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Smuggled Nvidia Cards Found After High-Speed Boat Chase
Smuggled Nvidia Cards Found After High-Speed Boat Chase
Only a week after a Chinese bust involving cheat makers and luxury cars, authorities have seized hundreds of smuggled Nvidia cards after a speedboat chase in the waters near Hong Kong international airport. Read more...
Global Chip Shortage, Affecting Everything From PS5s To Graphics Cards, Is Becoming A
Global Chip Shortage, Affecting Everything From PS5s To Graphics Cards, Is Becoming A "Crisis"
While anyone reading this will know it has been hard finding a PS5 lately, loads of other markets are experiencing shortages as well, thanks to a global “crisis” affecting the supply of semiconductor chips to, well, anything that uses them.
Watch Dogs Legion’s online mode has arrived on PC
Watch Dogs Legion’s online mode has arrived on PC
The online co-op game mode has arrived on PC for Watch Dogs Legion, less than two weeks after being "indefinitely" delayed due to a late-breaking issue the developers discovered that caused crashing for players with specific graphics hardware.
GeForce Now Video Game Streaming Service Doubles In Price
GeForce Now Video Game Streaming Service Doubles In Price
Nvidia is raising the price of its GeForce Now game streaming service from $5 a month to $10, the company announced in a blog post this morning. Read more...
Horizon Zero Dawn Can Run In 72p And It Looks Beautiful
Horizon Zero Dawn Can Run In 72p And It Looks Beautiful
While most folks will gravitate towards the top end of the graphics settings for a game, there’s something to be said for heading for the bottom, just to see what it looks like.
Intel and Nvidia Are Probably Not Colluding to Keep AMD Out of Gaming Laptops
Intel and Nvidia Are Probably Not Colluding to Keep AMD Out of Gaming Laptops
If you’ve visited the AMD subreddit, the Linus Tech Tips forums, or elsewhere over the last several months, you might have come across a conspiracy theory that Intel and Nvidia struck a secret deal with one another to keep higher-end GPUs out of AMD Ryzen 4000-series laptops.