Posts Tagged Nvidia
Nvidia 337.50 Beta driver released. New ShadowPlay features and performance improvements
The 337.50 Beta Driver has been released bringing performance improvements to a few titles and is said to bring a “71% faster gaming performance”.
GeForce 335.23 Titanfall WHQL Drivers drop for release
Nvidia has released what they are calling the GeForce 335.23 Titanfall WHQL Drivers.
Nvidia GeForce 334.89 WHQL Drivers released with performance increases
The Nvidia GeForce 334.89 WHQL drivers have been pushed out this evening which promises a 19% performance increase on a few titles.
GeForce 334.67 Beta Driver released
A new GeForce 334.67 Beta Driver for Nvidia card owners has been released bringing new improvements to 3D Vision profiles among other things.
Nvidia says G-Sync monitors will available in mid 2014
Much of Nvidia’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES) presentation was about a new Tegra K1 chip for tablets, but they did also manage to mention that a series of three monitors with in-built G-Sync technology will be available in the second quarter of 2014 (that’s April-June-ish.)
I’m not going to pretend to understand how G-Sync works (magic Nvidia pixie dust, probably,) but the intent is to provide an alternative to V-Sync without the nasty side-effects of a reduced frame-rate and input lag.
IncGamers Podcast #146 – 2013 Review
Ho Ho H … wait, it’s too late for that. Yes, this Boxing Day-recorded podcast is nestling quietly in the mysterious limbo zone between Christmas and New Year.
Non-revelation: “PC far superior to next-gen consoles” says Nvidia
With the PS4 launching last night Nvidia want to be heard.
Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag gets Nvidia 331.82 WHQL drivers and performance guide
Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag is available on the PC today for those in certain regions (the US and … maybe others,) and to accompany its release Nvidia has issued a new set of drivers and a fancy-pants advert/guide to performance.
Nvidia GeForce 331.65 WHQL drivers released with ShadowPlay
If you read our story yesterday about the leaked ShadowPlay release then you have probably already tried the new video capture software.
Nvidia ShadowPlay beta leaked early – releases today
Update: Shadowplay has now been released
ShadowPlay is the latest tool for PC gamers from Nvidia and the beta is out today as part of the GeForce Experience 1.7 update.
GeForce R331 Game Ready drivers released
The GeForce R331 Game Ready drivers are now out from Nvidia bringing improvements to your PC gaming palace’s performance.
Nvidia announces the G-SYNC for serious gamers monitors
Over at Nvidia they’ve been busy messing about with monitor technology and today announced the G-SYNC.
Titanic: Nvidia’s Battlebox range aims for unsinkable PC performance
There’s always room for some absurdly high-performance PC gaming, even if it does come at a stupidly high price.
GeForce 331.40 beta driver brings Battlefield 4 beta enhancements and more
Nvidia has pumped out a new set of beta drivers this evening taking them to 331.40.
Nvidia: Total War Rome 2 performance issues seem to be down to “game optimization”
A thread started over at the GeForce forums asking about “game ready” drivers for Total War: Rome 2 has drawn a response from an Nvidia representative, who states that the company is looking into what improvements can be offered through new drivers.
Holy upgrades Batman! Buy a GPU and get Batman: Arkham Origins
In another video card tie-in, Nvidia and Warner have joined forces to provide a free copy of Batman: Arkham Origins if you purchase a “qualifying GPU”.
Ubisoft and Nvidia’s cosy new alliance adds features to PC Watch Dogs
As part of Ubisoft and Nvidia’s recently announced “gaming alliance,” Watch Dogs will be getting some fancy-pants graphics options on PC.
Buyers protected: Nvidia announces new ship date for Shield
Nvidia has announced that their unexpectedly-delayed handheld device that will let you stream stuff from your PC, the Shield, will be shipping on 31 July.
New Nvidia 320.18 drivers bring more stability to recent releases
The 320.18 drivers have been released by Nvidia which offer stability and performance increases to some of your favourite games and new releases.