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Nvidia’s Shield console can now stream games over the web

Promised two weeks ago and delivered today, Nvidia’s big April software update for Shield is highlighted by the introduction of remote game streaming. Until now, the Android-powered handheld was capable of playing graphically intensive games that were being processed by and streamed out of your home PC, but it required that both devices be on the same network. Though still in beta as of now, the remote version of Nvidia’s GameStream offers to do the same wherever you are, provided there’s a fast enough internet connection. What’s more, Nvidia is enabling GameStream from laptops as well, with its latest graphics chips being supported.

Android gaming consoles have interested device makers for a while now, but none of the attempts so far…

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Digital Storm Pairing Brand New Ultra HD NVIDIA Cards with New Systems


Digital Storm is showcasing NVIDIA’s new GTX 750 and GTX 750 Ti graphics cards along with the new flagship GPU, the TITAN BLACK, in their new systems designed for HD and 4K gaming. The Aventum II is paired with the TITAN BLACK–which with 6GBs of GDDR5 memory, is more than enough to handle 4K graphics. Meanwhile, the Bolt II Steam Machine hybrid comes with either the new GTX 750 and GTX 750 Ti, both of which feature the new generation of Maxwell architecture, designed to get the most out of 1080p gaming.

You can find more about the new Digital Storm systems after the jump.

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NVIDIA Powers The Next Generation Audi

audi-infotainment-1631One of the biggest rumors leading up to CES was a partnership between Google and Audi; that came true, but the power behind it all is NVIDIA. NVIDIA has announced three new in-vehicle systems powered by their Tegra Visual Computing Module that will soon begin shipping in Audi models, offering a connected infotainment experience, an automotive-grade tablet that is fully integrated into the car, and a high-resolution digital cockpit with vivid 3D graphical displays. We’re excited to see partnerships like this that bring raw computing power to our automobiles–but with great power comes great responsibility; so here’s to hoping that consumers take the same care in using this new car tech as manufacturers take in designing them. Check the full release after the jump to learn more.

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NVIDIA Unveils Brand New Tegra K1 Mobile Processor

nvidiategrak1Well it wouldn’t be CES without some big announcement–and NVIDIA has not disappointed. Today they’ve announced the Tegra K1 mobile processor, a 192-core chip featuring the same architecture as the new GeForce GTX 780 Ti. Coming in both a 32-bit quad core version, along with a custom, NVIDIA-designed 64-bit dual Super Core CPU, the Tegra K1 is designed to deliver next gen PC gaming on mobile platforms, including DirectX 11, OpenGL 4.4, and even the ability to run the new Unreal Engine 4.

You can find all sorts of information on the new Tegra K1 right here, and a demo of the chip’s Unreal Engine 4 capabilities here.

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Video Games: It’s Been A Long Year – 2013 In Review


2013 is fast heading toward its end, and for gaming it was somewhat of a busy year. We had newcomers looking to break into the home console market, there were new machines from two old stalwarts, and the biggest name in PC gaming decided it wanted your living room. So before we break out the whiskey and toast the New Year, let’s look back at 2013.

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NVIDIA ShadowPlay Update Adds Twitch Streaming

geforce-experience-1-8-1-shadowplay-twitch-streamingNVIDIA’s GeForce Experience application has updated it’s ShadowPlay video capture with a new function: Live Twitch streaming. Now you can broadcast your gameplay and commentary over the internet with no loss of performance, allowing you to show off your skill (or lack of it). The ShadowPlay service is still in beta, so NVIDIA says they’ll be looking to add additional functionality based on user feedback, with their next step being to add desktop capture for ShadowPlay and better microphone control.

You can start streaming now by updating the GeForce Experience app, and you can find more info right here.


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MSI Unveils First 3K Gaming Notebook


MSI is gearing up for next month’s CES with a look at their new 3K notebooks (for those unfamiliar with the term “3K,” it refers to the number of horizontal pixels on a display–meaning that both 3K, and the more traditional 4K displays, offer a huge upgrade in video quality).  The GT60 series comes in both gaming and workstation flavors, with 2880×1620 resolution on a 15.6″ display. To put that in perspective, that’s better resolution than a Retina Display iPad and is a comparable 16:9 version of the Retina Display Macbook Pro. Combine that with the latest 4th generation Intel® Core™ i7 processor, an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780M GPU, and a 128GB SSD plus 1TB HDD, and you’re looking at a mobile rig that will be completely unmatched for visuals on PC.

The GT60 gaming and GT60 Workstation with 3K displays are currently available for $2,199.99 and $2,799.99 respectively, and you can find more info after the jump.

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NVIDIA Launches GTX 780 Ti, SHIELD Updates and ShadowPlay Beta

NVIDIA has just announced the availability of their GeForce GTX 780 Ti GPU, with a slew of other GeForce related announcements. First up, if you purchase a GTX 780 Ti/780/770 this holiday season, you’ll get a free copy of Batman: Arkham Origins, Splinter Cell: Blacklist, and Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag, plus $100 off the purchase of NVIDIA’s SHIELD console; purchasing a GTX 760/660 will get you Splinter Cell: Blacklist and Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag, plus $50 off the price of SHIELD.

There are also big updates for the SHIELD itself with an upgrade to Android 4.3, and a new Console Mode that allows you to pair a bluetooth controller (like a PS3 Dual Shock 3) and use your SHIELD with your TV. Also, NVIDIA GameStream (formally known as PC streaming), is officially launching today and is also Console Mode-ready–so you’ll be able to stream your PC games to your TV and finally show how good Bioshock Infinite looks without crowding your friends round your gaming rig. There’s also a new update to the GeForce Experience application, adding in the much awaited ShadowPlay beta that will allow you to record your gaming moments quickly and easily for sharing.

You can find more information about ShadowPlay in the video above as well as here, and more about the new GeForce bundles here.

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NVIDIA GPUs to power Steam Machines


In a move surprising pretty much no one, NVIDIA will be providing GeForce GTX GPUs for Valve’s prototype Steam Machines when they are shipped out to beta testers later this year. As detailed in a post on Steam’s community site, the new Steam Machines will come in a mix of specifications including NVIDIA Titans, GTX 780, GTX 760, and GTX 660 GPUs, along with Intel  i3, i5 and i7 processors, 16GB of DDR3 RAM, and a 1TB/8GB Hybrid SSHD in a system that’s comparable in size to the upcoming next-gen consoles. Of course the beta Steam Machines will also run the new Linux based SteamOS and come with the new Steam Controller. We’ll have more on Steam Machines as they begin to roll out.

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MSI Adds Two New Models to its Mobile Workstation Arsenal


MSI has added two new machines to their range of professional workstations – the GT70 20K and GT60 20J. Both laptops come with new NVIDIA Quadro GPUs which can easily handle AutoCad, Adobe Creative Suite, Avid, or any other high-end application that you’d need to utilize while on the go. They also come with Intel i7 Quad Core , and backlit keyboards (you try using Avid on a dark flight without one!), as well as NVIDIA 3D Vision Pro and BD Burner drives.

You can find more information about the GT70 20K and GT60 20J after the jump.

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