Nvidia graphics cards haven’t aged nearly as well as AMD GPUs.
Nvidia’s flagship finally shows the true power of Kepler.
Price drops bring the company in line with AMD. GTX780 Ti price also revealed.
Nvidia readies Shadowplay video capture in a new beta driver set.
GI Works and Optix will redefine lighting in games.
FLEX, Faceworks, Flameworks and Digital Ira change how games will be made.
New specifications line up with internal predictions from MyGaming – and we are impressed
Successor to the GTX780, may be a Titan killer, shipping in November 2013.
Nvidia says that Battleboxes will be best suited for gaming on UltraHD 4K monitors.
AMD has full Direct X 11.1 support; Nvidia does not.
Epic Game’s Tim Sweeney also expresses excitement for mobile gaming.
A new video confirms the launch date of what will be the world’s most powerful GTX780 to be August 2013.
Now that the GTX760 is out, which variants should you aim for if you’re keen on buying one?
HKPEC Hardware whipped a GTX780 to 1.86GHz under LN2, making it faster than a Radeon HD7990
It may be a Radeon HD7950-beater, but does its low $250 price point translate similarly in our local market?
Radeon HD7950-beating performance for $250
Sits in between the GTX660 Ti and the GTX660, but will be cheaper.
The GTX770 has hit our shores – who has it on sale today?
The GTX770 matches Radeon HD7970 performance for $50 less, with higher overclocks and lower energy consumption.
Featuring OC versions and a brand new cooler design.