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Nvidia GeForce RTX Ban YouTube

Nvidia blacklisted a reviewer for "not talking enough about the RTX and DLSS features"

In the last few hours, Nvidia has been at the center of several controversies from the community of hardware reviewers, after the decision to blacklist the YouTube channel Hardware Unboxed, excluding it from the partnership program that ...
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Nvidia RTX and PlayStation 5: Pre-orders sold out also thanks to speculators

The Pre-Orders for Nvidia RTX 3080 and PlayStation 5 are already sold out, after less than 24 hours the stocks in many of the digital stores around the world have evaporated into the air and although many of the ...
Nvidia RTX 3000 GeForce AMD Stocks Event

NVIDIA GeForce - RTX 3000 series officially presented

The NVIDIA GeForce special event has just ended and to the delight of all fans, the new RTX 3000 GPUs have finally been revealed. Https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QKx-eMAVK70 Inside of his humble abode, CEO Jen-Hsun Huang ...
Nvidia September GeForce RTX Event

Nvidia - The next GeForce event will take place in September

Here we are! Nvidia has confirmed the date for its next GeForce Special Event, the keynote dedicated to the latest news on the green team's GPUs. But will it really be like this? Next 1 September 2020 ...

Rumor - Nvidia reduces the stocks of the 20 series? The new RTX are coming?

The month of May begins with a succulent Nvidia-themed rumor. In fact, it seems that, two weeks after the annual GTC Keynote, the company has begun to reduce its stocks of RTX 20xx series video cards ....
Nvidia GeForce RTX Ban YouTube

GeForce RTX 3080, a leak would seem to have revealed the new Nvidia graphics card

A leaked benchmark on the net seems to have revealed Nvidia's new cards, including the GeForce RTX 3080. A GPU with 33 teraflops. The two graphics cards appeared on Geekbench and would feature ...

The Cuphead Show, the Netflix series finally has a release date ...

In the past few hours Netflix has finally announced the long-awaited official release date for The Cuphead Show, the animated series that will see as protagonists ...

Phil Spencer named CEO of Microsoft Gaming

As part of Activision Blizzard's acquisition plan, Microsoft created the new division called "Microsoft Gaming". Xbox leader Phil Spencer was ...

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