Sheep and goats together
Graphics start-up Otoy has claimed it has developed a means of running software written for Nvidia's Compute Unified Device Architecture (CUDA) platform on unmodified on rival graphics cards and CPUs from AMD.
Based on Maxwell GM108
Nvidia has released three new entry-level GeForce discrete graphics cards for that are destined for laptops and other low-power devices.
New drivers are a cow
Reports are coming in that Nvidia’s Division graphics drivers are so buggy that they have been known to catch GPUs on fire.
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Any time a new batch of GPUs are ready to be sent from a manufacturing facility overseas to a supply partner for testing and metrics, there are always debugging and testing parts sent ahead of time to ensure that silicon is quickly brought to market without suffering silicon respin and unforeseen manufacturing delays.
Coming with bonus install problems
Nvidia has released its newest Geforce 364.47 WHQL Game Ready drivers which are the ones to have in case you are looking to play Tom Clancy's The Division, which launched earlier today, but unfortunately, there are some install problems as a bonus as well.
PhysX by default
The fact that Gears of War Ultimate Edition ran so poorly on AMD gear might be because Nvidia’s PhysX is actually running by default.
Runs under 75W
ASUS has released a new graphics card which does not need a power connector socket.
The new Acer Predator XB321HK
Acer has unveiled yet another gaming monitor that will be a part of its Predator lineup, the 32-inch 4K/UHD Predator XB321HK which will also have support for Nvidia G-Sync.
Game Ready drivers for new games
Nvidia has released new Geforce 362.00 WHQL drivers which are also Game Ready drivers and include all performance optimizations for a couple of new games including Gears of War: Ultimate Edition, Far Cry Primal, and the latest expansion for Dying Light, The Following.
HBAO+ and PCSS bring impressive details
With the official launch of Ubisoft's Tom Clancy's The Division game set for 8th of March, Ubisoft has decided to show once again that PC will be the best platform to fully experience the streets of New York and Nvidia GameWorks effects just make it look impressive.