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Acer Launches Predator Helios 300 SpatialLabs Edition with 3D Display, New Predator Triton Laptops and New Gaming Displays

Acer today announced the Predator Helios 300 SpatialLabs Edition gaming laptop, bringing glasses-free, stereoscopic 3D to the world of gaming. Through the SpatialLabs TrueGame application, it will support over 50 popular games at launch, and support for additional titles will be added on a continuous basis moving forwards. Alongside the 3D gaming laptop, Acer also announced the Predator Triton 300 SE thin gaming laptop, and the Predator XB273K LV and Acer Nitro XV272U RV gaming monitors.

"We're excited to add a new dimension to gaming with the Predator Helios 300 SpatialLabs Edition, enabling industry-leading glasses-free stereoscopic 3D gaming," said Jerry Kao, Co-COO, Acer Inc. "By integrating our SpatialLabs technology with our Predator gaming laptops, we hope to create a new category of immersive gaming experiences."

ASUS Also Announces ROG Strix Flow X16 Gaming Notebook

The portable and lightweight Flow family has a new member. ROG is proud to introduce the Flow X16, a convertible thin and light laptop with gaming horsepower that belies its size. Paired with the stunning Nebula HDR Display and fully compatible with the XG Mobile ecosystem, the Flow X16 is ready to redefine how you look at ultraportable gaming laptops.

The Flow X16 is the culmination of a relentless drive to pair cutting-edge components with a thin and light chassis. This 16-inch convertible laptop is powered by up to an AMD Ryzen 9 6900HS processor and up to an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070 Ti Laptop GPU, all while weighing just 2.1 kilograms. With a maximum TGP of up to 125 W on the RTX 3070 Ti thanks to Dynamic Boost, this machine is able to go pound for pound with much larger and heavier competition.

ASUS Announces ROG Strix Scar 17 Special Edition (2022) Gaming Notebook

In January, we introduced the ROG Strix SCAR 2022, an ultra-powerful esports gaming machine designed to blow away any and all competition. But we couldn't leave well enough alone, so we decided to make it even better. We're proud to announce the ROG Strix SCAR 17 Special Edition, the ultimate laptop for competitive gaming.

For most gamers, the regular 2022 Strix SCAR is the perfect companion, since it's lighter and more affordable than the new Special Edition, while offering exceptional gaming performance. But for gamers who need the absolute best of the best, cutting-edge technology paired with a bold cyberpunk design, the Strix SCAR 17 SE has arrived.

AMD Claims Higher FPS/$ Radeon GPU Value Over NVIDIA Offerings

Frank Azor, Chief Architect of Gaming Solutions & Marketing at AMD, has posted an interesting slide on Twitter, claiming that AMD Radeon products possess higher FPS/$ value than NVIDIA's graphics offerings. According to the slide, AMD Radeon graphics cards are the best solutions for gamers looking at performance per dollar ratings and performance per watt. This means that AMD claims that Radeon products are inherently higher-value products than NVIDIA's offerings while also more efficient. As the chart shows, which you can see below, some AMD Radeon cards are offering up to 89% better FPS/$ value with up to 123% better FPS/Watt metric. This highest rating is dedicated to Radeon RX 6400 GPU; however, there are all GPUs included in comparison with up to the latest Radeon RX 6950 XT SKU.

Compared to TechPowerUp's own testing of AMD's Radeon cards and multiple reviews calculating the performance per dollar metric, we could not see numbers as high as AMD's. This means that AMD's marketing department probably uses a different selection of games that may perform better on AMD Radeon cards than NVIDIA GeForce RTX. Of course, as with any company marketing material, you should take it with a grain of salt, so please check some of our reviews for a non-biased comparison.

Intel XeSS Launches on May 20, with "Dolmen"

The ambitious performance enhancement by Intel Graphics rivaling NVIDIA DLSS and AMD FSR, the Intel XeSS (Xe Super Sampling,) will debut on May 20, 2022, with a patch for "Dolmen," developer Massive Work Studio announced. This matches our report from March 2022 that referenced an "early Summer" debut. This would mean Intel Graphics has a driver release planned very soon, for its Xe LP-based iGPUs and Iris Xe MAX discrete GPU; as well as the first round of Arc 3 "Alchemist" mobile graphics, which will launch with XeSS support.

