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New NVIDIA GeForce RTX laptops start at $1k, RTX Super gets creative

New NVIDIA GeForce RTX laptops start at $1k, RTX Super gets creative

A total of ten laptops were revealed today newly fitted with NVIDIA GeForce RTX SUPER GPUs and 10th Gen Intel Core processors. NVIDIA says that these graphics processors are "the industry's fastest, most power-efficient available today." NVIDIA's claimed that these GPUs are able to render 3D graphics up to 13x faster than a CPU, and up to 10x faster than a CPU for video editing. In other words, these laptops are made for more than gaming.

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NVIDIA’s DLSS 2.0 details: Better graphics made easier with AI

NVIDIA’s DLSS 2.0 details: Better graphics made easier with AI

DLSS 2.0 (Deep Learning Super Sampling) might be just the game-changing graphics technology we need at this strange point in history. DLSS 2.0 uses dedicated AI processors (Tensor Cores) on NVIDIA GeForce RTX graphics cards to bring boosted frame rates without the blurry textures that usually come along for the ride. While DLSS 2.0 works with improved speed and quality, it's the compatibility that's the most important part of the puzzle.

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GeForce NOW lets Cyberpunk 2077 stream to Mac and Android on launch day

GeForce NOW lets Cyberpunk 2077 stream to Mac and Android on launch day

Cyberpunk 2077 will be playable on an Apple computer on launch day - despite its complete lack of compatibility with macOS (or Mac OS, if you prefer). This release works with GeForce NOW, the NVIDIA game streaming system that allows users to take advantage of NVIDIA's game servers to play anywhere you've got a good internet connection. Cyberpunk 2077 is also supposed to be released with Google Stadia, but no release date has yet been revealed.

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Just like that, Activision Blizzard games are leaving GeForce Now

Just like that, Activision Blizzard games are leaving GeForce Now

It was only a week ago that GeForce Now launched to the masses, but at a time when momentum is crucial, the service is suffering a big blow. NVIDIA has revealed that Activision Blizzard will be pulling all of its games from the service. We're not sure why the company has decided to drop support for GeForce Now, but we do know that players aren't happy about it.

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After the launch of GeForce Now, Google Stadia needs to step up its game

After the launch of GeForce Now, Google Stadia needs to step up its game

After spending a long time in beta, NVIDIA's GeForce Now streaming platform officially launched to everyone earlier this week. With that launch, the video game streaming wars heated up significantly. Before the launch of GeForce Now, Google Stadia was more or less the only player officially in the game, but now it has some serious competition.

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GeForce Now exits beta, launches for everyone

GeForce Now exits beta, launches for everyone

The game streaming wars are beginning to heat up. Following last year's launch of Google Stadia, NVIDIA announced today that GeForce Now has exited beta, meaning that the registration wait list has been lifted and anyone can sign up for the service. NVIDIA is hitting the ground running with this, offering two different service tiers for gamers looking to stream their PC libraries.

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Acer Swift 5 and 3 gain Intel 10th Gen Ice Lake, NVIDIA GeForce MX250

Acer Swift 5 and 3 gain Intel 10th Gen Ice Lake, NVIDIA GeForce MX250

The NVIDIA GeForce MX250 is now available in builds of the Acer Swift 5, a laptop that's gotten this refresh at IFA 2019. This newest version of the Acer Swift 5 will be released starting in either September or November, depending on region. The newest version of the Acer Swift 3 was also revealed with Intel's latest with 10th Gen Ice Lake processors.

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NVIDIA GeForce NOW game streaming Android Beta release revealed

NVIDIA GeForce NOW game streaming Android Beta release revealed

The system known as NVIDIA GeForce NOW was previously in free Beta for PC, Mac, and SHIELD TV, now it'll be opened on Android devices of several sorts. NVIDIA announced several feature updates to GeForce NOW today, also including the transition to RTX-enabled graphics processors for certain regions. NVIDIA also gave a cryptic note on the timing for release of the full service, suggesting "the sun is starting to set on the free beta period."

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NVIDIA stock spikes as Bitcoin bulls return

NVIDIA stock spikes as Bitcoin bulls return

If you take a peek at the price of Bitcoin vs USD, then look at where NVIDIA is in the NASDAQ, you might draw some conclusions. While it's not been NVIDIA GPUs, but AMD GPUs that've appeared to have been used the most for cryptocurrency mining in the recent past, their fortunes seem linked. As we re-enter a bull season in cryptocurrency in general, NVIDIA's just announced they've beat earnings expectations for this most recent quarter.

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NVIDIA 1650, 1660 Ti release dates, OEMs, and pricing

NVIDIA 1650, 1660 Ti release dates, OEMs, and pricing

The new NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 card is official now, with a whole bunch of designs off and running in manufacturer editions. NVIDIA's GTX 1650 is ONLY available in custom designs, as it is a relatively unique sort of release. This piece of hardware rolls with a Turing GPU (TU117) without all the extra ray tracing and/or DSLL action.

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NVIDIA brings ray tracing to some GeForce GTX cards today

NVIDIA brings ray tracing to some GeForce GTX cards today

Back at GDC 2019, NVIDIA revealed that it would be bringing ray tracing to some of its GTX cards by way of a new Game Ready driver. What used to be the sole domain of NVIDIA's higher-end RTX cards, this announcement meant that many more PC gamers would get the chance to see real-time ray tracing in action. That Game Ready driver is landing today, so those of you with a GTX card can give it a download and get a taste of what ray tracing adds to video games.

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Razer Blade 15 Advanced Model hands-on: RTX 2080, 2070, 2060

Razer Blade 15 Advanced Model hands-on: RTX 2080, 2070, 2060

We took a close-up look at the Razer Blade 15 Advanced Model gaming laptop this week at CES 2019, what with its newly-embedded super-powerful NVIDIA GeForce RTX 20-series GPU under the hood and everything. Each of the newest models announced this week have an 8th-Gen Intel Core i7-8750H 6 core processor under the hood, 16GB dual-channel system memory, and up to 512GB of fast SSD storage. They've got some spiffy new cameras looking at us, too, fully capable of working with Windows Hello IR (infrared) sensing for facial recognition and login.

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