Thanks to quicker memory chips
Following the launch of the GTX 1080 Ti, NVIDIA has now announced two new enhanced GTX 1080 and GTX 1060 GPU variants. Both cards come with an impressively quick memory. At the moment NVIDIA has not yet announced the availability of these GPUs, or if they will be coming with a different name like the GTX 1080 Boost or GTX 1060 Ti.
01.03.2017 - Posted by Luca Rocchi
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NVIDIA has finally been hosting a livestream announcing their new high-end GTX 1080 Ti graphic card. The new flagship model features 3584 CUDA Cores, 224 Texture Units, a 352-bit memory controller and 11 GB of GDDR5X memory. The card should be faster than a reference Titan X Pascale and 30% faster compared than the GeForce GTX 1080.
More game optimisations
According to Nordics
More game optimisations
Data center revenue grows significantly
Still no fix for Battlefield 1 for GTX 700 series cards
A few weeks ago we have reported on a critical bug in Battlefield 1, which occurs in combination with GTX 700 series cards, in particular on the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 770. Although NVIDIA published several driver updates following the launch of Battlefield 1 there isn't still a fix for this game. According to the release notes, the GeForce 378.57 driver update fixes a critical bug in combination with Minecraft.
GeForce Experience required
New rumors also on Pascal refresh as well
According to the latest rumors from Fox Business, the next generation of GPUs from Nvidia will arrive this year. Nvidia’s Volta GPUs might be based on a custom 12nm FinFET manufacturing process from TSMC and at a first stage the chips will only be available for enterprise market. Apart from that it’s expected that the Volta based Gaming chips will launch in 2018.
Still issues with Battlefield 1
Still no solution for Battlefield 1
A month ago we have reported on a critical bug in Battlefield 1, which occurs in combination with GTX 700 series cards in particular on the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 770. Although a few weeks ago Nvidia published a Hotfix for Battlefield 1, today they’ve put yet another Hotfix online. According to the release notes, it looks like issues related to Battlefield 1 and DOTA2 have been addressed.
Some Battlefield 1 issues addressed
A few weeks ago we have reported on a critical bug in Battlefield 1, which occurs in combination with GTX 700 series cards in particular on the GTX 770. According to the release notes, it looks like the new release should fix some issues related to Battlefield 1. The new GeForce 376.48 drivers should also address a few issues on Just Cause 3 and Wargame: Red Dragon game.
A new flagship
By looking for a Senior Marketing Manager Nvidia unintentionally confirmed that a new Ti-version of their GTX 1080 graphics cards series is incoming. In job description on LinkedIn Nvidia is writing the following: "980 Ti users get first spot in line for 1080 Ti pre-orders, or Step Up offer". Looking back at previous generations of Nvidia graphics cards, it’s basically been clear as day that a 1080 Ti is about to be launched and we believe that more information on it will be revealed during CES 2017.
A small boost for your computer
Still no a word on Battlefield 1 improvements
Following the launch of Oculus Touch with over 50 games made for VR, Nvidia releases a new driver which is - once more - supposed to improve performance, especially on all those new titles. Meanwhile we’re at version 376.33 regarding NVIDIA’s WHQL drivers. Apart from Oculus Touch support some Windows bugs have been addressed as well.
Three VR gaming titles for free
More support for Oculus Touch
29.11.2016 - Posted by Slobodan Simic
For Watch Dogs 2 and couple of other games
Another AIC partner bites the dust
Free Watch Dogs 2 with GTX 1080 and GTX 1070 GPUs