With a new driver and upcoming Battlefield V update
Nvidia has promised a fix for Battlefield V's raytracing performance with the next game update and Nvidia's driver, promising up to a 50 percent boost.
Coming later this month for a cool $2,499
Just as teased earlier, Nvidia has officially announced the new Titan RTX graphics, providing an impressive 130 Tensor TFLOPs performance and packing 24GB of GDDR6 memory.
Still has a few problems
The company named after a Roman chaos daemon claims its AI models can now draw new worlds without using traditional modelling techniques or graphics rendering engines.
Larabee may half not bee, but Intel still wants something to be
Intel has been talking about its cunning plan to enter the discrete GPU market, after deciding its much hyped and quickly forgotten Larabee project should not include bee after it was stung by a hive of bee puns.
Keeps all the ports
It appears there is indeed a market for mini-ITX high-end graphics card as after MSI, Gigabyte's Geforce RTX 2070 has been spotted online.
3DMark Port Royal
UL Benchmarks has announced that its newest benchmark for ray tracing will be coming in January 2019, dubbed 3DMark Port Royal.
The new "Game On. Game RTX" bundle
Nvidia and its partners have launched the new "Game On. Game RTX" bundle which gives a free copy of the new Battlefield V game with the purchase of Geforce RTX series graphics card.
Chinese self-driving cars get Nvidia chips
The company named after a Roman vengeance daemon, Nvidia, has signed separate deals with Chinese electric vehicle startups XPeng Motors, Singulato Motors and SF Motors to develop an autonomous driving technology.
Analysis: Crypto drop was inevitable
Crypto currencies are rather volatile and most people reading this are very well aware of that. The fact that it could cause Nvidia stock to drop by more than 30 percent is ridiculous as obviously, the finance community didn’t do its homework well. Long term betters on Nvidia should bet on two things, AI and Automotive, backed up by strong and stable gaming.
Great that they can do Ray Tracing
Graphics experts very close to what's happening have shared an interesting thesis that helped Nvidia justify the transistors spent in Turing RT cores. It is all about AI and the next generation data workloads.