Much like FSR and DLSS, XeSS works with a supported game to render raster 3D scenes at a lower resolution than the display resolution, and upscales them using a sophisticated algorithm that minimizes image quality loss, with a net gain in frame-rates. XeSS will play a particularly big role in Intel's plans to grab a slice of the gaming graphics market with its Arc "Alchemist" discrete GPUs. XeSS appears to work similar to AMD FSR 2.0, with its upscaler using motion-vectors and temporal data from the game engine to reconstruct details in the outbound frames. Also, much like FSR, XeSS will be open to GPUs from other brands.

Update May 17th: The Dolmen Twitter handle just put out an update that XeSS support is coming "this Summer," implying that it will not release on May 20 as earlier reported.

NVIDIA Releases Security Update 473.47 WHQL Driver for Kepler GPUs

Ten years ago, in 2012, NVIDIA introduced its Kepler series of graphics cards based on the TSMC 28 nm node. Architecture has been supported for quite a while now by NVIDIA's drivers, and the last series to carry support was the 470 driver class. Today, NVIDIA pushed a security update in the form of a 473.47 WHQL driver that brings fixes to various CVE vulnerabilities that can cause anything from issues that may lead to denial of service, information disclosure, or data tampering. This driver version has no fixed matters and doesn't bring any additional features except the fix for vulnerabilities. With CVEs rated from 4.1 to 8.5, NVIDIA has fixed major issues bugging Kepler GPU users. With a high risk for code execution, denial of service, escalation of privileges, information disclosure, and data tampering, the 473.47 WHQL driver is another step for supporting Kepler architecture until 2024, when NVIDIA plans to drop the support for this architecture. Supported cards are GT 600, GT 700, GTX 600, GTX 700, Titan, Titan Black, and Titan Z.

The updated drivers are available for installation on NVIDIA's website and for users of TechPowerUp's NVCleanstall software.

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090 Twice as Fast as RTX 3090, Features 16128 CUDA Cores and 450W TDP

NVIDIA's next-generation GeForce RTX 40 series of graphics cards, codenamed Ada Lovelace, is shaping up to be a powerful graphics card lineup. Allegedly, we can expect to see a mid-July launch of NVIDIA's newest gaming offerings, where customers can expect some impressive performance. According to a reliable hardware leaker, kopite7kimi, NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090 graphics card will feature AD102-300 GPU SKU. This model is equipped with 126 Streaming Multiprocessors (SMs), which brings the total number of FP32 CUDA cores to 16128. Compared to the full AD102 GPU with 144 SMs, this leads us to think that there will be an RTX 4090 Ti model following up later as well.

Paired with 24 GB of 21 Gbps GDDR6X memory, the RTX 4090 graphics card has a TDP of 450 Watts. While this number may appear as a very power-hungry design, bear in mind that the targeted performance improvement over the previous RTX 3090 model is expected to be a two-fold scale. Paired with TSMC's new N4 node and new architecture design, performance scaling should follow at the cost of higher TDPs. These claims are yet to be validated by real-world benchmarks of independent tech media, so please take all of this information with a grain of salt and wait for TechPowerUp reviews once the card arrives.

Nintendo Working on Next-Gen Switch Powered by an NVIDIA SoC

Nintendo could release its next-generation handheld game console, a successor to the crazy-popular Switch, by 2024. This could be powered by an NVIDIA-sourced SoC. NVIDIA recently put up a job listing for a "Game Console Developer Tools Engineer," looking for talent designing the software development applications for the next-generation console. Nintendo is a long-standing customer of NVIDIA chips for its handheld consoles. The next-gen SoC could implement an NVIDIA-designed Arm CPU, and a highly efficient GPU based on the NVIDIA graphics architecture of the time.

NVIDIA GeForce 512.77 Game Ready Drivers Released

NVIDIA today released the latest version of the GeForce Game Ready drivers. These come with optimization for "Evil Dead: The Game," "Dolmen," and "Vampire: The Masquerade - Swansong." Intermittent DirectX related application crashes with Adobe Premiere Pro, have been fixed. The company also identified a handful new issues. Grab the drivers from the link below.

