Nvidia CEO clarifies its GPUs are ‘absolutely’ immune to Meltdown and Spectre

Nvidia issued a security bulletin on Tuesday detailing updates it made to its driver software to address the so-called Meltdown CPU vulnerability revealed by Google's Project Zero. The bulletin was mi

$800 video card is worth every penny if you're into that kind of thing

<img src="" />BFG has always been one of the go-to brands for high-end video cards and hardware, and their latest opus continues the tradit

GeForce GTX 295: not quite a 4870 X2-killer

NVIDIA’s ice-cream sandwich-looking dual-GPU answer to AMD’s dual-GPU 4870 X2 doesn’t excel, but doesn’t disappoint, either. Although the GeForce GTX 280 has recently surpassed

GeForce 9400M to rescue the Intel Atom?

TheĀ AchillesĀ heal of Intel Atom powered netbooks/nettops is that the graphic power sucks. Hopefully, that will change with an on-motherboard GeForce GPU 9400M. That graphics chip is the same found i

NVIDIA drops a little more info on the new 9400M

If you’re wondering about those new MacBooks and what exactly it is that NVIDIA contributed, they’ve got you covered. There’s not a lot of testing yet (we’ll cover it as soon a

Crack WPA ten thousand percent faster with CUDA!

If you’re really in a hurry to “recover” that password from the WPA-secured wi-fi network you’re “sharing” with a neighbor, you’re going to be waiting a long

MSI drops single-slot, water-cooled, overclocked GeForce 280

Will wonders never cease? It wasn’t so long ago that water-cooling your CPU or video card meant expensive modifications at the risk of ruining your whole setup. This MSI GeForce N280GTX is alrea

"Lucid" chip tech enables GeForce/Radeon cross-SLI

SLI rendering has gained a lot of popularity lately, even to the point where people are making SLI rigs of pre-SLI’ed cards like the 9800GX2 and the 4870X2. The problem is that drivers and mothe

Dell kind of bites the bullet on faulty GeForce M rigs

Dell is offering a 12-month warranty extension for those of you suffering (or about to suffer) from faultily manufactured GeForce GPUs on your laptops. Their previous solution was to fool the BIOS int

Tool to mod NVIDIA desktop drivers into laptop drivers

Handy if you have, well, almost any laptop these days. While I really don’t think the laptop gaming population is that great, there’s no reason they should have to play on drivers a couple

Nvidia committing to newfangled 55nm process

Son, I remember the days when chips were 55 meters! Ain’t no one ever even heard of a nano back then. Had troops o’ monkeys cartin’ ice packs to and from the walk-in freezer just to

ATI's Radeon 4870 hit NVIDIA so hard their prices fell down

Damn, when I first heard about the GeForce 260 and 280 I thought it was checkmate. No one expected much of the new line of Radeons in the first place given ATI’s lackluster offerings lately, and

Today's a good day to upgrade your video card

Or maybe over the next week or so. With the release of the ATI HD 4850 and NVIDIA’s new 55nm-based 9800GTX+, the price/performance ratio is really nice right now. Of course, as with all componen

NVNews reviews the insane new NVIDIA GTX 280 "FTW Edition"

I could tell you about the list of improvements as long as my arm, including vastly increased memory bandwidth, 65nm fabrication, and huge increases in shader and thread counts. I could bore you with

Nvidia's new laptop graphics platform: dual-GPU "Hybrid SLI"

There is an increased need for laptops to be a person’s only computer; consequently, demands for performance are increased at the same time efficiency needs to be controlled &mdash. After al

BIOS modding strikes again: turn your Geforce 9600 into an 8800GTS

Back in the day, the cool thing to do was to modify your lower-end Radeon 9800 into a 9800Pro, or at least something like it, by essentially drawing on it with a pencil. Well, here’s a sequel th

Silent, affordable, adequate video solution: Asus' passively cooled 9600GT

If you’re in the market for it, this silent Asus 9600GT is a great deal right now. The hardware and performance are quite good enough to play Call of Duty 4, Team Fortress, or World at War, but

CrunchDeals: Palit GeForce 9600GT for $130, wow

Nvidia’s 9600GT is a huge value: DirectX 10 support, great performance, and they work fantastically in SLI if you’ve got the mobo for it. With this deal, you can get two 9600GTs, set them

Keep that receipt: GeForce 9800 GX2s have heat problems with some motherboards

There was a big to-do yesterday with the release of the GeForce 9800 GX2, the dual-GPU supercard from Nvidia . Reviews were cautiously positive, but Bit-Tech had a mysterious problem: constant overhea

Nvidia's dual-GPU 9800 GX2 will break you: review roundup

The first reviews are showing up for Nvidia’s beast of a single-slot card, the 9800 GX2. In case you don’t remember it from when it showed on the scene, the GX2 is basically a pair of 8800
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