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MSI GTX 780 eyes-on: R9 270X Hawk, 280X Gaming, 290X Lightning appear

MSI GTX 780 eyes-on: R9 270X Hawk, 280X Gaming, 290X Lightning appear

There’s a new set of graphics cards being shown off this week at CES 2014 by the folks at MSI, starting with the GTX 780 Lightening, a beast with three fans. You’ve got “triple force architecture”, working with twin BIOS, a set of components that bring a hardcore design to light, and a GPU reactor. This machine is so rugged and ready for the biggest machines that it’s rolling with military Class 4 components.

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NVIDIA G-Sync monitors hands-on: BenQ, Philips, AOC, ViewSonic on tap

NVIDIA G-Sync monitors hands-on: BenQ, Philips, AOC, ViewSonic on tap

It's nearly time for NVIDIA's G-Sync gaming monitor processor technology to hit the market - closer to the reveal of this technology than to the market, to be fair, but close nonetheless. What we're having a peek at this week is a collection of monitors that've already got their final bits and pieces in them, just a few of the collection of displays that'll be released later this year. BenQ, Philips, AOC, and ViewSonic have all brought their first models to CES 2014 and NVIDIA's press event.

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NVIDIA Tegra K1 runs Unreal Engine 4 for console-matching mobile power

NVIDIA Tegra K1 runs Unreal Engine 4 for console-matching mobile power

This week the folks at NVIDIA revealed their next-generation mobile processor, the NVIDIA Tegra K1, and with it the incorporation of Unreal Engine 4 technology. This release will allow the gaming PC world to essentially converge with the mobile processing world, and as CEO of Epic Games Tim Sweeney suggests, they’ll now be able to “take absolutely anything that runs on PC or on a console and run it on Tegra.”

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Tegra K1 Denver release is NVIDIA’s first 64-bit outing

Tegra K1 Denver release is NVIDIA’s first 64-bit outing

Bringing on a 192-core processor in the NVIDIA Tegra K1 wasn't a big enough release for NVIDIA at CES 2014. Instead they had to go beyond a single Quad-core A15 iteration - they decided to deliver two iterations of this mobile processor this week - one is that quad-core version, the other is a dual-CPU-core processor based on NVIDIA Denver. Denver, if you did not know, works with 64-bit architecture.

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NVIDIA Tegra K1 official with 192-cores for mobile devices

NVIDIA Tegra K1 official with 192-cores for mobile devices

This week NVIDIA has announced the world's first 192-core superchip - or processor, if you prefer that term better. This is a chip that NVIDIA suggests does not come along a linear path from NVIDIA 2, 3, and 4. Instead of calling it Tegra 5, it'll be called the NVIDIA Tegra K1, and it'll be a whole new door opened in the mobile computing universe.

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NVIDIA SHIELD streams Batman 6000 miles away

NVIDIA SHIELD streams Batman 6000 miles away

This week NVIDIA started CES 2014 off with chat on visual computing, summoning "Next-Gen PC Gaming" as their first point of action. Speaking up on how they're continuing to make the PC world work in gaming as easy as a console with things like GeForce Experience, they've gotten 20 million downloads deep - with that app system alone - in support from the public. Here we're seeing the technology called Gamestream - a relatively new technology - working with NVIDIA GRID in a way we've never seen before.

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NVIDIA Tegra Note 7 update adds Always-On HDR, Android 4.3, more

NVIDIA Tegra Note 7 update adds Always-On HDR, Android 4.3, more

NVIDIA has updated the Tegra Note 7 to Android 4.3, pushing out a new update this morning which also boosts the DirectStylus pen technology for left-handed tableteers, and adds the much-anticipated AOHDR photography system. The new software, which will be delivered to Tegra Note 7 owners OTA, enables the always-on high dynamic range camera option that uses real-time processing to snap instant HDR images without the lag usually associated with phone and tablet cameras, the Tegra 4 powered tablet grabbing high-, low-, and regular-exposure shots simultaneously.

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