NVIDIA’s new GTX 980 Ti powers its way into solid 4K gaming

Anyone who wants to play games in 4K at a decent framerate would require to drop at least $800 or probably more¬†on a video card or else there’s a snowball’s chance in hell their gaming rig would have enough grunt … Continue reading “NVIDIA’s new GTX 980 Ti powers its way into solid 4K gaming”

NVIDIA G-SYNC brings smoother graphics onto gaming laptops

When NVIDIA first announced the G-SYNC, they promised that it would kill typical gaming issues like lag and stutter on desktop PCs but you need both a supported¬†graphics card and monitor for it to work. However, that is not really … Continue reading “NVIDIA G-SYNC brings smoother graphics onto gaming laptops”

Computex 2015: NVIDIA announces GameWorks VR, better graphics for virtual reality

NVIDIA has just announced a new tool for game developers to work with virtual reality under their own GameWorks VR label. The slew of programming tools and graphic engine updates aim to ensure the best possible performance for computers that … Continue reading “Computex 2015: NVIDIA announces GameWorks VR, better graphics for virtual reality”