Nvidia adds new features to Geforce Experience
Published in Graphics

Gives it better broadcasting and streaming features

Nvidia has added a couple of new features to its Geforce Experience software, including a much better broadcasting and streaming features.

Nvidia testing GP100 and GP104 chips
Published in Graphics

Dotting the last semi-colon in Pascal

Nvidia appears to be on track to launch its new Pascal architecture in 2016.

AMD loses top brain to Nvidia
Published in Processors

Phil Rogers defects

AMD is reeling after the high profile exit of one its top CPU brains Phil to rival Nvidia.

MSI packs GTX 970M in new 14-inch GS40 Phantom notebook
Published in Notebooks

Intel Skylake Core i7-6700HQ quad-core CPU as well

Gaming notebooks usually end up to be a desktop replacement device rather than a portable notebook due to their size, weight and battery life but now it appears that MSI managed to change that a bit by releasing the new 14-inch GS40 Phantom notebook.

Samsung and Qualcomm didn’t infringe two Nvidia GPU patents
Published in Graphics

The war continues

Nvidia is in the middle of a legal battle against Samsung and Qualcomm over seven GPU patents. Now a judge has given Samsung and Qualcomm a get out of jail free card over two out of seven patents. 

Nvidia releases Geforce 358.50 WHQL Game Ready drivers
Published in Graphics

Star Wars: Battlefront optimizations

Nvidia has released its latest Geforce graphics card drivers which bring all the optimizations for the upcoming open beta phase of Star Wars: Battlefront game and a few other improvements.

Samsung's mobile GPU might be ready for 2017
Published in Graphics

Things got delayed for two years 

A year ago Fudzilla revealed that Samsung has been building a mobile GPU. We are still as puzzled about it now as we were then,  but there are more confirmations that they should finish it in the 2017 – 2018 timeframe.

Nvidia's Bullets or Blades Geforce bundle details
Published in Games

Choice between two big upcoming AAA titles

Nvidia hasn't forgot about the way its meant to be player and it has announced the new Bullets or Blades Geforce holiday bundle that will allow future buyers to choose between two big AAA titles, Assassin's Creed Syndicate and Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege. 

IBM puts Nvidia GPU in flagship servers
Published in Processors

Teaming up with Big Blue Power

Big Blue has launched a line of Power processor-based, Linux-tuned machines which are helped out by Nvidia Tesla K80 GPUs.

Nvidia Shield Android TV now available in Europe
Published in Graphics

Select countries and retailers

Although it was officially announced back in May in the US, Nvidia's Shield Android TV set-top box/console, will now be available in select European countries and retailers.