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NVIDIA driver ready for Star Wars Battlefront Beta

NVIDIA driver ready for Star Wars Battlefront Beta

This morning NVIDIA released their game-ready GeForce GPU driver made to optimize gameplay for the Star Wars Battlefront Open Beta. This driver will come via users' GeForce Experience software and will be downloaded in moments - it's not particularly large. Settings will allow users to view the game Star Wars Battlefront in the most spectacular fashion available to them given their chosen graphics processor power. NVIDIA has also offered up an SLI profile for those that wish to roll with multiple GPUs at optimum efficiency whilst playing the Star Wars Battlefront Open Beta.

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GeForce Now launches as NVIDIA’s new Netflix for games

GeForce Now launches as NVIDIA’s new Netflix for games

Details of NVIDIA's final launch of what until now shared the name NVIDIA GRID* have been revealed - titled instead GeForce Now. NVIDIA's GeForce Now will be a key feature for the NVIDIA SHIELD Android TV device, offering up full-powered PC games streamed seamlessly to the user's living room TV. This new video games streaming service is no longer in any sort of Beta mode, coming with its own monthly fee and an introductory offer with 3-months free. This streaming game service will launch on NVIDIA SHIELD in three regions immediately: North America, Europe, and Asia Pacific.

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NVIDIA reveals desktop-class GTX 980 in a laptop

NVIDIA reveals desktop-class GTX 980 in a laptop

While NVIDIA has previously suggested they had the ability to bring desktop graphics to a laptop, never before have they actually pushed a desktop card to a laptop machine. Today they've revealed that they're bringing the desktop-class GPU GTX 980 to the laptop space. A laptop such as this will have a GPU therefor with 2048 CUDA cores, a base clock of 1126, boost clock of 1216, memory clock at 7GBPS, 4GB of RAM, and a 256-bit memory interface.

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ASUS Zen AIO S Series combines premium style with GeForce GTX 960M power

ASUS Zen AIO S Series combines premium style with GeForce GTX 960M power

ASUS has pulled the wraps off a new series of AIO PCs during IFA 2015. The new range of machines is called the Zen AiO S Series and they look very much like gold version of an iMac. There are two machines in the S series line including the 23.8-inch AiO S Z240IC and the 21.5-inch AiO S Z220IC. Both of the models share many common features with all-aluminum designs. Processors up to the 6th-generation Intel Core i7 are available. Buyers can also choose to fit the machine with up to NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960M gaming grade graphics with up to 4GB of video memory.

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Nvidia’s GeForce Experience app brings gameplay sharing to PC

Nvidia’s GeForce Experience app brings gameplay sharing to PC

When the PlayStation 4 debuted, one of the coolest features about the new hardware was the "Share" feature, which let players stream their gameplay live to another PS4 owner, and even let them take over the controls. Well, Nvidia is bringing that same functionality to PC games with an update to its GeForce Experience app. The software is being updated next month with beta access to the new GameStream Co-op feature, along with a few other tools for recording and broadcasting gameplay footage.

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EVGA NVIDIA GeForce GTX 950 Review: budget gaming’s new king

EVGA NVIDIA GeForce GTX 950 Review: budget gaming’s new king

NVIDIA reveals the GeForce GTX 950 graphics card, a sweet spot for gamers not aiming to break the bank for competition-level play. This graphics card will cost you a cool $160 USD - depending on the model you opt for - and it'll be sitting kindly alongside cards like the slightly smaller GTX 750 Ti. This card isn't meant to battle at 4K, but to keep your pocketbook from starting on fire as it delivers graphics on the higher end of 1080p. Still using a monitor you bought four years ago and feel comfortable with using today? Have a peek at the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 950.

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NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 Ti Review

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 Ti Review

When we saw the NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan X, we knew it was only a matter of time before the company brought heat to the slightly more pocket-friendly segment. For gamers that want top-of-the-line performance without dropping a thousand bucks on a GPU, there's the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 Ti. This card takes the $650 spot in NVIDIA's lineup, carving out a place for itself with 6GB of GDDR5 RAM, 2816 CUDA cores, and and the same clock speeds as the king Titan X. With just 8% less CUDA goodness than the $1k X, you're getting this card for a whole lot cheaper.

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NVIDIA GTX 980 Ti arrives with 4K, VR, DirectX 12 in tow

NVIDIA GTX 980 Ti arrives with 4K, VR, DirectX 12 in tow

At Computex in Taiwan this week, NVIDIA is going out guns ablazing to woo gamers of all shapes, sizes, and hardware preferences, with the availability of the Android TV NVIDIA SHIELD console to notebooks equipped with G-SYNC modules. Now for the desktop gamers at heart, it is revealing the GTX 980 Ti, it's latest flagship graphics card that promises to bring the latest gaming trends to desktop users. Its most future-ready GeForce GPU yet, this second generation Maxwell card supports not just 4K content but also Virtual Reality and the upcoming DirectX 12 on Windows 10.

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For Star Wars, live motion capture is the future

For Star Wars, live motion capture is the future

Today we're taking a peek at how Star Wars is being made. The creation process, you'll find, isn't all that different from how video games are made. Video games like Star Wars 1313. Even though J.J. Abrams has assured the public time and time again that practical effects are king in Star Wars: The Force Awakens, we've got reason to believe that this doesn't necessarily mean that everything is as it seems --here we'll also be explaining why that's not necessarily a bad thing.

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BenQ XL2420G G-Sync gaming monitor Review

BenQ XL2420G G-Sync gaming monitor Review

We've been using the BenQ XL2420G G-Sync monitor for the past several weeks and can safely say - without a doubt - this is easily one of the finest gaming monitors on the market. While we first said goodbye to V-sync forever all the way back in December of 2013 with our first G-Sync 101 and introduction, we've since seen a few monitors in the wild with the technology in-action. This beast had a lot to live up to after our look at the Acer XB280HK back in September.

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DIGITS DevBox detailed by NVIDIA with Titan X inside

DIGITS DevBox detailed by NVIDIA with Titan X inside

A high-powered developer-only computer, DIGITS DevBox, has been revealed by NVIDIA this week with the NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan X graphics processor inside. In fact there are four Titan X cards inside, and every component in the DIGITS DevBox has been optimized by the company to deliver what NVIDIA CEO and co-founder Jen-Hsun Huang described as "highly efficient performance for the toughest deep learning research." This mating domes with the DIGITS software package, as well, including Caffe, Theano, Torch, and cuDNN 2.0, a set of software aimed directly at deep learning work.

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GeForce GTX Titan X detailed and priced by NVIDIA

GeForce GTX Titan X detailed and priced by NVIDIA

Today NVIDIA has revealed their newest, most powerful graphics card to the public: GeForce GTX Titan X. This device was teased at the Epic Games keynote earlier this month at GDC 2015 - here at GTC 2015, it's being revealed in full. This card works with NVIDIA's GM200 GPU, rolling with 3072 CUDA Cores, a 384-bit memory interface, 7GHz memory clock, and peak memory bandwidth of 336.5GB/sec. That's a cool 50% increase over the peak bandwidth of this card's release predecessor, the GeForce GTX 980 (have a peek at our GTX 980 Review to get an idea of where we're going from here).

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