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NVIDIA ShadowPlay released for ease in screen recording

NVIDIA ShadowPlay released for ease in screen recording

This morning NVIDIA sent out the newest version of the GeForce Experience, a software suite allowing users to optimize the settings of their games based on the NVIDIA GeForce GTX graphics processor they have running. This suite gained a major addition this week called ShadowPlay. ShadowPlay allows the user to add a high-powered screen video recording system to their experience with a tap of a switch and a set of shortcuts.

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NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 Ti release set with market structure details

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 Ti release set with market structure details

It would appear that we'll still be getting the full run-down on the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 Ti piecemeal as the company's push today includes no more than a price and release date. Readied for the 7th of November, this graphics card is set to out-do the current high-performing GeForce GTX 780 in price. This should follow with the normal "Ti" boosts in performance, suggesting we'll be seeing a card that's much closer to the performance of the highest-end NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan.

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AMD Radeon R9 290X released for real, details and all

AMD Radeon R9 290X released for real, details and all

Though the AMD Radeon R9 290X was teased last month, details have not been shared in full until this morning. Along with the release of these details comes confirmation in full of the power of the device, along with the fact that AMD aims for this graphics card to be their headline unit, top to bottom. This card works with a mighty 2,816 stream processor, 4GB VRAM, AMD-integrated TrueAudio, and a fat 512-bit memory bus - and it's prepared for 4K output, of course.

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NVIDIA Editor’s Day 2013 Wrap-up: G-Sync, 4K, and gaming’s blurred lines

NVIDIA Editor’s Day 2013 Wrap-up: G-Sync, 4K, and gaming’s blurred lines

Though the event continues to be called "Editor's Day", this week we had an extended stay with NVIDIA in Montreal, learning about the company's newest in gaming development and hardware innovation. The biggest news of the event was surely the unveiling of G-Sync, a hardware module made by NVIDIA to be planted in the backs of high-end gaming monitors, making their functions slave to GeForce GTX graphics cards, but that wasn't the only big push made by the company for industry. Also making appearances were NVIDIA SHIELD, development initiatives through GameWorks, and some of the biggest names in game development today.

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NVIDIA GameWorks gets real: Flame Works, FLEX for PhysX, GI Works for shadows

NVIDIA GameWorks gets real: Flame Works, FLEX for PhysX, GI Works for shadows

In an effort to expand the understanding the public has of the developer program NVIDIA has in GameWorks, this week they've taken the stage with showings of a couple of new (or otherwise newly branded) technologies called FLEX and Flame Works. With FLEX, you're working with a newly collected set of unified GPU PhysX - bouncing effects, water effects, and cloth. With Flame Works you're working with volumetric effects like smoke and fire - demonstrated by a friendly dragon in a short demo in tune.

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Star Citizen hands-on with 4K: rolling in space on pre-release

Star Citizen hands-on with 4K: rolling in space on pre-release

In what's essentially a very, very early build of Star Citizen here at NVIDIA's Montreal 2013 event, we've gotten the opportunity to get up-close and hands-on with the likes of 4K output. This game isn't out on the market yet - it's still rolling in funding cash, in fact, having just reached a $23 million dollar point this week. We've found this game rolling out on a massively powerful dual-card (NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titans, as it were) gaming build from Maingear - the same we saw yesterday kicking out the jams with Assassin's Creed 4: Black Flag. Here we're also seeing some fabulous NVIDIA-pushed next-generation development taking full effect as well.

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NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 Ti official as “high-end enthusiast” GPU

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 Ti official as “high-end enthusiast” GPU

This week the folks at NVIDIA unveiled several pieces of technology not many could have predicted, but one thing sticks as it is with essentially any of the company's gaming events: a brand new graphics card was shown. This card goes by the name NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 Ti, and though we've not got one whole heck of a lot of detail on it yet, we do know that it'll be presented as a "high-end enthusiast" graphics card in the near future.

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NVIDIA G-Sync eyes-on shows slave gaming monitor in action

NVIDIA G-Sync eyes-on shows slave gaming monitor in action

This week the folks at NVIDIA have done a demonstration of G-Sync with the G-Sync Module, their newest in graphics technology to drive forward the universe of gaming graphics. Here we're seeing a G-Sync-equipped ASUS monitor next to a unit without, the both of them running the same technology otherwise. This piece of hardware - hidden here - is the G-Sync module, turning the monitor into a slave to the graphics processor inside the PC.

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NVIDIA Geforce streaming hits Twitch at 60fps with Shadowplay this month

NVIDIA Geforce streaming hits Twitch at 60fps with Shadowplay this month

The feature inside NVIDIA GeForce Experience known as Shadowplay has been announced as appearing for the public on the 28th of October - this announcement has been made alongside word that the GeForce Experience will allow direct streaming to Twitch. This push has been made at NVIDIA's Montreal event this week, amid talk of new NVIDIA SHIELD abilities with streaming called GameStream - readying the world for streaming from NVIDIA GRID, while we're at it. Here with integration with Twitch, users will be able to make their entire gaming experience public - instantly - and at 1080p and at 60fps as they do so.

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NVIDIA Project Logan runs Faceworks in real time

NVIDIA Project Logan runs Faceworks in real time

This week at an event in Montreal, NVIDIA showed off the high-powered demo software called Faceworks (previously working on NVIDIA Titan processors for PC) working on the next-generation mobile-aimed processor Project Logan. This processor will almost certainly be re-named Tegra 5 as each "Project" codename has been re-named "Tegra #", and what we've seen here is an ultra high-powered graphics-intensive beast of a demo on it running just as smoothly as we've seen it run on some of the most powerful graphics processors available from NVIDIA for desktop machines.

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