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  1. http://www.geforce.com/whats-new/articles/e3-2017-gameready-contest NVIDIA will have a booth on the show floor for the first time in several years, so be sure to stop by our booth in the West hall to go hands-on with Destiny 2 in 4K at 60 FPS, Project Cars 2, Absolver, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, and much more. This E3 also brings our second annual "E3 is #GameReady" contest, with over $100,000 in prizes up for grabs. We’ve got three ways for you to score incredible prizes: We want to hear from you what games of E3 you’re excited to play on PC - even if the game isn’t officially coming to PC. Take to Twitter, tag @NVIDIAGeForce and use #GameReady E3 and you could win some killer prizes, including: An iBuyPower Snowblind Battlebox Ultimate PC One of 50 GeForce GTX 1080 Ti GPUs Set of three Dell 27” 1440P G-SYNC monitors for NVIDIA Surround Acer Predator X34 ultrawide G-SYNC display Acer Predator 32” 4K display Oculus Rift and Oculus Touch VR headset Astro A40 or wireless A50 headsets Game bundles with some of our favorite indie, 4K, and Ubisoft games And more! A great time to enter is during the press conferences from Electronic Arts, Microsoft, Bethesda, the PC Gamer Show, Ubisoft, Sony, and Nintendo, and be sure to follow @NVIDIAGeForce for live updates during the press conferences and the whole week of E3. You can also subscribe to the NVIDIA GeForce YouTube channel and leaving a comment on any E3 2017-related video. The team will be bringing you tons of content from the biggest games, exclusive Destiny 2 PC content, interviews, and much more. Lastly, we have an exclusive giveaway happening through GeForce Experience. Remember the GeForce GTX G-Assist we “announced” back in April? We’ve made real, working, 64GB GeForce GTX USB Drives, and we’re giving away 1,080 of them to GeForce Experience members who have logged in and opted in to the NVIDIA newsletter by June 23rd. This is one of the only ways to get these extremely rare, limited edition GeForce GTX USB drives. There’s a ton of ways to win at E3 this year! Keep your eyes locked on NVIDIA GeForce Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube for lots more from E3 2017.
  2. GTX 680 FTW GPU

    Hey dudes, I recently came across 2 GPU's.. They're Nvidia GTX 680's in an SLI setup. I heard these were the GPU's that tested the GTX 980 content, and is basically a clone. I would love to get these if they are as hyped up as much as they seem. 4g of VRAM!? Chyeah!!!!!!
  3. All,   Lots of buzz and media hype are already surrounding the next iteration of Nvidia GPUs.  The next line of GPUs, the 800 series, will be built around Maxwell, the successor to Kepler, which is the technology on which the 700 series cards are built.   What, exactly, will Maxwell bring to the table?  In my opinion, another incremental step of improvement which I will expand on a little below.  In Intel terms, Maxwell will be closer to a "tock", we will have to wait for Volta to see the next "tick" (or major improvement).  Current white papers and articles talk about the usual stuff... better power efficiency, blah, blah, blah.  As if gamers care (let alone enthusiasts).  Most of us would gladly be able to cook a thanksgiving turkey inside our cases if it meant we would be able to achieve the framerates we want.   The biggest thing Maxwell brings to the table is that it is Nvidia's first offering of a unified memory architecture.  What that means is that the GPU (using new hardware and firmware tech) will be able to access system memory in addition to that on the card itself.  What does that mean to gamers?  Not much, I think, especially at the outset.  Here is why...   First, system memory and GPU memory are not directly compatible hardware components.  Their speed, latency, and architecture cannot be directly linked together.  What this means is that for the GPU to access system memory, it will have to do so indirectly through a process of virtualization.  Skipping over lots of tech speak and getting to the main point of why this isn't such a great thing for gamers is that any virtualization of memory will introduce processing overhead (it will have to be managed after all) and most importantly, it will introduce LATENCY, which is ALWAYS a bad thing in any type of real-time (or near real-time) rendering system.   Some points to consider...   - We are lucky when a game can run well on existing baseline architectures, and I shudder to think of the complexity that Maxwell will throw into the mix (BF4's rollout performance bring back any memories?) when devs try as a marketing ploy to touch the system's memory (one word for you... BSOD) - Most of us game at 1920x1080.  Even with all the eye candy turned on in BF4, I only use a little over 1GB of the 3GB frame buffer on my GTX 780.  It would take gaming at WQHD (2560x1440) to even begin pushing the need for additional video memory, and that is only a virtual sliver of today's gamers - It will take generations of hardware (beyond Volta) before developers are able to effectively write games that take advantage of the tech that will debut in Maxwell   Summing up, Maxwell is here not so much for gamers, at least not in the near future, as it is for professionals, scientists, and for use in supercomputers.  For them, Maxwell will be a great step forward because they will be able to write custom apps that can immediately take advantage of its new capabilities.  I just don't see a developer like EA doing handsprings over something like Maxwell.  If anything, I think they will (at least in the beginning) step carefully around it until they understand it better and can incorporate its capabilities into its business model.  That will take time that I think far exceeds Maxwell's expected life cycle.   My bet is that for gamers, Mawell will offer the same incremental benefits that upgrading from 600 to 700 series cards did.  The numbers will tell, and I think that time will prove me right.  My bet is that Volta will offer the next big jump in performance for gamers with its "stacking DRAM", which should greatly improve memory bandwith and (hopefully) reduce latency.  From Nvidia:    "Volta's size will be smaller due to the implementation of a new chip design, Huang said. Nvidia is stacking DRAM directly on the silicon substrate around the CPU, which is different from the traditional design in which memory was laid flat.   The DRAM will be connected to each other directly, which will result in much faster bandwidth than today's graphics processors, Huang said.   "Volta is going to solve one of the biggest challenges in GPUs today, which is memory bandwidth," Huang said. "We're going to achieve 1 terabyte per second of bandwidth."   The bandwidth is equivalent to taking a Blu-ray movie and moving it through the entire chip in one-fiftieth of a second, Huang said."   With Volta, 2015 should be an interesting year.  After the hype, don't expect much more than a normal upgrade experience from Maxwell.   war
  4. Cloud Gaming ?!

