Earlier today we reported on a player reports that New World was potentially bricking high end Nvidia GPUs. While the issue seems more hardware-based than the game itself, Amazon did take to their forums to detail some steps players could take in order to ensure that their GPUs would remain unaffected. Now the team is assuring players in a statement on Twitter that it is entirely safe to play New World's beta.
Nvidia is back with a new flagship GPU, the RTX 3080 Ti. The Ti variants of each generation have always been the "top tier" gaming GPU, offering the promise of top of the line performance over its intra-generational siblings, as well as a marked increase over the previous generation's Ti. With the 3080 Ti entering the ring, how does this stack up, and is it the new gaming king?
It's Computex time and that means major announcements from brands big and small in the tech space. Nvidia is catching the first headline of the day with its announcement of two new GPUs, the RTX 3070 Ti and RTX 3080 Ti, in addition to several other highlights, including the expanding of ray tracing in popular PC titles and new RTX 30-Series laptops. MSI, PNY, and other AIBs have also announced custom variants of the new GPUs.
Nvidia has announced a slate of titles receiving their machine learning image scaling technology, DLSS. One of these games is No Man's Sky. And, in a first for the technology, DLSS will also work in VR. Here are the details in case you're interested in checking it out.
In this article, we are going to be looking at a GPU that has a little bit of everything and offers yet another promising upgrade path from the venerable GTX 1060. This is our review of the GeForce RTX 3060 from EVGA GeForce RTX 3060 XC Black.
With promises of performance to match or succeed that of the colossal RTX 2080 Ti, last generation's juggernaut, for a fraction of the price, can the RTX 3070 offer performance and value to compete for mid-tier supremacy? Find out in our review!
The new RTX-30 series GPUs require a lot of power. If you're also planning for a high-end CPU, it may be time to look at upgrading your power supply. Should you?
We already looked at the RTX 3090, but what about its more affordable counterpart, the RTX 3080? Today, we're looking at the Gigabyte RTX 3080 Gaming OC 10G. Retailing for $749, should this be your next graphics card? Find out in our review!
The cat's out of the bag: Nvidia has officially revealed its next generation of graphics cards, beginning with the RTX 3080 on September 17th and the RTX 3070 in October. Also announced, but without pricing or availability, was the massive RTX 3090, an incredible, triple-slot GPU Nvidia claims can support 8K gameplay at 60 FPS, as well as several exciting software developments.