Palit EEC filings suggest the GTX 1060 could come back as a cryptomining card.
As if current stock struggles weren’t enough, there will be fewer RTX 3090 models on the market soon, by all accounts.
Although it is far from conceding defeat, some have considered the shuttering of Stadia’s first-party game development studio as a moment of weakness. Naturally, its competitors in that still young market are taking the opportunity to show their strength. NVIDIA finally published its long list of GeForce NOW supported titles and Amazon Luna has gone invite-free on Fire TV devices. … Continue reading
Price cuts of up to $600 have made these Alienware deals with GeForce RTX graphics card surprisingly good value right now.
Nvidia has finally released the GeForce RTX 3060, hoping gamers holding onto their GTX 1060 will finally upgrade to the new hotness.
Nvidia debuted Resizable BAR on its RTX 3060, and its coming to other RTX 3000 cards in March, allowing gamers to get a boost in select titles.
NVIDIA announced today that it’s rolling out a new feature called Resizable BAR to some RTX 30-series machines. This new feature could boost performance in some games, resulting in as much as a 10% boost to frame rates in those titles. For now, Resizable BAR is only available through the RTX 3060 on desktop and on RTX 30-series laptops, but … Continue reading
AMD first brought in Smart Access Memory with Big Navi GPUs, and now Nvidia has its own version.
Photo by Sam Byford / The Verge
Nvidia has started to roll out support for Resizable BAR, a feature of PCI Express that can boost frame rates in certain games by up to 10 percent. The new RTX 3060 graphics card is the first to include Resizable BAR, which allows certain CPUs to access the full graphics frame buffer, instead of being limited to reading just 256MB blocks. Support for other 30-series GPUs will be available in late March.
You’ll need the right CPU, motherboard, and graphics card to utilize this new feature, and Nvidia is working with both AMD and Intel to provide chipset support. AMD’s Zen 3 CPUs are supported, alongside Intel’s 10th Gen processors and the company’s upcoming 11th Gen S chips.
Nvidia’s Resizable BAR...
Not long ago, AMD unveiled its latest Ryzen 5000 mobile CPUs. Unfortunately, not many laptops are coming with these CPUs. Acer begs to differ today ...
The post Acer Aspire 7 with AMD Ryzen 5000 CPU goes official in India appeared first on Gizchina.com.
Nvidia's affordable RTX 3060 has much going for it, but there's still plenty of confusion over which model to choose from among more than 50 different designs.
Supply issues aside, Nvidia has yet another midrange hit on its hands. Whether it's in gaming or creative applications, the RTX 3060 impresses.
EVGA’s RTX 3060 graphics card | Photo by Sean Hollister / The Verge
Nvidia’s new RTX 3060 will be available to purchase starting on Thursday, February 25th at 9AM PT / 12PM ET. Unlike other GPUs in the RTX 30 series, Nvidia is not making a Founder’s Edition of the RTX 3060, but other manufacturers like EVGA and Gigabyte are making their own iterations of the RTX 3060. The price is said to be $329, but as has been the case for the past year, it’s unlikely you’ll be able to find it available for that. Retailers that have posted listings are already marking up 3060 cards to $390 or more, which is much closer in price to the step-up 3060 Ti.
The Verge’s Sean Hollister reviewed EVGA’s iteration of the RTX 3060 and noted in his review that although the GPU’s price makes it more competitive to buy, you’re...
Some 3060 models could be priced at $600+ – but others look like they’ll land at Nvidia’s recommended price.
CEO Jensen Huang admitted his wunder-biz is 'constrained' Nvidia continues to grow and beat Wall Street's expectations amid a global chip shortage. On Wednesday, it revealed bumper figures for the fourth quarter of its fiscal 2021, the three months to January 31, and full-year results.…
AMD is gearing up to welcome the latest addition to its Radeon RX 6000 graphics card family, with the company announcing that the new GPU will debut next month.
PC requirements for the game Diablo 2: Resurrected are not particularly monstrous. If you run Diablo 2 on your computer right now, chances are you’ll be able to run Diablo 2: Resurrected with little change or upgrade. This is, of course, for the most basic and low-resolution version of the game, but still – it’s none too wild! Blizzard revealed … Continue reading
RTX 3060 might just launch as the least affordable mid-range GPU Nvidia ever made, going by leaked prices.
Photo by Avery White / The Verge
Pop quiz: which is the better deal, $500 off a Razer Blade laptop, or $150 off an Asus Zephyrus G14? It might hinge on whether you need a webcam, because in practically every other way the Asus is the laptop I’d buy today.
That’s not to say there’s anything particularly wrong with the Razer Blade 15 Base at today’s unheard of price of $1,099 at Amazon (regularly $1,599): aside from the paltry 256GB of solid state storage, you’re looking at a speedy 6-core Core i7-10750H processor, GeForce GTX 1660 Ti graphics that should competently tackle yesteryear’s biggest titles, a 144Hz 1080p screen, plus plenty of ports packed into an attractive black CNC aluminum chassis with single-zone RGB lighting. The deal at midnight PT Sunday.
Spec requirements are pretty easy-going, but running at Full HD resolution will require 16GB of RAM.