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NVIDIA Moves Up Project Shield Pre-Orders To Today

NVIDIA Moves Up Project Shield Pre-Orders To Today Earlier in the week NVIDIA announced that they were releasing the NVIDIA Shield in June, their own entry into the handheld market dominated by the likes of Nintendo, and intended to give gamers a bit of a different choice. After all, the Shield isn’t just another old handheld console: it’s got...
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NVIDIA’s Shield To Be Released In June

NVIDIA’s Shield To Be Released In June It’s pretty easy to say that 2013 could be considered the year for new consoles. From the PS4, to Microsoft’s next console, to the OUYA and the Steam Box, this year is absolutely jam-packed with new hardware releases, and that can lead to some hard choices. Should I get the cheap, $100 OUYA that...
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Nvidia Releases 320.14 Metro: Last Light Beta Drivers

Nvidia Releases 320.14 Metro: Last Light Beta Drivers If you’ve picked up Metro: Last  Light, and are running a GeForce card, you may want to look into updating your drivers. Nvidia has released a new driver that specifically targets Metro: Last light, and a few other recent games. Check out the press release below for full details. Press...
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Increase Bioshock Infinite Performance With GeForce 314.22 WHQL Drivers

Increase Bioshock Infinite Performance With GeForce 314.22 WHQL Drivers Unless you had forgotten, tomorrow marks the launch of the third game in the Bioshock series: Bioshock Infinite. To celebrate, Nvidia has released a new version of their GeForce drivers. You might not call it much of a celebration, but with up to 41% faster performance over the previous drivers, I’d...
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GTC 2013 – Nvidia Maxwell And Volta Bring Unified Virtual Memory And Stacked DRAM

GTC 2013 – Nvidia Maxwell And Volta Bring Unified Virtual Memory And Stacked DRAM At this week’s GTC, Nvidia talked about a lot of things that aren’t of interest to most gamers. While their GRID VCA looks fascinating from an enterprise standpoint, it doesn’t really have much to do with gaming. However, there were a few tidbits of information that are worth...
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NVIDIA Announces The First Ever Global “World of Tanks” Open Tournament

NVIDIA Announces The First Ever Global “World of Tanks” Open Tournament If you consider yourself a pretty good World of Tanks player, and you need a little cash, then you might want to pay attention! NVIDIA has just announced their first ever GeForce World of Tanks Open Tournament, and I’m not going to lie, it looks pretty exciting. You see, this isn’t just a...
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Tomb Raider Is Suffering From Stability Issues With GeForce Cards

Tomb Raider Is Suffering From Stability Issues With GeForce Cards If you have Tomb Raider for the PC you may have noticed that it likes to crash. Normally you’d think that the developer Crystal Dynamics would be to blame, but this time it doesn’t look like it’s necessarily their fault. Instead it appears that the game just doesn’t want to play nice...
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Nvidia Project Shield Hands-On Impressions [CES 2013]

Nvidia Project Shield Hands-On Impressions [CES 2013] At this past week’s CES, Nvidia unveiled their latest mobile processor, the TEGRA 4. However, what really made headlines wasn’t the processor itself, but what they were putting it in. In a surprising move, the chipmaker announced a mobile gaming system dubbed “Project Shield.” We took you...
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