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Nvidia Announces The Grid

Nvidia Announces The Grid Nvidia, the company most well known for developing the GeForce line of graphics cards, has been wanting to expand for awhile now. No longer content with making new chipsets and licensing them off to different companies, the company is now starting to expand into gaming in general, with an emphasis in...
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Nvidia Announces “Project Shield”, An Innovative New Handheld Gaming System

Nvidia Announces “Project Shield”, An Innovative New Handheld Gaming System Nvidia has announced that in quarter 2 of 2013 they will release an innovative new kind of handheld gaming system that they now call Project Shield that will for sure revolutionize this genre of gaming console. It consists of a five inch Android tablet connected to an Xbox style controller. The tablet...
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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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LAN War XIII At Indiana University

LAN War XIII At Indiana University It’s that time of year again gamers! The semi-annual LAN War event is happening this weekend in Bloomington! It’s the place to gather with friends, enjoy all the NOS you can drink, and get your game on for 24 hours of nonstop gaming greatness. It’s one of the biggest LAN events in the...
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Review – EVGA GTX 660 Ti SuperClocked

Review – EVGA GTX 660 Ti SuperClocked Introduction Four months ago, Nvidia launched the first of their Kepler-based graphics cards. The GTX 680 was crowned the fastest single-GPU card on the market, and still holds the title to this day. However, not everyone it looking to drop $500 on a video card. The GTX 670 was released back in May, and...
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iGame GTX 680 Doesn’t Need Fans To Stay Cool

iGame GTX 680 Doesn’t Need Fans To Stay Cool With great power comes great heat displacement. That’s generally one of the biggest rules to follow when it comes to PC gaming hardware. And if you’re trying to cool powerful hardware, that means one of two things. Either it’s going to be loud, or liquid-cooled. But what if your hot new...
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Nvidia Announces GTX 690, Launching This Thursday

Nvidia Announces GTX 690, Launching This Thursday Are you someone who takes their gaming hardware seriously? We’re talking about spending more on a single part than some people will invest in their entire system. If this sounds like you, then perhaps you’ve been considering dropping some cash on a pair of GTX 680’s. Let me just warn you...
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Win New Graphics Cards For Life From Nvidia

Win New Graphics Cards For Life From Nvidia One of the biggest issues with PC gaming is that if you want the best experience, you have to constantly keep upgrading your hardware. After two or three years, that mid-range video card you bought is going to start showing its age. Wouldn’t it be great if you just bought one top-of-the-line card, and...
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