NVIDIA's GeForce RTX 2080 SUPER and RTX 2070 SUPER graphics cards are now making their way to laptops, with over a hundred designs set to go on sale starting April 15. The new video cards deliver significantly better performance from previous generations, and enhancements to Max-Q technology offer better efficiency at the same time.
NVIDIA GeForce Now hasn't had the easiest time lately. It seems like a lot of publishers are pulling out due to mysterious reasons regarding "paperwork," and you can't play games like The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim on it anymore. However, that hasn't stopped many other developers to add their games to GeForce Now.
NVIDIA shared a statement online that it's going to hold off on sharing its GTC news because of the coronavirus. Many believe that NVIDIA would reveal its Ampere GPU architecture at the event, but it seems likely that we'll have to wait to see details of the upcoming GPU technology.
NVIDIA encouraged people to use their powerful PCs to help combat coronavirus. PC owners can use the Folding@home app to donate their processing power towards projects that will help with the pandemic.
New Geekbench test scores show a GPU with 124 CUs for almost 8,000 CUDA cores. The listing shows a GPU with some other high numbers, including being clocked at 1,100MHz and 32GB of memory. Many speculate that the GPU shown is the upcoming NVIDIA Ampere.
Game Director for The Long Dark, Raphael van Lierop, took to Twitter to announce that the game will no longer be offered on NVIDIA's GeForce Now cloud gaming service. That marks the latest in a series of games pulled from NVIDIA's recently-launched cloud gaming service.
NVIDIA's rolling out its latest Game Ready Driver. It optimizes performance for The Division 2: Warlords of New York, ARK: Genesis, and Apex Legends. It also brings support for three more G-SYNC compatible displays.
AMD sits atop NVIDIA in terms of GPU market share, according to a new report. AMD reportedly increased its GPU shipments by 22.6 percent in the fourth quarter of 2020, allowing them to sit above NVIDIA.