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Hands-on review: Supercharging the RTX with the ROG STRIX RTX2080 SUPER
You can expect stable 60FPS+ gameplay over 4K UHD resolution over most AAA titles, or even with DLSS turned on when working with WQHD resolution.
NVIDIA's GeForce RTX 2060 hails 'next-gen gaming'
Nvidia’s making a bold claim that it’s now the start of next-generation gaming.
Trust us, we’re Nvidia: GeForce RTX 20-series GPU preview
When I caught up with Brian Burke, Nvidia’s gaming tech PR guy, at PAX AUS in Melbourne, I didn’t hold back. I asked him why should Kiwis part with such a huge amount of money for something that, right now, doesn’t do a lot.
How gaming graphics changed the world: Nvidia AI Conference Sydney
The Singularity, the hypothetical moment in time when artificial intelligence becomes capable of recursive self-improvement, could radically change human civilisation almost overnight.
NVIDIA releases major leap forward in graphics rendering
At SIGGRAPH today the Turing GPU architecture was announced, NVIDIA’s “most important innovation in computer graphics in more than a decade.”
AMD desktop processors supposedly deliver best-in-class compute performance
AMD announced the global availability of its 2nd Generation Ryzen processors.
GTC18 - NVIDIA ‘ray tracing’ solution more than fun and games
The GPU giant is calling this “the biggest advance in computer graphics since the introduction of programmable shaders nearly two decades ago.”
Bring games to life like never before with the ROG Poseidon GTX1080Ti
I have no hesitations when it comes to recommending this graphics card to our audience...
Nvidia announces new powerhouse graphics card feat. new tech
This heavyweight GPU will be more targeted at data centre usage and high-performance computing, as opposed to consumer level computing.
Vic Uni and Weta Digital launches computer graphics programme
“Computer graphics is an exciting field that offers students an opportunity to explore both the art and science of creating digital imagery."