Later in June
Gigabyte has released a teaser showing a shadow of what is probably the upcoming custom GTX 1080 graphics card that will be a part of Gigabyte's Xtreme Gaming lineup.
EVGA, Zotac, Gigabyte, Galax and Inno3D
Following the announcement of first Pascal-based Geforce graphics cards, the GTX 1080 and the GTX 1070, Nvidia AiB (Add-in-Board) partners have announced their versions, all based on reference design, now known as Founders Edition.
2x performance, 3x power efficiency of Geforce GTX Titan X
Today at DreamHack in Austin, Texas, Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang took the wraps off the Geforce GTX 1080 and Geforce GTX 1070, the company’s first consumer-focused Geforce Pascal GPUs.
Game Ready drivers for Battleborn
Nvidia has releases its latest Geforce 365.10 WHQL Game Ready drivers which bring all the optimizations for the new Battleborn game as well as some other games that will be coming soon.
Do not break the bank
The maker of expensive printer ink, HP announced a series of new laptops for the back-to-school market or anyone who is looking for a two-in-one that won't hurt the bank balance.
Looks real enough
As Nvidia's next-generation Geforce graphics cards are scheduled to launch sometime around Computex 2016 show in June, it does not come as a surprise to see a couple of leaks including the latest one which shows the Geforce GTX 1080 graphics card.
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.