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PSA: Tomb Raider gets another patch, Nvidia updates beta drivers

Tomb Raider on PC got another patch this weekend, launched in conjunction with new beta drivers from Nvidia for GeForce GPUs. Download the latest GeForce 314.21 drivers direct from Nvidia. Since its launch, GeForce Tomb Raider players have seen "major performance and stability issues" trying to...

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Tomb Raider PC patch addresses hairy Nvidia issues

Tomb Raider received a PC patch this weekend, with fixes for the Nvidia-associated stability issues high on the agenda. The patch notes mention corrections for "some stability and startup issues on machines that have both Intel and Nvidia graphics hardware" and "some small improvements to TressFX...

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Nvidia, Crystal Dynamics looking into Tomb Raider PC performance issues

Graphics powerhouse Nvidia is working with developer Crystal Dynamics to address the "major performance and stability issues" occurring with GeForce cards playing Tomb Raider on max settings. A number of users on the Nvidia, Steam, and Tomb Raider forums complained about a range of GeForce-related...

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Borderlands 2 bundled with GeForce GTX 660 Ti, Nvidia's cheapest Kepler card yet

Borderlands 2 will accompany Nvidia's latest graphics card, the GeForce GTX 660 Ti, as a PhysX-enabled freebie in the US and Europe. The bundle should be shipping to stores today in multiple SKUs, and the included code will enable a free download of the game when it's released on September 18...

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Nvidia's GRID platform hopes to dramatically improve cloud gaming

Using words we don't quite understand, Nividia has announced a new platform that will conceivably make cloud gaming a much more viable prospect. The Geforce GRID platform features "dedicated ultra-low-latency streaming technology and cloud graphics software" and the company believes it will...

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Crysis 2 can run on a $600 PC

You've bought all the components, inserted tab A into slot B and tightened lord-knows-how-many thumbscrews. Your handcrafted PC is finished, and all for less than $600. "But can it run Crysis?" your friend asks? If you followed a handy guide from GeForce, the answer is yes. Starting with its...

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Nvidia announces GTX 470 and 480 cards

The opening day of PAX East in Boston was capped by a fairly humongous presentation from PC gaming hardware manufacturer Nvidia, representatives from which introduced two new graphic cards: The XLR8 GeForce GTX 480 1536MB and XLR8 GeForce GTX 470 1280MB. The new pieces of hardware are priced at...

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Buy Nvidia graphics card, get Arkham Asylum free

If you're planning on beefing up your compy's visual capabilities any time soon, you might want to turn your attention to this fairly amazing offer: If you buy a graphics card containing Nvidia's GeForce GTX 260, GeForce GTX 275 or GeForce GTX 285, then you'll get a coupon for a free download of...

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Guys, let's cool it with these graphics cards

We don't usually cover graphics cards here on Joystiq, but every now and then, something so crazy hits our radar, we're forced to talk about it. Enter the GeForce GTX 285 H2O+ and GeForce GTX 295 H2OC, a pair of liquid-cooled graphics cards from BFG (you're right, Engadget; best company name ever)...

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NVIDIA offers PhysX and CUDA support to GeForce 8 and higher

Assuming your NVIDIA GeForce graphics card isn't broken, the company has added PhysX and CUDA support to its GeForce 8, 9 and 200-series via the free Power Pack download, found on its Force Within page (via press release). The company is also offering a few Unreal Tournament 3 PhysX-enabled maps,...

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