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  1. Nvidia Launches Game Studio to Bring Ray Tracing to More Retro Titles

    by , 10-16-2019 at 11:22 AM
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    Earlier this year, Nvidia launched a very old game into the modern era with an RTX-enhanced version of Quake II. The new version of the very old game was generally well-received. It helps that Quake II was an iconic title in its own right, with a shareware demo that allows anyone with an RTX GPU to download and experience the first few levels of the game without ...
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  2. New Nvidia Drivers Unlock Ray Tracing on GTX Cards

    by , 04-14-2019 at 10:54 AM

    When Nvidia launched Turing, it decided to bifurcate its product branding, splitting the GeForce brand into two segments. GTX cards, even those based on Turing-class GPUs, would not include the new specialized hardware functions that enable Nvidia’s ray tracing support. RTX cards, which support Microsoft’s ...
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  3. Nvidia Dropping Support for 3D Glasses

    by , 03-13-2019 at 09:32 AM
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    It’s hard to predict what the next big trend in consumer technology will be. A few years ago, everyone was convinced it would be home 3D displays. Companies raced to get 3D TVs and monitors into stores so we could all watch Avatar and play 3D games. Even smartphones started to launch with 3D screens. It’s unlikely you have any 3D displays in your home because they were ...
  4. Graphics Card Prices Are Finally Improving

    by , 05-12-2018 at 10:55 AM

    Back in February, we covered the enormous surge in graphics card prices and the impact this had on AMD and Nvidia hardware. For the past few months, our recommendation has been to avoid building a PC with a discrete GPU at all, and to instead make do with older hardware, used cards, or an APU. Intel’s Hades Canyon was another possibility. But it’s been a few months since we checked in on GPU prices ...
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  5. Cryptocurrency Hysteria Pushes GPU Prices Sky High

    by , 01-27-2018 at 11:33 AM

    One of the most important choices every PC builder makes is which graphics card to buy. That choice has been getting much more stressful lately as the price of GPUs skyrockets. You can thank the surge of interest in cryptocurrency for the increase in graphics card prices, but Nvidia is trying to do something about it. “Trying” is the operative word here.

    As recently as the middle ...
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