The new Nvidia GeForce driver 531.29 WHQL addresses the problem of increased CPU load after ending a game. Recently, Nvidia GeForce card users have been suffering from a driver error that can cause high CPU load and thus skyrocket electricity bills. Now Nvidia is bringing the third new driver within a short time and promises that … Continue reading New Nvidia driver: Second bugfix attempt for high CPU load
Nvidia: “Graphics cards remain expensive” – but is that true?
Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang shocked the PC community with his statement that "graphics cards will never get cheaper again". But is that true? What is behind his statement - and what speaks against it. Nvidia's Geforce RTX 4080 and 4090 Ti will launch on October 12, 2022. ©Nvidia Nvidia has introduced the first GPUs of the RTX … Continue reading Nvidia: “Graphics cards remain expensive” – but is that true?
No more graphics cards from EVGA: manufacturer ends cooperation with Nvidia
EVGA blames Nvidia's company policy for exiting the graphics card business. A change to graphics chips from AMD or Intel is not planned. Graphics card manufacturer EVGA will no longer release new GeForce products. The US company announced this over the weekend. The previous graphics cards based on Nvidia products are still available and continue to be supported … Continue reading No more graphics cards from EVGA: manufacturer ends cooperation with Nvidia
Nvidia’s cryptic tweet invites puzzling on Twitter
The fact that Nvidia will present the GeForce RTX 4000 series based on the new GPU architecture, Nvidia Ada, at the GTC 2022 on September 20 is obvious and is supported both by leaked information and many rumors. Now Nvidia invites you to puzzle with a mysterious tweet. What does Nvidia want to say with the alleged number code (208) 629-7538? … Continue reading Nvidia’s cryptic tweet invites puzzling on Twitter
Nvidia looks gloomy: why the turnover is collapsing
Nvidia's revenue plunges against a backdrop of collapsing gaming demand, crypto mining, and destocking pending the next generation of GPUs. © Nvidia Nvidia's latest financial results may not please all investors. The firm announces indeed a collapse of its turnover – a drop which seems to spare practically no sales division. The announcement is not a surprise: … Continue reading Nvidia looks gloomy: why the turnover is collapsing