AIDA64 adds information for a mysterious Nvidia GeForce RTX T10-8 graphics card based on the TU102 die.
Nvidia is publishing some of its GPU hardware documentation with the MIT license to make it more accessible to Linux developers.
Nvidia shares new screenshots of Control with its ray tracing technology and reveals PC requirements.
GPU-Z developer W1zzard has discovered that the GeForce RTX 2070 Super and RTX 2060 Super come with three difference device IDs each.
The Tom’s Hardware Best PC Builds Competition is back! There are six different budget categories, ranging from $500, all the way up to $5,000.
The FCC published Nvidia filings related to an updated Shield TV--the first hardware upgrade the set-top box has seen since CES 2017.
Nvidia released GeForce Hotfix Driver Version 431.68 to resolve problems affecting the mouse pointer.
Nvidia released Game Ready drivers with better support for Wolfenstein: Youngblood, the new RTX 2080 Super GPU, and three additional G-Sync Compatible displays.
Nvidia released a security update to address a flaw that enabled malicious code execution on "every single Tegra device released so far."
Nvidia celebrated the Apollo 11 moon landing's 50th anniversary with a real-time ray tracing demo featuring commentary from Buzz Aldrin.
Nvidia claimed Monster Hunter: World's upcoming deep learning super sampling (DLSS) support can lead to performance boosts up to 50% at max settings.
Nvidia's FrameView Capture Tool helps analyze Nvidia and AMD graphics card performance and is free to try.
Nvidia released new drivers with improved performance, compatibility with new Super graphics cards and support for three G-Sync Compatible monitors.
Nvidia reportedly confirmed that it's partnered with Samsung to manufacture its Ampere GPU, which is expected to launch in 2020 using its 7nm EUVL process.
Nvidia has presented its RC 18 research chip for inference acceleration. The small 16nm chip with RISC-V core scales to 32 units in a package, delivering over 100 TOPS at over 100W.
A reported photo of a graphics card from Nvidia's upcoming RTX 20-series Super line has leaked online.
Nvidia partnered with Ubisoft to make GeForce RTX the "official graphics platform" for "Watch Dogs: Legion."