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Nvidia Drops Prices On GTX 780, 770

Nvidia Drops Prices On GTX 780, 770 If you’re looking to get a new graphics card this fall, now might be a good time to get it. Nvidia announced yesterday that they are dropping the prices on two of their high-end cards, the GTX 780 and GTX 770. And not only are they dropping the prices, they are also including 3 blockbuster games for...
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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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Don’t Expect To See Radeon’s HD 8000 Series Anytime Soon

Don’t Expect To See Radeon’s HD 8000 Series Anytime Soon For the past few years graphics cards have been updated and released constantly. Just when you think you have the best graphics card on the market it ends up getting blown out of the water by the next generation. Really, it’s been a little frustrating (not to mention hard on the wallet) for those...
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GeForce Experience Optimizes Your Graphics Settings Automatically

GeForce Experience Optimizes Your Graphics Settings Automatically Whenever you upgrade your PC with a shiny new video card, or even put together a whole new system, one of the first things you’re going to want to do is fire up your favorite game and crank the video settings all the way up. Unfortunately you’re sometimes disappointed to find out that while...
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Review – EVGA GTX 660 SuperClocked

Review – EVGA GTX 660 SuperClocked It’s been less than a month since Nvidia launched the GTX 660, finally bringing Kepler into the sub-$300 price bracket. With four months between the last two card launches, I’m happy to see the new GTX 660 hitting store shelves today. These cards start at $229, making them accessible to more...
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CoD: Black Ops II Won’t Run On Windows XP

CoD: Black Ops II Won’t Run On Windows XP Windows XP has been around for nearly 11 years, and yet it’s still in use by nearly a third of computer users all over the world. Despite the security flaws inherent in an 11 year old system, and the fact that it hasn’t been able to support the latest in DirectX technology since DirectX 10 came...
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