2K Games pulls their library from Nvidia GeForce Now

Comments Well, it’s almost hard to report on this now as Nvidia seemingly keeps getting pushed down, and it’s hard to not think that we’re just repeating ourselves here. But nevertheless, another major games company has pulled their library of games from GeForce Now, this time the culprit being 2K games. “Per publisher request, please… Continue reading 2K Games pulls their library from Nvidia GeForce Now

GeForce 442.50 GPU driver fixes Apex Legends crash, supports Division 2 New York DLC

System Requirements Optimum 1080p PC Build Low vs Ultra Screenshots GPU Performance Chart CPU List That Meet System Requirements GPU List That Meet System Requirements Comments The Division 2 PC Demand #100+ Rate this game User Rating 7.53 user review score. Average score out of 10, based on 246 review scores” style=”background: #dddd22″> 7.53 Ok… Continue reading GeForce 442.50 GPU driver fixes Apex Legends crash, supports Division 2 New York DLC

GeForce Now continues to stir controversy as the Long Dark is pulled from the service

System Requirements Low vs Ultra Screenshots GPU Performance Chart CPU List That Meet System Requirements GPU List That Meet System Requirements Comments The Long Dark PC Demand #100+ Rate this game User Rating 8.37 user review score. Average score out of 10, based on 30 review scores” style=”background: #4db53c”> 8.37 Ok Not Ok Optimisation 8.6… Continue reading GeForce Now continues to stir controversy as the Long Dark is pulled from the service

Up For Debate – Has GeForce Now convinced you cloud gaming can work?

Comments After years of dancing around with beta tests and lofty promises, this week GeForce Now was finally unleashed on the world. Nvidia’s cloud gaming solution was pitched as the ideal halfway house between traditional PC gaming and the all-in solution offered by Google Stadia. It’s cloud gaming but using your existing PC gaming library,… Continue reading Up For Debate – Has GeForce Now convinced you cloud gaming can work?

GeForce Now Review – Do we have a Stadia Killer on our hands?

Comments Nvidia has launched GeForce Now with all the crazy promises we’ve come to expect from cloud gaming services over the years, from OnLive through to Google Stadia. Incredible visuals! Imperceptible leg! The Power of the Cloud! But all of this is just empty rhetoric if the final product doesn’t work. And rest assured, this is… Continue reading GeForce Now Review – Do we have a Stadia Killer on our hands?

GeForce Now launched – Stream your library of PC games regardless of client

Comments Following a good few years in beta, GeForce Now has officially launched. As of February 4th, GeForce Now is a fully fledged cloud streaming service with access to upwards of 1000 games using just about any online device. GeForce Now is available from today on Windows PC, Mac OS, streaming media TVs, and Android… Continue reading GeForce Now launched – Stream your library of PC games regardless of client

GeForce Now leak reveals pricing and more details

Comments It seems that video game streaming is becoming a thing now. With streaming sites like Netflix or Amazon bringing the world of cinema and high-end TV to our couches, it was only a matter of time for the world of video games to transition as well. But after Stadia’s rocky start for the new… Continue reading GeForce Now leak reveals pricing and more details

Nvidia GeForce 442.19 GPU driver adds support for Zombie Army 4, improves Max FPS feature

System Requirements Optimum 1080p PC Build Low vs Ultra Screenshots GPU Performance Chart CPU List That Meet System Requirements GPU List That Meet System Requirements Comments Zombie Army 4: Dead War PC Demand #100+ Rate this game User Rating 6.27 user review score. Average score out of 10, based on 15 review scores” style=”background: #dddd22″>… Continue reading Nvidia GeForce 442.19 GPU driver adds support for Zombie Army 4, improves Max FPS feature

Laptop Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 Super Mobility graphics card spotted in benchmark database

Comments The GeForce Turing family of desktop graphics processors has already received the ‘Super’ treatment, but there is now more concrete evidence that gaming notebooks are to receive the same Super overhaul, and it might be sooner than you think.  An entry from Geekbench today has shown Nvidia’s discrete GeForce RTX 2080 Super w/ Max-Q… Continue reading Laptop Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 Super Mobility graphics card spotted in benchmark database

Rumour: First GeForce RTX 3080 and RTX 3070 Ampere 7nm specs leak – up to 20GB VRAM

Comments We’re in that quiet spot right before a new graphics card generation and the rumours are beginning to get a little wild, so take it will a smidgen of salt when we tell you that the specs for Nvidia’s next-generation Ampere GPUs have surfaced. The specs for what appears to the Nvidia GeForce RTX… Continue reading Rumour: First GeForce RTX 3080 and RTX 3070 Ampere 7nm specs leak – up to 20GB VRAM