One to have for Doom Open Beta
Nvidia has rolled out its latest Geforce 364.96 Hotfix drivers coming with both optimizations and fixes as well as SLI support for Doom Open Beta which kicks off today.
Too expensive, limited supply
Our well-placed industry sources have told us that we should not expect to see the HBM 2.0 based GPUs shipping anytime soon. Nvidia Pascal and AMD Polaris 10 / 11 will stick with GDDR5 memory for the time being.
Mass shipments begin in July
According to sources within Nvdia’s supply chain, the company is preparing to announce its Geforce series Pascal GPUs sometime around or during Computex 2016 in Taipei, Taiwan.
Might be even killing some graphcis cards
It appears that Nvidia can't seem to get a break when it comes to drivers as the last Geforce 364.72 WHQL-certified drivers are apparently killing some graphics cards.
Support for Oculus Rift, HTC Vive and some game improvements
Nvidia has rolled out its latest Geforce 364.72 WHQL drivers which bring support for Oculus Rift and an improved experience for HTC Vive, as well as some improvements in current and upcoming games.
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.
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.
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.
Game Ready drivers for a couple of games
Nvidia has released its newest Geforce 361.91 WHQL Game Ready drivers that include all optimizations for a couple of games the latest Hitman Beta.
With a dedicated 5.25-inch drive bay
Previously showcased at CES 2016 show in Las Vegas earlier this year, EVGA has now officially launched its new Geforce GTX 980 Ti VR Edition series graphics cards, which feature a dedicated 5.25-inch drive bay for VR headsets.