeForce 337.50 driver delivers up to 64 percent performance improvements in DirectX 11 titles
NVIDIA claims up to 64 percent faster performance in configurations with one active GPU and up to 71 percent faster in SLI with the latest GeForce driver.
Handheld console priced at $199 until the end of April, gets new features and Android upgrade to 4.42 KitKat.
Pascal is due out in 2016 and features stacked DRAM and a new connectivity protocol called NVLink.
Nvidia’s Titan Z is a $3,000 card that features two fully-enabled GK110 GPUs, which result in a total of 5,760 cores.
Pricing will start at $550, and a premium SKU will offer EVGA’s ACX dual-fan cooler.
Nvidia has announced it will be dropping support for a range of legacy cards with Release 343 of its GeForce graphics drivers.
Nvidia’s new 800M notebook GPUs deliver more performance while utilizing less power.
Nvidia GeForce 335.23 WHQL drivers bring ‘Titanfall’ optimization, higher overclocking on GTX 750 cards
Nvidia’s latest WHQL GeForce drivers come with optimization for the newly released Titanfall and introduce higher overclocking limits on the GeForce GTX 750/750 Ti GPUs.
The GTX 750 Ti isn’t the fastest card on the block with its kh/s rate, but it offers a very competitive price-performance ratio.
Gainward has three cards in its GTX 750 lineup: the GTX 750 Ti “Golden Sample”, GeForce GTX 750 Ti and the GeForce GTX 750.
The GTX 860M brings Nvidia’s Maxwell silicon to the laptop space.
Nvidia’s newest SoC backs some impressive specs, but its unwieldy power draw will keep it from being a Qualcomm killer.
Video card manufacturer EVGA has rolled out its GeForce GTX 750 and 750 Ti cards with varying features, clocks and memory sizes.