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Shade Casted Over GeForce Now as 2K Games Joins Bethesda and Activision In Leaving the Streaming Service

Following the removal of Activision and Bethesda games from GeForce Now, 2K Games has now chosen to remove its games from the once-promising cloud streaming service as well. When Bethesda chose to remove all but one of its games – Wolfenstein Youngblood – it was said that there was a misunderstanding on Nvidia’s part. As of now, there’s no word about why 2K Games has joined the slowly growing list of publishers to leave the service. News comes via a post on Nvidia’s forums in a very short announcement that said nothing more than: Per publisher request, please be advised 2K Games titles will be removed from GeForce NOW today. We are working with 2K Games to re-enable their games in the future. Before GeForce Now exited the beta testing phase, Capcom and Square Enix removed their games from the service, so the publishers that have left in the last year include: CapcomSquare EnixBethesdaActivision2K Games It seems as if...

All But One Bethesda Game Has Been Removed from GeForce Now

Not so long ago, at the beginning of this month, Activision pulled its games from Nvidia's GeForce Now game streaming service. Activisions decision to do this has, reportedly, come down to a misunderstanding on Nvidia's part. Now, it looks like the same story might be repeating itself once again as Bethesda has decided to pull all of its games, aside from Wolfenstein: Youngblood, for unknown reasons. Is this yet another misunderstanding, this time between Nvidia and Bethesda or something more? Nvidia made the following announcement in a blog post: "Please be advised most Bethesda Softworks titles will be removed from the GeForce Now service today. Wolfenstein Youngblood will remain for all members." Nvidia has yet to comment on why Bethesda games have been removed or prodide any informaiton on whether or not they will be returning, but second post has confirmed that there could be more withdraws...

Nvidia is Giving Away The Limited and Very Yellow Cyberpunk 2077 GPU

Updated 2/17/2020 1:20 PM: The blurry image shown off by Nvidia is, in fact, that of a GeForce RTX 2080 Ti, known as the Cyberpunk 2077 Edition. This isn’t just something you can run out and buy from your local PC supply store, though. Nvidia is only producing 77 examples, and it’s giving them away, seemingly at random, to those that retweet their post and tag another gamer. If your tweet is selected as a winner, you and the person you tagged will get the limited-run GPU. Here’s the official tweet: Introducing the GeForce RTX 2080 Ti Cyberpunk 2077 Edition. We made 77 for our community.Want one? Here's how:1. RT this video.2. Tag a gamer who is as excited as you about Cyberpunk 2077 in the replies with #RTXOn3. If selected, you BOTH win these limited edition GPUs! pic.twitter.com/IG2BZZCZ6H— NVIDIA GeForce (@NVIDIAGeForce) February 17, 2020...

November 2019 Nvidia GeForce Update – What You Need to Know

Today's graphics cards give us the ability to play old games with no problems, but updates are necessary to keep up with the latest and greatest games. Such is the case with Nvidia GeForce graphics cards, and the new updated that is downright required. It will bring your system up to par and ready to support Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order and it addresses a number of other fixes for various games. First, this update will make Star Wars: Fallen Order run smooth at 60 fps. Secondly, it addresses some issue with Red Dead Redemption, Quake 3 Arena, and Surge 2. Unfortunately, there are still unreseolved problems, though, so don't get your hopes up for RDR2 to run perfect just yet. Problems Fixed with November 2019 GeForce Update Red Dead Redemption- Geometry corruption fixedRed Dead Redemption- V-sync disabled errorThe Surge 2- VULKAN_ERROR_DEVICE_LOSTQuake 3 Arena- washed...

Nvidia’s New “Super” Lineup Delivers Real-Time Ray Tracing and Crazy Performance

https://youtu.be/9j3yBOvtRn8 Nvidia has supercharged its lineup of gaming GPUs by introducing GeForce® RTX 2060 SUPER™, GeForce RTX 2070 SUPER and GeForce RTX 2080 SUPER -- delivering best-in-class gaming performance and real time ray tracing for today’s and next-generation games. The result of nearly a year of architectural and process optimizations, the new GeForce RTX SUPER GPUs deliver the fastest gaming performance, and the best power efficiency of any gaming GPU in their class. They also offer gamers an uncompromised combination of leading performance and cutting-edge features. “The ecosystem driving real-time ray tracing is immense -- tens of millions of GPUs, industry standard APIs, leading game engines and an all-star roster of game franchises,” said Jeff Fisher, senior vice president of the PC business at NVIDIA. “This killer lineup of SUPER GPUs delivers even more performance for demanding PC gamers and ensures that they’re prepared for the coming...

The Newest Nvidia G-Sync Compatible Monitors Are Here and You Need to Know About Them

Since the launch of G-SYNC, gaming monitors have evolved quickly with higher refresh rates, HDR and new form factors. They’ve become the standard for pro gaming, and we continue to help guide their evolution by working with partners and with end-to-end development and certification testing. Expanding G-SYNC Today we’re announcing that we’re expanding the G-SYNC ecosystem. There are hundreds of monitor models available capable of variable refresh rates (VRR) using the VESA DisplayPort Adaptive-Sync protocol. However, the VRR gaming experience can vary widely. To improve the experience for gamers, NVIDIA will test monitors. Those that pass our validation tests will be G-SYNC Compatible and enabled by default in the GeForce driver. G-SYNC Compatible tests will identify monitors that deliver a baseline VRR experience on GeForce RTX 20-series and GeForce GTX 10-series graphics cards, and activate their VRR features automatically. Support for G-SYNC Compatible monitors will begin Jan. 15 with the...

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