NVIDIA has unveiled the RTX 30 series, with the RTX 3090, RTX 3080, and RTX 3070 delivering a massive increase in performance from the RTX 20 series. The cards feature second-gen RT cores for more life-like visuals in games, and will be going on sale later this month from $499.
Wilder than anyone imagined. What you need to know NVIDIA is preparing to announce their next lineup of high-end graphics cards to set the bar for PC gaming. The pinnacle of this collection is supposedly the NVIDIA RTX 3090, which is shaping up to be a monster of a GPU. A new rumor reveals a staggering starting price point of $1,399 to $1,499, much higher than previous generations....
We may not have to wait much longer to see what NVIDIA has up its sleeve for next-gen GPUs. The company's GeForce Twitter account has started teasing something for August 31, which also happens to be the twenty-first anniversary of its GeForce 256 launch.
NVIDIA's latest update to the GeForce Now library is here and while it's a smaller week by numbers, there are still some big names joining the fray. New release Rogue Company is one of the most notable, alongside Steep and SUPERHOT: MIND CONTROL DELETE.
If you're a GeForce Now subscriber you'll be interested in this week's new additions to the service, which include not only titles from Ubisoft such as Hyper Scape, but also Kojima's latest and greatest, Death Stranding.