Login or Register
Nvidia brings one-click overclocking to its graphics cards
14 Sep 2018 16:00 EAT
Nvidia is making it easier for PC gamers to overclock their graphics cards. A new tool, dubbed Nvidia Scanner, will be available for the company’s la ...
You might also like ...
11 Apr 2019 16:00 EAT
NVIDIA shows how much ray-tracing sucks on older GPUs
NVIDIA recently announced that ray-tracing is coming to older Pascal GPUs, and now it has detailed h ...
11 Apr 2019 16:00 EAT
You can test-drive ray tracing on your GTX graphics card with Nvidia's latest driver
Nvidia has released a new driver that allows ray tracing effects to be switched on in GeForce GTX 1 ...
11 Apr 2019 20:20 EAT
Acer's new, wood-patterned ConceptD PC looks like a humidifier
Acer announced two desktops in its new ConceptD lineup, a series that's targeted toward profess ...
22 Apr 2019 19:17 EAT
Dell's G3 gaming laptop lets you take your favorite PC games anywhere — save $250 at Walmart
Many PC gamers claim that playing on a personal computer is the best way to experience video games i ...
16 Apr 2019 16:00 EAT
Razer's new eGPU box packs more power and Chroma RGB support
Razer's back with another external GPU case, and this time it's beefier than ever. Like othe ...
19 Mar 2019 02:57 EAT
Nvidia is bringing ray tracing to old GPUs that can’t ray trace worth a damn
How do you convince gamers that they’re getting their money’s worth from a $500+ graphics card? Nvi ...
09 Apr 2019 21:45 EAT
Alienware 17 gaming laptop bundle includes a free G-Sync monitor
The best deal that we've seen today is on the 17.3-inch Alienware 17 R5 gaming laptop. It's ...
29 Mar 2019 23:24 EAT
Building a PC? This GeForce graphics card is on sale for less than $500.
Building your own PC rig is an extremely fun and rewarding process, but it can also be incredibly st ...
16 Apr 2019 00:39 EAT
Facebook is testing a feature that combines Stories and News Feed posts
Facebook Stories still aren't being used widely, but the social network is nonetheless committed ...
27 Mar 2019 14:00 EAT
Razer Blade Advanced (RTX 2060) review: One of our favorite gaming designs, but be prepared to pay for it - CNET
The 15-inch Razer Blade makes the jump to new Nvidia RTX graphics, but even the entry level RTX mode ...
Sign in to get more from Vidokezo
Login with Facebook
Login with Google