US $100 price-cut
In addition to launching the new Geforce GTX 1080 Ti graphics card, Nvidia has also lowered the price of its Geforce GTX 1080 graphics card, pushing it down to US $499, a good US $100 price cut from its official launch price.
Available Thursday, March 9th for $699
During Nvidia’s keynote at its Editors Day event in San Francisco, Jen-Hsun Huang took the stage to officially announce the Geforce GTX 1080 Ti to a public audience.
VRWorks gets DX12 support, ShadowPlay Highlights and more
During its annual Editors Day session in San Francisco, Jeff Fisher, Senior Vice President of the Geforce product division took the stage to announce the progress the company has made over the past year in the PC gaming industry including the challenges it faces with regards to hardware demands and scaling.
Crossfire works on B350 as well
According to the latest detailed specifications of the upcoming AMD socket AM4 motherboards, it appears that only the high-end X370 chipset will actually support Nvidia SLI while Crossfire will also be available on mid-range B350 chipset motherboards.
Not a Polaris at all
Details are coming out about the Global Scientific Information and Computing Center at the Tokyo Institute of Technology’s new supercomputer which is based around Nvidia GPUs.
Possible GTX 1080 Ti launch
Nvidia has announced its dedicated GTX Gaming Celebration event which will take place at the GDC 2017 show on February 28th.
For Sniper Elite 4, For Honor and Halo Wars 2
Nvidia has released its newest Geforce 378.66 Game Ready driver, which brings all the necessary optimizations for a couple of new and upcoming games as well as a couple of other new features and fixes.
Thanks to its artificial intelligence
While an Nvidia graphics chip seems to be hanging the office laptop's Outlook, the company has seen its quarterly revenue surge more than 50 percent for the second straight quarter and beat expectations.
Industry veteran journalist Kyle Bennet wrote back in December that Intel might launch a CPU powered by Radeon technology. This happens in the middle of the last quarter when Nvidia and Intel's cross licensing GPU deal is about to expire.
Making friends and influencing people
Nvidia has decided to impress its customers by blocking them from giving away or selling bundled games – after all punters love it when you tell them what to do with something they have bought.