When it comes to building a PC, often the most money is spent ont he graphics card, and for good reason. A good graphics card is the main driver of a PC’s performance, because all other metrics have stopped making huge leaps several years ago. Continue reading NVIDIA’s GTX 1080: Double the performance, half the price
One of the industries worst affected by smartphones is that of portable game consoles. Sure, there always were just two main players on the market (Sony and Nintendo), but mobile gaming has taken away a large chunk of the userbase: The casual gamers, who play a game or two to pass the time. Continue reading NVIDIA announces the JXD S192: An Android gaming console
Gaming Laptops have always been a bit of an odd lot: In the beginning, they were too large to be called a laptop, and over the years they have evolved from heavily accentuated monsters to slick ultrabooks. Continue reading Stick a Desktop Graphics Card in your Laptop with the Razer Core
Cloud Gaming is the future. With the help of Cloud Gaming, one can play the most graphical intensive games on any device, with the only requirement being a good and stable Internet Connection. Continue reading NVIDIA announces new Game-Streaming Service, and it is free till June
Gaming PCs and Gaming Laptops have a bit of a chasm between them when it comes to performance. Moreover, due to the Mobile Nature of the Laptop, Gamers have to tune down the graphics for Gaming Longer.
NVIDIA has announced its new Maxwell Mobile GPUs, which are out to fix that. Continue reading Are you a Desktop Gamer? NVIDIA’s Latest GPUs Pack enough Punch to Make you Switch
Remember the NVIDIA Shield? That Hunk of a Device that was meant to be a Portable Console? It was a bulky device and wasn’t really all that portable. But for all that bulk, you got some serious firepower, and a nice controller to boot. Continue reading The NVIDIA Shield Tablet: A Device built for Gaming
Nvidia has unveiled the Pascal series of GPUs which will debut in 2016, so don’t hold your breath.
Nvidia collaborated with IBM to create a new faster GPU-CPU interconnect, enabling GPUs and CPUs to communicate 5-12 times faster than they can now. GPU-CPU communication is an essential part of supercomputing and such a development can increase development by leaps and bounds in the field. How fast? 80 GB per second. The current 16 GB per second seems paltry compared to this.
Continue reading Nvidia unveils next-gen Pascal GPUs which give you a triple dose: Smaller, Faster and More efficient
Think of what comes to you mind when you think of a gaming laptop. What come to the mind? Thick? Bulky? Menacing? Powerful? Well, with the new Razer blade, you can cross off the first two from off your list cause the new Blade is thin. And light. Boy, it is so thin and light that it actually deserves to belong in an entirely new category: Gaming Ultrabooks.
Razer has being making gaming ultrabooks and packing in powerful tech in impossibly small enclosures with it’s Blade series. This is the Blade’s 3rd iteration.
Continue reading Razer unveils the Blade: Quite possibly the best gaming laptop.
Gaming laptops aren’t known for their stellar battery life. They only offer power, not portability. If you need to have an all night long gaming session, you needed to ensure that a power outlet was nearby.
“Imagine a car where you’ve duct-taped the accelerator to the floor. That’s what notebooks are doing today,” says NVIDIA Continue reading NVIDIA unveils super power efficent GTX 800M Laptop Graphics cards
Nvidia announced two new Graphics Cards aimed at the Midrange Desktop market.
The new GPUs feature the new Maxwell architecture due to which they are more energy efficient while also having some performance improvements Continue reading Nvidia unveils Midrange GPUs : GTX 750 and GTX 750Ti with all new Maxwell architecture