NVIDIA's biggest update yet to GeForce Now is coming, with 1440p 120FPS gaming from the cloud now a reality. It's getting closer to replacing a gaming PC entirely.
NVIDIA Canvas app launches in beta, allowing creators to paint simple dots and blobs that are then converted to photorealistic landscapes with the power of AI.
The latest NVIDIA Game Ready driver ends support for Windows 7, 8, 8.1, and Kepler-based GPUs. Only a few PC gamers should be affected by the change.
Companies have been struggling to limit crypto miners' abilities to use their GPUs. And, once more, said limitations have been bypassed.
A ‘Surface Go X’ powered by an ARM processor with all-day battery life seems like a slam dunk. But there’s a good reason why we do not have one yet, and why 2022 may change it all.
NVIDIA’s latest Game Ready drivers are the first to officially support Windows 11. PCs with RTX graphics cards will get full support for DirectX 12 Ultimate.
A datamine of the NVIDIA GeForce Now database suggests that several PlayStation exclusives, including God of War, may come to PC at some point in the future. Here's what you need to know.
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