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NVIDIA's PC Gaming Business Doubled In Three Years

It’s Computex week, which means one thing: it’s time to talk tech. Computex is the largest technology trade show and vendor conference in the world, running for five days across various buildings, conference halls, VIP rooms and hotel suites throughout Taipei, Taiwan.

But this week’s particularly important for gamers, because it marks the launch of the first generation of graphics cards on new manufacturing process. For NVIDIA, that means talking about Pascal. And for it’s CEO Jen-Hsun Huang, that means talking about PC games.


Here's The Cheapest Prices In Australia For NVIDIA's GeForce GTX 1080

The tech world has been waiting years for NVIDIA to release a GPU on the advanced 16nm process, and as of late yesterday evening Australian retailers were finally allowed to start selling them.

So here it is: a list of the cheapest places in Australia you can buy a NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080.


Another Australian Retailer Is Charging $1299 For NVIDIA's GTX 1080

Late last week one Australian retailer popped up charging an astounding $1299 for the first models of NVIDIA’s GTX 1080. Today, there’s another.


Here's The Australian Review Of NVIDIA's GeForce GTX 1080

Nvidia’s newest graphics card is — again — its most powerful, its most energy efficient, and its best for next-generation gaming in virtual reality and in Ultra HD resolutions. It’s also surprisingly cheap internationally, and unsurprisingly expensive in Australia. But price aside, if you do happen to pick up a new GTX 1080-based card either from Nvidia or any of its manufacturing partners, you’ll get yourself an extremely powerful and future-proofed card that also serves as a great bellweather for what will be a very important year in graphics technology.


The First Benchmarks For The NVIDIA GTX 1070 Have Appeared

For the last week all the GPU buzz has been about NVIDIA’s GTX 1080. The new king, the new top dog in performance, so on and so forth. But most people can’t and won’t buy the GTX 1080 — it’s too expensive. What’s really interesting is where the much more affordable GTX 1070 will land — and now we have an idea.


NVIDIA Cards Are Having Issues With Total War Warhammer

AMD and Creative Assembly made a big deal of their partnership earlier this year, especially when the British studio talked about all the benefits DirectX 12 would offer. But while things are looking nice and rosy for Team Red, those with NVIDIA cards are having to play a little bit of catch-up.


NVIDIA Geforce GTX 1080 Review: Time For An Upgrade

After months of speculation and anticipation, Nvidia’s latest piece of hardware you put in your computer to make things look pretty is here. The GeForce GTX 1080 is much better than the pieces of hardware you put in your computer to make things look pretty that came before it.


Total War: Warhammer Doesn't Support SLI Yet

It’s been in the works for a while, and as of tomorrow the latest iteration of the Total War series. (Let’s all just agree to call it Total Warhammer to save everyone time.) And because Creative Assembly went to the effort of leveraging the classic Games Workshop franchise, it’s not hard to say that Warhammer might be the most anticipated Total War game yet.

But it’s also highly intriguing from a technical perspective. Total War games feature a lot of units and they’re pretty damn good at pushing your computer to the limit. Unfortunately, they don’t seem terribly great at pushing SLI setups to the limit.


NVIDIA GTX 1080 Pre-Orders Sold Out In Minutes

Given NVIDIA’s initial claims and then the real-world benchmarks that have started to appear, it’s no surprise that PC gamers are slightly hyped for the launch of the GPU giant’s latest and greatest silicon.

But the GeForce GTX 1080 — since the much-more affordable GTX 1070 isn’t on sale yet — still costs a lot. Not that it’s stopped anyone.


A Look At The GeForce GTX 1080's PCB And The Chips That Literally Power It

Recently NVIDIA took the wraps off of its Pascal-powered GTX 1080, which is kicking butt in both benchmarks and wallet destruction. Now it’s time to look deeper at the actual hardware — and I’m not talking about the GPU. We can do better than that.


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