    I think the days of building your own gaming rig are officially numbered.  With cloud gaming on the horizon, you will no longer be able to buy those beastly video cards.  Check this article on cloud computing out:  http://www.slashgear.com/nvidia-grid-revealed-to-change-cloud-gaming-forever-06263511/ .   "With this system, essentially any device, not just a smart TV or a PC, will be able to play full-feature, full-graphics games in the cloud. What we’ve seen here is being presented by NVIDIA as the next generation in gaming and, from what we’ve seen, truly appears to be prepared to change the way we play games from top to bottom."   -
  5. Hardware or Driver Issue?

    So I have been back playing BF3 for a few months now and have had a bunch of fun playing on the ADK servers! When I first started playing, I could crank out games all night, no worries. Then one day there was that system tray notice that "nVidia has new drivers" message. Downloaded the 73.6 MB file and updated the drivers. Things still went well playing the game, but occasionally the screen would go all weird while playing the game.   Low and behold, about a week later, another system tray message that there are new nVidia drivers. Same thing, downloaded and installed. Below is the build that I am working from. Quite a stable system (as long as the fan stays on the CPU...)!   Machine Build: Thermaltake TR2 RX 750W Bronze W0382RU Asus VK278Q Black 27" 1920x1080 2ms Full HD HDMI LED BackLight LCD Monitor w/Webcam 300 cd/m2 10,000,000 :1 (ASCR) Kingston HyperX Grey Series 8GB (2 x 4GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1600 Desktop Memory ASUS P8Z68-V LGA 1155 Intel Z68 HDMI SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 ATX Intel Motherboard MSI N560GTX-TI Twin Frozr II/OC GeForce GTX 560 Ti Intel Core i5-2500K Sandy Bridge 3.3GHz Crucial M4 CT128M4SSD2 2.5" 128GB SATA III MLC Internal Solid State Drive (SSD) LG Black 12X BD-R 2X BD-RE 16X DVD+R 12X DVD-RAM 10X BD-ROM 4MB Cache SATA Super Multi WH12LS30 LightScribe Support Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 64-bit   This is what the screen will do, well at least what I can get screen grabs for!!! [attachment=1122:ScreenshotWin32-0003.jpg] [attachment=1123:ScreenshotWin32-0008.jpg]     Thoughts, ideas, incantations, juju or anything else that might give insight?
  6. Video Card Sickness

    Hey guys, a new thread for you techies, technical genius's, and pc pro's. Had a nice nvidia card fry on me, well on one pc. So i put my card into that machine and bought a lower end card for my game pc......bbaaaaddd. It was AMD and ,wait...i know ... i know. but hear me out. It did a good job on most games I was playing but performs moderatly on ps2. The pc isn't high end but runs most stuff well except ps2. I know ps2 is a little tougher on avg. pc's but can a higher end card give a performance boost if my mother boards bandwidth is average? Also level for level (low end, mid range, high end) is the general concensensus Nvidia over AMD? [attachment=953:ps2nclogo.pngzero.png]
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