To AI researchers

The TITAN V is a graphics card aimed towards machine learning. The card features Tensor Cores and 12GB of HBM2. During the Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR) conference, NVIDIA's CEO has given away twenty TITAN V "CEO Edition" GPUs to twenty random guests. Compared to a regular TITAN V, the CEO Edition packs 32GB of HBM2 VRAM.

Fix DisplayPort issue too

NVIDIA has issued a firmware update that fixes some issues with DisplayPort 1.3 / 1.4 monitor connectivity and enables the latest features over the same interface. With this fix, you will not see anymore blank screens, system hangs and bootloop with DisplayPort cable plugged in. The update also readies GeForce owners for HDR G-Sync gaming monitors.

The Crew 2 for free

It looks like NVIDIA is going to bundle the latest and greatest AAA games with graphics cards once again. If you are planning to buy a GeForce GTX 1080 or GTX 1080 Ti graphics cards, you may want to wait for this promotion to go live. This promotion is available for both desktop and mobile PCs.

Next August

While NVIDIA keeps to unveil GTX10 graphics cards like the GTX 1050 3GB, enthusiasts are holding their wallet for something really new. The upcoming GTX11 series should be unveiled somewhen during summer time. Apparently the mass production of the upcoming chips haven't started yet.

For State of Decay 2 and The Crew 2 Beta

NVIDIA's released its latest GeForce graphics drivers named 397.93. The new drivers add optimisations for State of Decay 2 and Ubisoft's upcoming The Crew 2 beta. Furthermore NVIDIA has also added support for CUDA 9.2 to their driver stack and has fixed a several bugs.

Same shader cores as the GTX 1050 Ti

NVIDIA has quietly added a 3GB version of the GeForce GTX 1050 to its lineup. Despite this card doesn't belong to the "Ti" series, it features the same number of shader cores as the 1050 Ti. Furthermore it sports higher clock rate than the Ti version. In order to make it a bit slower than the Ti version, NVIDIA has reduced the memory interface to 96-bit.

What we could expect from it?

Our friends over Tomshardware, have written a rather long and interesting article about the upcoming NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1180 graphics card. This model is expect for next July and they have done a recap about what we could expect to see in this new flagship GPU.

Gaming revenue is solid

NVIDIA's quarterly financial earnings report has come in and the GPU giant is doing very well. The company already saw a record fiscal Q4 2018, and now the company has published numbers for its fiscal Q1 2019. NVIDIA saw record revenue of $3.21 billion, a whopping 66% rise from a year ago.

For Conan Exiles, Pillars of Eternity II and Destiny 2

Last month, NVIDIA's 397.31 Game Ready driver ended up causing a lot of troubles for users with GeForce GTX 1060. The company has resolved the issue almost one week later with a quick hotfix. Moving on from the debacle, NVIDIA has released the 397.64 driver, compatible with Conan Exiles, Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire and Destiny 2 Warmind.

At GTC Taiwan

NVIDIA has posted a short teaser about the "Ultimate Gaming Experience". This might mean something, since we are all waiting a new series of graphics cards or it may mean something much less exciting like 4K HDR displays. As we mentioned in a news of yesterday, this monitors will be rather expensive and above $2000 USD.

MSRP price for several graphics cards

NVIDIA has just announced that their GeForce 10 series cards are back in stock and available for sale on GeForce website. If you are looking for a reference NVIDIA graphics card, you will be happy to know that they are available at MSRP price.

It is over already

During the last weeks we have talk about the GeForce Partner Program and all the rumors that it has created. Well it doesn't matter anymore since NVIDIA has killed the program. The company put up a blog post today that says that NVIDIA has decided to cancel the program.

Reset loop fixed

The previous set of drivers have been released last week and it had few bugs in them. NVIDIA has released a hotfix (397.55) to address the issues. Since this drivers went through a reduced QA process, if you haven't any issue with GeForce 397.31 driver we suggest to not update them.

397.31 WHQL are causing a few problems

A few hours ago, NVIDIA has released another version of Game Ready WHQL driver. The driver release came alone with the usual release notes and they offer performance boost for a couple of games like BattleTech and Frostpunk. On the official forum several users have reported endless PC reset loop with this drivers.

Powerful tool

NVIDIA is working hard on "Content-Aware Fill" like Adobe did with Photoshop lately. The company has introduced a new technique that uses AI to realistically fill photos. Below you can find a short video that might blow your mind.

Not GTX 20 series

NVIDIA's next family of gaming graphics cards might not be the GeForce GTX 20 Series after all. According to latest rumors, NVIDIA will use the GTX 11 Series name for the upcoming series. If the rumor is confirmed, NVIDIA doesn't plan to label the new cards by tens, like the current 1080 or 1070 models, but they will go with the GTX 1181 or the GTX 1185.

Still rather hard to do

During the course of the cryptocurrency hype, graphics cards makers have tried to find different strategies in order to contrast the shortage issue. NVIDIA has tried to make some effort towards this, selling some of its stock in the UK but it looks like that the green team is still far away to meet the demand.

Right after AMD announcment

NVIDIA's released its latest GeForce graphics drivers named 391.35. The new drivers are Game Ready for Far Cry 5. It also improves performance on GRIP and WRC 7 with a selected number of graphics cards.

Maybe already next month

During the CES 2017, ASUS and Acer among with other manufacturers have unveiled the first 4K big format gaming display. This display was set to be unveiled by the end of 2017. However due to several delays, the launch has been postponed to Q3 2018. According to some rumors, the first 4K/144Hz G-Sync HDR monitors might hit the market already next month.

Gaming brand only for NVIDIA

A few days ago, NVIDIA has introduced the GeForce Partner Program (GPP), an initiative that should fill the gap between NVIDIA and the companies that produce add-in cards or system based on its technology. NVIDIA will not require to join the program, however being part of the program will get the participants a lot of benefits.
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