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Google Is Serving Ads on Very Expensive TVs

Boy that big gorgeous Sony TV you spent a paycheck on is nice, too bad Google has implemented a “pilot” programme that now serves ads on it. Sony’s televisions, as well as the Nvidia Shield and other products running the latest version of Android TV, has been hit with an irritating update from Google that serves ads on the home page, and no, there’s no super easy way to get rid of the ads. Read More >>

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Ray Tracing Is Coming to a Whole Lot of GPUs

If you thought ray tracing was only going to be possible on Nvidia’s pricey line of Turing GPUs you would be wrong. Today the company has announced ray tracing support for a wide range of GPUs ranging from the Nvidia GTX 1060 all the way up to the super beefy Titan V. The 1060 can notably be found for as little as £200 and its price is expected to drop even further. Read More >>

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Nvidia Will End Support for Its 3D Glasses, an Incredible Technology You Definitely Use

Remember back when 3D TVs, movies, live sporting events, and glasses were a thing? Yeah, well, Nvidia realises you don’t either, and as a result, it’s pulling support for 3D Vision, its platform for gaming with 3D glasses. Read More >>

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Now Is a Really Good Time to Buy a New GPU

If you’ve been thinking of a graphics upgrade, now is the perfect time to pull the trigger: Fresh new GPUs from Nvidia and AMD promise a lot of bang for not much buck, there’s downward pressure on prices across the board as existing hardware gets older, and we won’t see any new launches for several months (think the summer or later). Read More >>

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Nvidia and AMD’s Nerdiest Fight Is the One That Matters Most

At CES earlier this month, Nvidia and AMD traded words, with Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang saying his GPUs would “crush” AMD’s newly announce Radeon VII. AMD CEO Lisa Su was more measured in her response, but she didn’t pass up the opportunity to make a dig at Nvidia, noting that when her company finally adopts ray tracing, people would actually know what it is. But let’s set aside their back and forth on ray tracing and GPUs and hone in on another tiff between the companies – this one is about monitors, and if you’re buying one for gaming in the next few months, you need to pay attention. Read More >>

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The Nvidia RTX 2060 Is Perfectly Adequate

At CES a reporter had a question for Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang. What could he say to alleviate the concerns of fans who felt that the new RTX 20-series GPUs were overpriced and trying to force ray tracing technology on customers who don’t have much use for it? Huang smiled, with a mixture of serenity and satisfaction. “2060,” he said as if those four numbers were the secret to life and all of Nvidia’s success. Huang was referencing the just announced Nvidia RTX 2060 GPU, a card that’s pricier than its equivalent in previous generations, but still your most accessible entry point to the future of graphics. Read More >>

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CES 2019: Nvidia CEO Trashes AMD’s New GPU: ‘The Performance Is Lousy’

Welp, yesterday I spent two hours listening to the CEOs of rival companies talk trash about each other. It reminded me of my parents right after their divorce. Nvidia was shit talking AMD, and AMD politely responded with just enough bite for you to take notice. Read More >>

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CES 2019: Razer’s First Foray into Gaming Monitors is a Show Stopper

Razer’s just made gaming monitors more colourful. The very first from the company, the 27-inch Razer Raptor, includes a bright strip of LED lights along the base. Read More >>

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CES 2019: Nvidia is Finally Making Ray Tracing Graphics More Affordable With its New RTX 2060 Card

Okay, you’ve probably heard of ray tracing right? When Nvidia announced its Turing GPU architecture last year, it couldn’t stop talking about ray tracing, which is some very cool technology that allows reflections and shadows in a digitally rendered environment (like a game) to behave as they would in real life. It’s using the GPU to trace each ray of light digitally created, and it looks really damn cool. Read More >>

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CES 2019: Nvidia’s Powerhouse Ray Tracing GPUs Are Finally Coming to Laptops

It’s something we’ve all expected since Nvidia first announced the RTX 20-series of GPUs last year. Super fast ray tracing graphics cards in a laptop. And finally, after months of waiting, Nvidia announced the new series of GPUs at CES. Read More >>

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CES 2019: HP’s 65-inch HDR Gaming Monitor With G-Sync Looks Spectacular

A year ago, Nvidia announced plans for a series of gigantic monitors with G-sync built in, running on Android, and sporting a unique blend of features found on no other TV or computer monitor. The monitors, collectively called BFGDs (as in Big Fucking Gaming Displays), had a major issue in those early demos. They were...ugly. The displays seemed low quality, with poor dynamic range and a terrible blooming issue that might be acceptable in a $500 TV, but not a $5,000 one. But a year later, the first of those BFGD, the HP Omen Omen X Emperium 65, is finally moving out of the conceptual demo space and into purchasable reality. Read More >>

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Nvidia’s Doing A Christmas Deal On The Shield TV Bundle

It doesn't seem a minute since all the Black Friday reductions, but the Christmas deals are coming in thick and fast, and we're OK with that. Read More >>

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What’s the Deal With Nvidia’s Ridiculous £2,400 Titan RTX Graphics Card?

For those that have been balking at the £1,100 price tag of the RTX 2080 Ti cards, you might want to look away now, as Nvidia has now topped that with the new £2,400 Titan RTX. Read More >>

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Nvidia’s Shield TV Has Its Own Black Friday Deal

Lots of us have been waiting for Black Friday before pulling the trigger on the tech products of our dreams. If yours is the Nvidia Shield TV, here's the deal you've been hoping for. Read More >>

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Nvidia’s Beastly New 20-Series RTX GPUs Claim up to 6X Performance

It’s been a long time, but after first announcing the Pascal architecture in 2014 and then releasing the GTX 1070 and 1080 in May 2016, Nvidia finally has a new top-of-the-line graphics card for the PC gamers. Say hello to the new GeForce RTX 2070, 2080, and 2080 Ti. Read More >>