Game Ready drivers for Fallout 4, Battlefront and Starcraft II
Nvidia is living up to its promise to deliver Game Ready drivers for most, if not all the upcoming AAA titles with the release of its newest Geforce Game Ready drivers, the Geforce 358.91 WHQL, featuring optimizations for Fallout 4, Starwars: Battlefront and Starcraft II: Legacy of the Void.
Just a few more days to go
Bethesda has finally released the official launch trailer for the upcoming and anticipated Fallout 4 game.
One to use if want to play Call of Duty: Black Ops III
Nvidia has released its newest Geforce 358.87 WHQL-certified Game Ready drivers which include all game optimizations to offer the best gaming experience for the upcoming Call of Duty: Blacks Ops III first-person shooter.
For up to eight proper 4K displays
Nvidia has unveiled its latest NVS 810 graphics card meant for digital signage market and capable of powering eight 4K 30Hz screens.
Next-generation of affordable SSDs
Crucial has announced its newest BX200 SSDs that will be a direct successor of the earlier, popular and affordable BX100 series.
4GB is where it is at
Confirming rumours, Nvidia AIB partners are phasing out the 2GB version of the Geforce GTX 960 graphics card and replacing them new 4GB models.
All black successor of the X99A SLI Plus
MSI has released its newest Intel Z170 Express chipset based motherboard that will be a part of its Pro Series motherboard lineup, the all black Z170A SLI Plus motherboard.
Rebranding of AMD graphics drivers and replacement for Catalyst
AMD has announced its newest Radeon Software Crimson Edition graphics driver that will mark the rebranding of AMD's graphics drivers as well as replace the aging Catalyst Control Center with new design.
From 2133MHz to 2800MHz
G.Skill has announced its new Ripjaws DDR4 SO-DIMM kits that will be available in 4GB, 8GB, 16GB, 32GB and 64GB kits with frequency hitting as high as 2800MHz.