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EVE Online players can use in-game currency to pay for real-life graphics cards

Play vidyagames, get real stuff for vidyagames: That's how the EVE Online PLEX-for-graphics-cards thing works. Good night, everyone! OK, fine, in more detail this time: CCP Games, the developer behind EVE Online, has struck a deal with Nvidia for players to use in-game currency -- PLEX -- to...

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Nvidia details next graphics chip, codenamed 'GF100'

There's nothing quite like a 30-second tech demo clip to get our hearts racing. Maybe, just maybe, the inclusion of some steaming hot data to go with that footage, perhaps from a big PC hardware company like Nvidia regarding its next graphics chip. Good thing then that we have just that (we're...

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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 posts $30 million loss, remains optimistic

It's tough creating photo-realistic graphics, as nVidia can tell you. In fact, the economy has been making things even more difficult, as the graphics chip manufacturer has posted a $30 million loss for its 2009 fiscal year. For its Q4 ending January 25th, revenues fell by 60% down to a total of...

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PS3 graphics chip going 65nm this Fall

In addition to talking movie downloads, Sony Computer Entertainment CEO Kaz Hirai confirmed at a business briefing yesterday (via Next-Gen) that the PlayStation 3 consoles produced after last holiday season all have the 65nm Cell processor (down from 90nm at launch). In addition, Sony will be...

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