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All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Nvidia’

Valve Is Porting Portal To The Nvidia Shield

Nobody really takes Android gaming that seriously. Ouya tried to appeal to the core gamer with its Kickstarter-backed platform, but it has pretty much fizzled out at this point. Despite this, Nvidia is still trying to make hardcore Android gaming a thing with its Shield platform, but it’s really only good for streaming PC games to a handheld device. Now …

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Nvidia Announces GeForce GTX Titan Z, Costs $3,000

PC gamers are usually characterized as jerks with a superiority complex that are never happy with their current machines. While that may be true for some, the majority of PC gamers are quite happy with their modest setups that can play most games on max settings. The enthusiast PC gamer is out there though and Nvidia has just unveiled a …

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Titanfall Is About To Get A Little Prettier On The PC

Titanfall is not an ugly game. It’s not exactly a pretty game either. Its use of the decade old Source engine ensures that it sits somewhere in the middle instead as a strong aesthetic makes up for its lack of cutting edge effects. Understandably, PC gamers demand more from their games though and Nvidia is helping to deliver that. Nvidia …

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Nvidia Introduces Tegra Note 7 With LTE

Nvidia, a company known more for its PC gaming GPUs than anything else, has had its sight set on the mobile market for some time now. Last year, it launched both the Shield handheld gaming console and the Tegra Note 7 tablet. Now you’ll soon be able to take the latter to places where WiFi is in short supply. Nvidia …

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Here’s What Unreal Engine 4 On Mobile Looks Like

On Sunday night, Nvidia announced its latest mobile graphics chip – the Tegra K1. The company boasts that it’s the first 64-bit Android processor that makes use of its desktop Kepler graphics technology to deliver cutting edge visuals on mobile devices. To help prove this point, Nvidia teamed up with Epic Games to get Unreal Engine 4 running on the …

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Nvidia Tegra K1 Brings PC Graphics To Mobile

Mobile graphics have come a long way since the original iPhone. We now have full 3D games on mobile that look just as good, if not better, than launch titles on the Xbox 360 and PS3. Nvidia obviously doesn’t think that’s good enough and is now developing a mobile graphics chip that will match the performance of PS4 and Xbox …

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Nvidia Shows Off Shield’s ‘Play Anywhere’ Capability

While the gaming world readies itself for the upcoming next-gen gaming console war, there’s another, less-discussed fight for aimed at PC gamers brewing. If you follow the gaming industry, you’ve already heard of Valve’s upcoming line of Steam Boxes, but they are not the only PC gaming giant targeting the “stream your PC games to other devices” market. Chief among …

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Mad Catz’ M.O.J.O. Enters The Micro-Console Market In December

Mad Catz is a name that many old-school gamers will associate with subpar third-party accessories while modern fighting game fans love the company for its high-quality fight sticks. Both probably never thought the company would be getting into the console business though. Mad Catz announced today that it will be officially entering the micro-console market on December 10 with the …

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Apple’s New iMacs Go On Sale Today

The iMac may not get as much love as it used to, but it’s still one of the best all-in-one desktop computers around. Now Apple’s making it a little better with a revamped model that’s shipping out today. Apple announced this morning that the new and improved iMac is now available at its online store, physical Apple retail stores and …

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Surprise: Batman Arkham Origins Will Look Best On The PC

Batman: Arkham City will not be getting a next-gen version when it releases later this year as the development team has decided to focus entirely on current gen consoles. That being said, there will be some next-gen features in the PC version of the game. In the latest Arkham Origins trailer, the developers show off the game running on Nvidia’s …

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Nvidia Is Bringing The Power Of PC Graphics To Mobile

Compared to PCs and consoles, mobile graphics are a little dated. Nvidia sees this as a problem, and it aims to fix it in the near future. At SIGGRAPH, an annual conference dedicated to computer graphics, Nvidia unveiled its new mobile GPU architecture based on its current line of Kepler GPUs for desktop computers. It’s called Project Logan and it …

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Nvidia Announces SHIELD Price Drop

While the video game world is primarily focusing on the upcoming iteration of the console wars–PS4!!! No!!! XBox One!!!!–some other companies that are making moves of their own, all in effort to bring PC/mobile gaming to additional outlets. One such entry, the Nvidia SHIELD, is primarily focused on attracting Android gamers. That, however, does not mean Nvidia has forgotten about …

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