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Batman: Arkham City PC Review

Batman: Arkham City PC Review

When you speak about Batman: Arkham City, you speak about not only the next chapter in a line of games that've redefined the superhero genre of video games, but have taken the ultra-immersive nature of the detective / puzzle solving game and have made it intuitive enough to be enjoyable for all - and the graphics are absolutely unmatched. What we've got here is a rig provided by NVIDIA to test this game specifically, an Alienware M17xR3 gaming laptop with a GeForce GTX 580 DirectX 11 GPU inside, this along with the newest set of NVIDIA 3D Vision 2 wireless 3D glasses. It's a very GREEN situation, needless to say, and playing the most advanced game on the market with the most impressive graphics processor on the planet, this is almost a no-brainer.

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YouTube now offering NVIDIA 3D Vision video streaming globally

YouTube now offering NVIDIA 3D Vision video streaming globally

One big factor that is holding back the adoption of 3D in the home is the lack of content. The other big factor is the high cost of 3D hardware. NVIDIA has been offering its 3D Vision system for the PC for a while and the system is reasonably priced compared to 3D TVs for the living room. NVIDIA has made a big announcement along with YouTube today. 3D Vision compatible video is now being streamed globally via YouTube.

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Toshiba Qosmio X770 3D packs Core i7 and 3D webcam

Toshiba Qosmio X770 3D packs Core i7 and 3D webcam

Toshiba is readying a new gaming notebook, the Qosmio X770, which will also be available as a 3D version using NVIDIA's 3D Vision technology. The X770, Notebook Italia discovered, has a 17.3-inch 1920 x 1080 Full HD display packed into a distinctively-colored desktop replacement chassis; inside there's Intel's 2.0GHz Core i7-2630QM processor (with a 2.9GHz potential Turbo Boost overclock) and a pair of hard-drives, one of which is a hybrid HDD/SSD model.

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NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560 debuts at $199, plus beta R275 uber-drivers

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560 debuts at $199, plus beta R275 uber-drivers

NVIDIA has outed its latest video card, the GeForce GTX 560, slotting into the competitive $199 price segment and offering 336 CUDA cores, an 810-950MHz graphics clock and 1620-1900MHz processor clock, along with 1GB of GDDR5 memory with a 256-bit interface. Meanwhile, NVIDIA has also released its new beta GeForce R275 drivers, promising boosted performance across various games and new 3D Vision support for more than 525 new titles.

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NVIDIA 3DTV Play Software Available Now

NVIDIA 3DTV Play Software Available Now

There are a few companies out there pushing for 3D technology to find nearly every facet of our technologically-focused lives. From our computers, to our video game consoles, and especially our TVs, the 3D revolution is an on-going push into the future from some of the biggest names in the business. NVIDIA is one of those companies, pushing for the 3D gaming experience as hard as they can, but until now mainly focusing on the computer end of things. Today, after unveiling the 3DTV Play Software all the way back in March, NVIDIA is announcing it's available now.

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