Tech News MSI made a limited edition liquid-cooled GeForce GTX 1080 to celebrate its 30th anniversary
MSI has unveiled a limited edition liquid-cooled GeForce GTX 1080 in celebration of its 30th anniversary of making PC hardware. Created in collaboration with EKWB, the one-of-a-kind card features striking stainless steel highlights and a custom 120mm EK-XLC Predator AIO cooler.
Nvidia unveils their new Nvidia Drive PX 2 AI computing platform. It’s a self-driving AI for cars that uses a mere 10W of power for its abilities, such as highway automated driving and HD mapping.
Alienware has refreshed its line-up of gaming notebooks with NVIDIA's latest Pascal graphics cards. These notebooks are slimmer and more powerful than before, and also happen to be Alienware's first to be ready to take on the latest VR games and applications.
Mainstream PC gamers may be in for some good news as the alleged specifications of the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 graphics card have been leaked online. With a pinch of salt taken, click here for more details.
NVIDIA has announced the GeForce GTX 1060 3GB, a slightly scaled down version of the 6GB card that costs just US$199.
ASUS has updated its ROG gaming laptops with NVIDIA's new 10-series mobile graphics cards. The new GPUs reportedly have a maximum performance deviation of just 10 per cent from their desktop counterparts, bringing an unprecedented level of performance to gaming notebooks.
Aftershock has refreshed its high-end gaming notebook range with brand new NVIDIA 10-series Pascal GPUs and a host of new features. The update applies to its best-selling S series notebooks and the ultra-enthusiast W series laptops that are intended as serious desktop replacements.
Just a few months ago, NVIDIA released its first GPUs to be based on its all-new Pascal architecture. And now, NVIDIA is bringing its Pascal architecture to gaming notebooks by announcing the new GTX 10-series mobile GPUs.
NVIDIA has reportedly roped in Samsung to make 14nm Pascal-based GPUs by the end of the year, marking a further shrink down from TSMC's 16nm process.