Nvidia has just announced the GeForce RTX 2080 TI, RTX 2080, and RTX 2070, the first of its Turing-based architecture gaming GPUs after a long battle against leaks. At an event in Cologne, Germany this afternoon, the green team finally put an official name to its first next-gen gaming GPU since the Pascal line-up. It’s the first time Nvidia has put out a gaming-grade graphics card without the GTX moniker since 2008. The first of the Turing architecture gaming GPUs to land will, in fact, be the GeForce RTX 2080, but it’s coming with its more powerful sibling the RTX 2080 Ti at the same time. A GeForce RTX 2070 was announced, too, but will release at a later date. Heavily featuring Nvidia’s new Ray Tracing RTX platform, the GeForce RTX 2080 and 2080 Ti are both set to release “on or before” September 20, 2018 with the less capable (but more affordable) GeForce RTX 2070 coming a little further down the line. Most of the details were revealed through … [Read more...] about Gamescom 2018: Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 Ti, RTX 2080, RTX 2070 Revealed
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For many PC gamers, the Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070 is the next logical step up from the excellent GTX 970. While not as powerful as the beefy Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080, it still offers significant gains over its lesser sibling, the Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060, providing a smoother, more flexible gaming experience at both 1080p and 1440p alike, and even a teeny bit of 4K. The problem is, graphics card prices have currently sky-rocketed beyond all reasonable consideration at the moment, putting potential GTX 1070 buyers in a bit of a tough spot. In fact, we wouldn’t recommend buying any mid-to-high-end graphics card at the moment until this crypto-mining business settles down again. You can read more about other options in our Best graphics card 2018 article, but provided you can actually find one in stock and don’t mind paying through the roof for it, then read on. After all, when Nvidia claims it can outperform its £1,000 Titan X mega beast, … [Read more...] about Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070 review: Still the best 1440p graphics card in 2018?
The Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 is Nvidia’s new mid-range contender, chasing the coat tails of its more powerful big brother, the Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070 and rubbing shoulders with the AMD Radeon RX 580 for 2560×1440 gaming goodness. Or at least the 6GB version of Nvidia’s card is, as you’ll also find lesser 3GB variants on sale as well. 3GB models have the same basic DNA as 6GB GTX 1060s, but they have slightly lower clock speeds and fewer cores, meaning performance won’t be as good as their 6GB counterparts. Indeed, we wouldn’t really recommend the 3GB GTX 1060, if only in the name of future-proofing yourself against the ever increasing memory requirements of the latest games. As you can see from our Best graphics cards 2018 article, you should really be looking at the 6GB version if you want something to rival the GTX 1070 at resolutions beyond 1080p, as there are plenty of cheaper cards, namely the Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050Ti, that do 1080p … [Read more...] about Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 review: The best 1440p graphics card (for now)
Cloud gaming has become a bit of a dirty word these days. There have been plenty of people who have tried their hand at it over the years, promising high-end, lag-free gaming without the need for all that bulky, costly hardware, but most (*cough*Gaikai*cough*OnLive*cough*) have ended up on that age-old trash heap of crushed dreams and broken promises, their meagre uptake prompting them to disappear back into the ether almost as quickly as they appeared. This time, though, Nvidia might have finally cracked it, as the beta for their GeForce Now streaming service has finally arrived on PC in Europe and North America. It’s free, uses your very own game library and their respective cloud saves, and, whisper it, it’s actually pretty good. So rejoice all you laptop and creaking PC people whose rigs would probably faint at even the slightest suggestion of running something like Doom or Shadow of War at Ultra quality settings and 60fps. Your time in the gaming big leagues … [Read more...] about Nvidia’s GeForce Now PC beta is much better at cloud gaming than you think
By James Billcliffe, Monday, 8 January 2018 12:22 GMT A new alternative for gamers with underpowered hardware, Nvidia’s cloud-streaming service, GeForce Now, offers solid framerates at high resolutions on the latest games via your internet connection.You can request free access to the US and EU beta over on Nvidia’s website, but because of demand there might be a bit of a delay. GeForce Now integrates with the game libraries you already own on platforms like Steam and Uplay, and is available on both Mac and Windows machines. “GeForce Now gives gamers the freedom to enjoy high-performance PC gaming just about anywhere. It connects a wide range of Windows and macOS computers to supercomputers in the cloud, streaming 1080p graphics at up to 120 frames per second,” Nvidia said in a blog post. “Since the heavy-lifting happens in Nvidia’s data centers, you can play the latest PC blockbusters at max settings, with smooth frame rates, even on PCs with … [Read more...] about GeForce Now: Stream the most demanding games to your potato PC with Nvidia GeForce Now beta