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10 things you need to know about NVIDIA’s TITAN X

10 things you need to know about NVIDIA’s TITAN X

Today NVIDIA reveals its next most powerful graphics processing unit in the world, the NVIDIA TITAN X. This graphics card will cost users a cool $1200 - or around that thereabouts - and will very likely crush all graphics cards that came before it. According to NVIDIA, the creation of this graphics card was hinged on a bet. According to NVIDIA, "Brian Kelleher, our top hardware engineer, bet our CEO, Jen-Hsun Huang, we could get more than 10 teraflops of computing performance from a single chip."

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New NVIDIA Titan X promises even more “irresponsible peformance”

New NVIDIA Titan X promises even more “irresponsible peformance”

Back in early 2015, NVIDIA unveiled what it billed was the biggest jump in supercomputing. But while it poised the Titan X as the world's fastest GPU, it quickly dethroned that itself when it introduced the GTX 1080 a year later. Now the Titan X is back with a vengeance. It still has the same name, albeit with a "new" prepended to it, but now packs even more cores and more transistors than either the GTX 1080 or its predecessor. Naturally, it also packs a higher price tag.

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Acer Predator G1 release date set with GTX 1080

Acer Predator G1 release date set with GTX 1080

The Acer Predator G1 (aka G1-710-70001) has been made available this week with an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 graphics card inside. This desktop is being made available on pre-order starting this afternoon at a starting price of $2299. As mentioned earlier this year is the setup users will receive if they purchase this desktop starting today (for a limited time), in which a DVD version of Ubisoft's Tom Clancy's The Division game will be included, as well as a "wheeled carrying case" for the PC.

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NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 preview

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 preview

It's come time to bring power with Pascal to the budget performance environment, ready to roll up against the AMD Radeon RX 480 head-to-head from the get-go. This card is (once again) unique in its offering of a Founders Edition, this time coming with a "limited edition" tag whilst listed at NVIDIA's website. This Founders Edition card is the one we've got our hands on now, and which we'll be reviewing soon.

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NVIDIA SHIELD Android TV gets Plex server, HDR Netflix, 4K VUDU

NVIDIA SHIELD Android TV gets Plex server, HDR Netflix, 4K VUDU

The NVIDIA SHIELD is a nifty Android device that is quite perfect for developing graphics intensive apps, like games, thanks to its NVIDIA Tegra X1 chip and the shiny new Vulkan API.But at its heart, it is an entertainment device with a disposition for high quality, high resolution video. That nature is all the more emphasized in the latest firmware 3.2 update that brings, among other things, Plex server, support for 4K videos on VUDU and YouTube, and Netlix in HDR mode.

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NVIDIA SHIELD Tablet K1 gets “professional audio” support

NVIDIA SHIELD Tablet K1 gets “professional audio” support

NVIDIA has traditionally been seen as a "good citizen" when it comes to the speed and frequency of rolling out Android updates and this latest one cements that image. No, there isn't a new Android version released (unless you count the new Android N Preview, but that's another story). That, however, isn't stopping NVIDIA from pushing out an update to the SHIELD Tablet K1 that could still delight owners. The update is short but substantial, giving users the ability to split navigation buttons and adding support for hi-res audio.

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Plex Media Server comes to the NVIDIA Shield

Plex Media Server comes to the NVIDIA Shield

If you've got an NVIDIA Shield, then you already know that it's a useful device for both gaming, and watching movies. It already has apps for your favorite streaming services, as well as a 500GB hard drive for storing your own movies, but today it's getting even more useful.

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Colorful motherboard embeds an NVIDIA GTX 1070

Colorful motherboard embeds an NVIDIA GTX 1070

In the mobile device world, it isn't unusual for pieces to have its components soldered tight together, like systems-on-chip, which house CPU and GPU, to motherboards. In the PC market, especially desktops, that idea is both unconventional and at times even heretical. One relatively less known motherboard maker is trying to buck the trend, though the exact marketing spiel is still unknown. Colorful, not the adjective but the name of that manufacturer, has one such motherboard that is practically half made up of an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070.

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Aura is an AIO gaming PC that packs a GTX 1080 inside

Aura is an AIO gaming PC that packs a GTX 1080 inside

When I think of all-in-one computer solutions, I tend to either think of an iMac, or another company's attempt at creating the new family computer. Generally, serious computing power is traded for sleek style. Even in the highest-end iMac, you'll only find a mobile GPU to power your graphics. This is fine for most applications, but not for gaming. But don't worry, one company is building an all-in-one that's aimed directly at gamers.

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NVIDIA GTX 1070 Founder’s Edition Review

NVIDIA GTX 1070 Founder’s Edition Review

Earlier this month, NVIDIA revealed the two latest graphics cards to join their roster. Powered by the new Pascal architecture, the company made some pretty big promises for the line. The GTX 1080 hit stores just a couple of days ago, and you can see our review of the Founder's Edition here. But today, we're going to take a look at its little brother, the GTX 1070.

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Rise of the VR-ready Backpack PC: Aorus, HP, MSI, ZOTAC

Rise of the VR-ready Backpack PC: Aorus, HP, MSI, ZOTAC

This week both HP and MSI have revealed Backback PCs - computers that act like desktops but fit on your back, preparing you for a full-range, untethered VR experience. It would seem at first as though they would be leading the way - most average citizens have never seen a Backpack PC before, right? But that's just not true - at least three different groups have made the Backpack PC a real, working model before now - but only now are we truly starting to reach a first stride.

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HP outs latest Omen desktop gaming PC and 32-inch display

HP outs latest Omen desktop gaming PC and 32-inch display

HP has added a new gaming desktop and a new gaming display to its Omen line. The desktop computer is called the Omen Desktop and it is certified for virtual reality and crams some of the latest NVIDIA graphics cards inside. The Omen desktop can be fitted with the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 inside as well as other NVIDIA graphics options.

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