Core business back to normal
The chipmaker named after a Roman vengeance daemon, Nvidia has surprised the cocaine nose jobs of Wall Street by posting results ahead of what analysts expected.
Will launch next year
While everyone is excited about AMD’s Navi 21 card, a leak has emerged which shows that Navi 23 is the beast that Nvidia will have to really worry about.
Disconnect the internet to make it work
Finally finding the time to update a PC is not easy but finally, a Core i9 9900K found its way into the Asus ROG Maximus XI Extreme motherboard. Installation went well until Geforce 2080 Ti installation using the official driver from website kept failing to install the control panel. Here is how to fix it.
Wins against Xeon and Tesla
Xilinx has a data center first strategy that Victor Peng and his team are executing flawlessly so far, and part of that plan is to launch an adaptable compute, network and storage card and call it Alveo U50.
Experience upgrade 8.0 for 2015 and 2017 consoles
Nvidia original Shield TV, as well as the updated Shield TV 2017, have got an Experience upgrade 8.0 including Android 9.0 Pie.
Not coming that quick
Boffin Morgan McGuire, who works on ray tracing, augmented reality, virtual reality at the graphics card company named after a Roman vengeance demon Nvidia, is predicting that by 2023 we will see the first triple-A games will require ray tracing.
Review roundup: High-end GPU with no competition
While the RTX 2060 Super and RTX 2070 Super were launched as a direct competition to the AMD Radeon RX 5700 series, the new Geforce RTX 2080 Super launches without any competition whatsoever, featuring higher CUDA core count, higher clocks for both GPU and memory, and is only outperformed by the RTX 2080 Ti.
But will "be good" when it comes
In a recent interview, an executive producer at Machine Games has confirmed that Wolfenstein: Youngblood will not have RTX ray-tracing support at launch.
New trailer ahead of the launch on August 27th
Nvidia has released a new trailer Remedy Entertainment's upcoming Control game, which shows all RTX effects in full glory.
RTX support comes at a price
Remedy's Control, which is also a part of Nvidia's latest bundle, will be launching on August 27th, and system requirements have now appeared at the Epic Games Store, showing that the game will need a decent system to look as impressive as it does on Nvidia's trailer.