NVIDIA’s RTX 3080 Ti takes over as the ‘gaming flagship’ + RTX 3070 Ti boosts performance

Today at Computex, NVIDIA announced its latest graphics cards, the RTX 3080 Ti and 3070 Ti. Dubbing the RTX 3080 Ti the new “gaming flagship” of its 30 series lineup, you’ll find that it’s 1.5x faster than the RTX 2080 Ti at 4K gameplay, and the 3070 Ti “supercharges” the company’s most popular 30 series card, as it’s 1.5x faster than the RTX 2070 super. What do these numbers mean, and how easy will it be able to pick up these cards? Well, let’s take a look at the founders editions, as well as third-party board partner cards below.

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NVIDIA DLSS for VR offers performance increase for all GPUs in No Man’s Sky, more

NVIDIA’s DLSS, or Deep Learning Super Sampling, is available on RTX graphics cards. It’s an AI rendering technology that allows the dedicated Tensor Core AI processors in NVIDIA’s latest graphics cards to boost frame rates while still delivering “beautiful, sharp images” for your games. Well, until now, DLSS has only been available for those who were playing standard games, and not inside of VR, which can arguably be more demanding. That’s officially changed, and NVIDIA gave us a hands-on impression with just what enabling DLSS in VR can do by playing No Man’s Sky. The results? A substantial performance increase across the board, including with the RTX 2060.

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NVIDIA Broadcast gives your streams an audio upgrade with native OBS tie-in

NVIDIA has partnered with OBS, the “most popular broadcasting tool for streamers,” to deliver clear and crisp audio for your streams and recording. NVIDIA Broadcast, based on RTX Voice, is used by the company’s latest graphics cards to automatically eliminate loud keyboard typing, microphone static, and “just about any other unwanted noise” with the touch of a button. So, how do you use NVIDIA Broadcast with OBS, and what graphics cards are compatible? Let’s take a closer look.

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NVIDIA announces impressive $329 RTX 3060 12GB GPU, 30-series coming to laptops, more

It’s no doubt that NVIDIA has been owning the GPU race so far for this generation. While AMD’s 6000-series graphics cards are great and offer plenty of power, NVIDIA has swept the scene with the RTX 3060 Ti for $399, and now, the 3060 at $329. Designed to go after gamers who still use the GTX 1060, the RTX 3060 sports 12GB of GDDR6 memory and plenty of power to game at 1080p or 1440p. Plus, NVIDIA will be releasing its brand-new 30-series graphics cards to laptops soon, giving mobile gamers even more power. Keep reading to find out more.

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NVIDIA takes on Raspberry Pi with $59 Jetson Nano machine learning computer

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Today NVIDIA is launching a more affordable version of its Jetson Nano microcomputer. This time around, there’s still the same emphasis on helping tinkerers experiment with AI and machine learning, but now there’s now a more affordable price tag attached to get even more developers interested. Head below for all of the details.

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NVIDIA’s latest RTX 30-series graphics cards offer up to 8K60 gaming from $499

Today, NVIDIA announced its upgraded RTX 30-series graphics cards, with the 3070, 3080, and 3090 in tow. These brand-new GPUs sport insane graphical performance, blowing away the last-generation of RTX 20-series cards in both specs and price. You’ll find an all-new cooler here, as well as one of the most powerful GPUs that NVIDIA has ever created. What all can RTX 30-series GPUs accomplish? Well, keep reading to find out.

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