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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 started to reduce its inventory of 20xx series RTX video cards ....
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Minecraft: the RTX update is coming soon

Do you own an Nvidia graphics card compatible with RTX (ray-tracing)? Are you also a skilled creator and player of Minecraft? Well, because Nvidia is preparing something just for you. Among the various additions and improvements ...

DLSS 2.0 - AI at the service of performance

Nvidia is intent on relaunching one of its workhorses: the DLSS. The acronym stands for Deep Learning Super Sampling, or Supercampling through artificial neural networks.
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Rumor - Notebook: new generation models coming soon

The notebook market is preparing to undergo a further change of course. According to some rumors, it seems that in the next month laptops equipped with the new Intel Core CPUs are coming ...

Deliver Us The Moon - Review

Deliver Us the Moon review, sci-fi adventure game
1500 GeForce Now titles

2K Games removes some of its titles from the GeForce Now library

Nvidia's streaming game platform, GeForce Now, is facing opposition from some of the world's biggest publishers. After Bethesda, Activision, Capcom and Square Enix, in fact, it is now 2K Games to ask ...
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GeForce RTX 3080, a leak would seem to have revealed the new Nvidia graphics card

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

Bethesda has removed its games from GeForce Now

Bethesda titles are no longer featured on GeForce Now. The communication came from Nvidia herself with a post on her forum where she published the list of all removed games. The only one...
1500 GeForce Now titles

1500 titles will arrive on GeForce Now

Nvidia has announced that over 1500 titles will arrive on GeForce Now. The famous hardware manufacturer has announced how the service has already exceeded one million subscribers between free plan and Founder Membership, including ...

Nvidia, the Cyberpunk 2077 themed graphics card has been unveiled

And here it is in all its glory, Nvidia's Cyberpunk themed GPU (as long as its intense yellow hasn't blinded you). This is a special edition of the RTX 2080 Ti graphics card ....
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Nvidia GeForce Now: Activision Blizzard games removed for "misunderstanding"

A few days ago, Activision Blizzard's games were removed from the catalog of GeForce Now, the cloud gaming platform from Nvidia. As reported by Bloomberg, the headlines would have been removed on ...
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Nvidia GeForce Now, all Activision-Blizzard games retired

The Nvidia Geforce Now streaming service is finally available for use even outside the Beta environment. However, there are many problems inherent in the catalog. Activision-Blizzard has indeed withdrawn all its titles from the catalog. Without giving ...
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Rumor - Nvidia ready to launch an RTX 3080?

If you are among those members of the PC Master Race who try to stay up to date and keep up with Nvidia and its announcements, it seems that the time has come again ...
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NVIDIA announces the first 360Hz G-SYNC monitor at CES 2020

In the past few hours, at the CES 2020 opening ceremony, NVIDIA has officially shown the world a new line of monitors with an amazing 360Hz refresh rate. The product was ...
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NVIDIA confirms that Red Dead Redemption 2 will have no Ray Tracing effect

Yesterday, NVIDIA shared, via its official Twitter profile, some new screenshots for the PC version of Red Dead Redemption 2. These screenshots contain the GeForce RTX logo which, at ...

[gamescom 2019] Revealed and proven SYNCED: Off Planet

We are finally in Cologne and, even though Gamescom has not yet officially begun, we have had our work cut out today. In fact, in the early afternoon we took part in the dedicated Nvidia showcase ...

Assassin's Creed Valhalla, the hidden blade is no longer hidden and ...

Darby McDevitt, the narrative director of Assassin's Creed Valhalla, explained why the protagonist's hidden blade is not hidden as usual.

Codemasters secures the WRC license for its games

The latest simulation-based title developed by Codemasters, in collaboration with the WRC championship, hit the market in 2002 with Colin McRae Rally 3 ...

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