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NVIDIA's Bundling Rise Of The Tomb Raider With GTX 970+ Video Cards

You’ll still have to wait until 28 January to get your hands on Rise of the Tomb Raider, but if you’re looking to upgrade your GPU at the same time, NVIDIA might have the deal for you. According to the graphics vendor, for a limited time, it’ll be bundling the game with its high-end 900 series hardware.

I Bought An Expensive-Arse PC Gaming Monitor And It's Really Good

Look, sometimes you spend $US709 ($972) on a gaming monitor and wind up really happy with your purchase. I’m not saying it happens every time, but it happened this time.

Microsoft's Surface Book: Not Made For Gaming, But Not Terrible At It

Microsoft’s $2299 Surface Book, which launched in Australia at the same time as its flagship Sydney store, is a thin and light tablet with a keyboard dock that contains extra battery power. Uniquely, though, the Surface Book’s lower half also contains a Nvidia GeForce graphics card, fueling some small hope that it might be adequate for a bit of weekend gaming.

After some mucking around with different Nvidia drivers and a bunch of testing over the weekend, I can say that adequate is the word — the Surface Book certainly isn’t a gaming powerhouse, but with a bit of software hacking, it’s not terrible, and enough to enjoy a modern video game or two.

Assassin's Creed Syndicate Runs Pretty Well On PC

If there’s been one constant with the Assassin’s Creed games over the last few years, it’s that they have run like shit on PC.

The Rainbow Six: Siege NVIDIA Trailer Shouldn't Upset Just AMD Users

Ubisoft’s latest trailer showing off Rainbow Six: Siege looks nice. Very nice, in fact, which shouldn’t be a surprise considering the camera angles, panning and various cinematic shots they’re deploying for what is supposed to be an intense first-person competitive shooter. But there’s a problem: it’s got NVIDIA all over the shop. And while that’s handy if you own a flashy GeForce GTX graphics card, it’s not something gamers should be thrilled about.

Want Almost 200 FPS In Star Wars: Battlefront? Then Get Two NVIDIA 980 Ti's

We’ve already got Nathan’s opinions on the actual content, but what about the game’s performance from a technical standpoint? Fortunately the internet is full of those too. And the best part? You don’t need to spend quite as many thousands of dollars to get 200 FPS as you’d think.

Fallout 4 PC Benchmarks: Get Post-Apocalyptic At 1080p, 1440p And 4K

What may be the biggest game of 2015 is finally here with the launch of Fallout 4 this week. Set in Boston 200 years after a nuclear war, Bethesda’s latest open world action-RPG is the Fallout series’ fifth major instalment and along with touting a list of new features, the developer has teased gamers with details about the graphics technology in Fallout 4.

It's Not All Bad: AMD's Snatched A Sliver Of The GPU Market Back From NVIDIA

It’s no secret NVIDIA is dominating the discrete graphics market, despite AMD’s best efforts. However, while the latter company may have lost a chunk of market share compared to last year, the most recent quarter saw it claw back a little. But only a little.

NVIDIA's 'Game Ready' Drivers Will Soon Be Behind A Software & Registration Wall

If you’re used to getting the most recent drivers for your NVIDIA card via Windows Update or NVIDIA’s home page, you’re in for a rude surprise. Starting mid-next month you’ll have to not only install the GeForce Experience (GFE), but register with NVIDIA to get your fix of “Game Ready” software for your graphics card.

Downscaling In Fallout 4 Is As Easy As Editing One File

Part of the joy of playing on PC is being able to run in whatever resolution you want. Especially if you’re one of those people who like taking really, really pretty screenshots. 10 FPS? That’s 10 gorgeous screenshots per second in some people’s books.

If you’re not obsessed with going into 200 FPS town, and you want to squeeze as many apocalyptic textures as possible into one screen, downscaling is the way to go. Fortunately, it’s really easy to do in Fallout 4.

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