Teams up with Epic, Remedy, and others for some impressive tech demos
While it was already clear that there won't be any new graphics cards announced from Nvidia at the Game Developers Conference 2018, held this week in San Francisco, Nvidia did reveal some interesting stuff, including its Nvidia RTX Technology for real time raytracing and the new Gameworks SDK modules for raytracing.
Support for Sea of Thieves and bunch of bug fixes
Nvidia has released its newest Geforce 391.24 WHQL graphics card driver which brings optimizations for the Sea of Thieves game as well as fixes a bunch of bugs seen with the earlier driver releases.
Nvidia for AI-enabled assistance, recognition and more
With the 2018 Geneva Motor show closing its doors in a couple of days, it is obvious that the star of the show was Rimac's C_Two all-electric hypercar which not only packs quite a punch with 1,914 hp and 2,300 Nm of torque but also packs quite a few unique functions including Level 4 autonomy, AI-enabled driver assistance, and recognition features.
For Titan V display corruption issues
Nvidia has released Geforce 391.05 Hotfix driver which addresses some of the issues seen with Nvidia Freestyle tool and Titan V graphics card as well as adding support for Microsoft Surface Book notebooks.
Still coming but not in March
It is starting to look like hopes that Nvidia is not going to release details of a new GPU for consumers called Turing in March.
Thanks to crypto-miners
AMD is slowly gaining ground on Nvidia thanks to its GPUs being more popular among crypto-miners.
One to have for PUBG, Final Fantasy XV, WoT and Warhammer: Vermintide 2
Nvidia has released its latest Geforce 391.01 Game Ready driver which it claims will provide optimal gaming experience in several new games as well as performance improvements to some games like Final Fantasy XV, PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, Warhammer: Vermintide 2, and World of Tanks 1.0.
Not following AMD
While AMD is starting to make more products available to meet the demand for GPU cryptocurrency mining operations, Nvidia thinks that the craze will be flat soon.
With US $2.91 billion revenue
Nvidia has once again reported record financial results for Q4 FY2018, scoring big in most of its divisions and reporting quarterly revenues of $2.91 billion, a significant rise compared to both the last quarter and the last year as well.
We shouldn't be surprised, but GPU sales have skyrocketed over the last few quarters. Our colleagues from the press have criticized AMD for Radeon Vega, but AMD sold every single one. Once the market sucked all Radeons, it went for Geforce GTX 1060, 1070, 1080 so pretty much anything that can mine well.