It's been difficult to purchase a GPU for years now and it doesn't look like the situation will be getting any better. To help remedy the problem, NVIDIA is looking to launch new dedicated mining cards and updating drivers to lower the hash rate on gaming GPUs.
NVIDIA's latest GeForce Now update is a fairly packed one. Not only are we getting another 11 games joining the roster, like South Park: The Stick of Truth and Assassin's Creed, but the raft of awesome indie games already there are being highlighted. And there's no bigger indie game right now than Valheim.
NVIDIA GeForce Now brings high-quality PC gaming to any PC using the power of the cloud. While you don't need to spend time running benchmarks and adjusting many different graphics settings to get the best performance on your system, there are some things you can do that will help you get the best experience.
The first GFN Thursday of February outlines the next 30 titles NVIDIA is confirming for its GeForce Now cloud gaming platform. Some of the big hitters include both South Park games, the forthcoming Outriders demo and the newest season of Apex Legends.
NVIDIA has officially updated its GeForce Now cloud gaming service to support the Chrome browser on Windows 10 as well as macOS. Sadly, that official support doesn't extend to the new version of Microsoft Edge, but it's a step in the right direction and one less app to install on your PC.
NVIDIA is getting ready for another big year of GeForce Now by introducing GFN Thursday, a weekly update and new accompanying blog for its players to know all the latest and greatest additions to the service. This week, how does ray traced horror in The Medium sound?
Cloud gaming is gradually becoming more of a thing and with Microsoft, Google and NVIDIA all behind the biggest platforms you can access right now, which of them is actually worth your time and your money? It's actually a bit more complicated than just picking a winner.
The NVIDIA Shield TV continues to be about the only set-top box worth buying that runs Android, and it's still a fantastic living room companion for gamers. The latest update to the box adds support for next-gen controllers from both Microsoft and Sony to make your gaming a little more pleasant.
The Medium, the upcoming psychological horror game from genre-legends Bloober Team, will support NVIDIA's RTX ray tracing technologies on PC, and a new trailer showcases just how incredible this looks.