nVidia’s latest 397.93 Driver needs the GeForce Experience folder in it to de-bloat it

nVidia released today another driver, besides the usual bugfixes it has something new in it, the Setup requires now - no matter what - you to keep the GeForce Experience folder within the same dir as the Setup.exe - or you get an error. Before someone cries, it's because changes of the Setup.exe itself -... Continue Reading →

nVidia ends x86 support and puts Femi-based GPU support to Legacy Status

NVIDIA has now official ended mainstream graphics driver support for Fermi-based GeForce GPUs. The company is also following up on their promise back from December 2017 about dropping mainstream driver support for 32-bit (x86) operating systems. No Game Ready improvements or other changes nVidia will no longer receive Game Ready driver enhancements, performance optimizations or bugfixes. However, they... Continue Reading →

Planned Obsolescence? Reports showing Memory Inductors Are Frequently Burning Out on Certain NVIDIA GPUs

Seems hating nVidia is a new kind of 'fun' these days, but some random people reporting especially on 780/780 Ti/Titan(XM)/980Ti cards that the memory inductors are burning out. This means the card suddenly dies. I'm not really sure what's behind this because this can happen with every other card too. If you do an image... Continue Reading →

nVidia Nvidia Geforce 391.24 solves MPC-HC & Firefox issue but comes with AV BSOD problems

Oh boy, here we go again I wish I could report something positive these days but I can't - well at last the latest nVidia driver fixed a Firefox and MPC-HC (Media Player) issue. Firefox and the TDR problem The way I see things is that Firefox puts great pressure on the GPU for some... Continue Reading →

Is Nvidia’s GeForce affiliate program hurting customers?

Nvidia is being accused of pushing a new affiliate program that could ultimately hurt consumers but is that really true? The news coming from HardOCP and there are several opened question in the original story. Drama or not? Nvidia stated in a blog post last week that in an "effort to better serve gamers," there changing several... Continue Reading →

NVIDIA Turing replaces Pascal Generation?!

According to Tom's Hardware we're going to see that gaming and HPC platform gets separated, HPC will see Nvidia's Ampere while the gaming section gets an entire new architecture called 'Turing'. Multiple independent sources have told THG that Nvidia may well give us a tiny teaser of what they've got coming at GTC 2018, but... Continue Reading →

GeForce GTX 2080, GTX 2070, GTX 1180 and GTX 1170 expected for GTC 2018

Nvidia's latest graphics cards will be the Ampere generation and these cards going to be announced at GTC 2018. Nvidia should be launching their new cards in late April or at the beginning of May - traditionally there hosted an Editor's Day to unveil their new GeForce graphics cards, rumors already saying that Nvidia might not show... Continue Reading →

NVIDIA: Financial Results for Fourth Quarter and Fiscal 2018

NVIDIA has just published their financials from fiscal 2018, and they are as you would expect and what a surprise nVidia had a record year with GAAP earnings up 41% (!) from last year, making their revenue $9.71 billion.  The announcement does not say what areas Nvidia had what gain in The most important details are missing,... Continue Reading →

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