DOWNLOAD: NVIDIA GeForce 512.77 WHQL Game Ready Drivers

NVIDIA Releases Open-Source GPU Kernel Modules

NVIDIA is now publishing Linux GPU kernel modules as open source with dual GPL/MIT license, starting with the R515 driver release. You can find the source code for these kernel modules in the NVIDIA Open GPU Kernel Modules repo on GitHub. This release is a significant step toward improving the experience of using NVIDIA GPUs in Linux, for tighter integration with the OS and for developers to debug, integrate, and contribute back. For Linux distribution providers, the open-source modules increase ease of use.

They also improve the out-of-the-box user experience to sign and distribute the NVIDIA GPU driver. Canonical and SUSE are able to immediately package the open kernel modules with Ubuntu and SUSE Linux Enterprise Distributions. Developers can trace into code paths and see how kernel event scheduling is interacting with their workload for faster root cause debugging. In addition, enterprise software developers can now integrate the driver seamlessly into the customized Linux kernel configured for their project.

Gigabyte Debut New Flagship AORUS 17X Gaming Laptop with Extreme Performance

GIGABYTE today launched AORUS 17X gaming laptop, the brand-new flagship model that combines breakthrough performance with enhanced portability. The AORUS 17X is powered by the latest Intel 12th generation Core i9 HX processor that offers up to 16 cores. Pairing with the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30 series graphics card, the powerful combo in the AORUS 17X can deliver a significant performance gain up to 32% over its predecessor, allowing enthusiasts to enjoy desktop-class gaming performance on the go. High-performance cores demand superior cooling. The latest generation of AORUS 17X adopts the exclusive WINDFORCE Infinity cooling system. It features a pair of highly efficient fans, 6 heat pipes, and multiple cooling fins that can efficiently remove heat produced by the CPU and the GPU, keeping the laptop cool while maintaining maximum performance throughout the workload.

Different from the conventional thin-bezel displays that are generally limited to the sides, the new AORUS 17X, as well as the AORUS 17, are the world's first four-sided super-thin bezel gaming laptops with the bent-type technology. Thanks to the innovation, the AORUS 17X screen's bottom border is trimmed by 30%, making the overall screen-to-body ratio reach 90%. The bent-type panel also makes it possible for the AORUS 17X to pack a big 17" screen in a nearly 15" tall chassis, greatly increasing its portability. The AORUS 17X is also engineered for fast-paced gaming, delivers ultra-high refresh rate of up to 360 Hz, which is six times faster than conventional laptops. The beastly AORUS 17X gaming laptop reshapes the game by bringing unmatched power and gaming visuals to a more compact form factor, making it a powerhouse laptop for heavy-duty gaming on the go. For more information on AORUS 17X and other AORUS series gaming laptops, check out the AORUS official website.

NVIDIA Pays $5.5 Million Fine After Failing To Disclose 2018 Crypto Revenue

The Securities and Exchange Commission today announced settled charges against technology company NVIDIA Corporation for inadequate disclosures concerning the impact of cryptomining on the company's gaming business. The SEC's order finds that, during consecutive quarters in NVIDIA's fiscal year 2018, the company failed to disclose that cryptomining was a significant element of its material revenue growth from the sale of its graphics processing units (GPUs) designed and marketed for gaming. Cryptomining is the process of obtaining crypto rewards in exchange for verifying crypto transactions on distributed ledgers. As demand for and interest in crypto rose in 2017, NVIDIA customers increasingly used its gaming GPUs for cryptomining.

In two of its Forms 10-Q for its fiscal year 2018, NVIDIA reported material growth in revenue within its gaming business. NVIDIA had information, however, that this increase in gaming sales was driven in significant part by cryptomining. Despite this, NVIDIA did not disclose in its Forms 10-Q, as it was required to do, these significant earnings and cash flow fluctuations related to a volatile business for investors to ascertain the likelihood that past performance was indicative of future performance. The SEC's order also finds that NVIDIA's omissions of material information about the growth of its gaming business were misleading given that NVIDIA did make statements about how other parts of the company's business were driven by demand for crypto, creating the impression that the company's gaming business was not significantly affected by cryptomining.

NVIDIA H100 SXM Hopper GPU Pictured Up Close

ServeTheHome, a tech media outlet focused on everything server/enterprise, posted an exclusive set of photos of NVIDIA's latest H100 "Hopper" accelerator. Being the fastest GPU NVIDIA ever created, H100 is made on TSMC's 4 nm manufacturing process and features over 80 billion transistors on an 814 mm² CoWoS package designed by TSMC. Complementing the massive die, we have 80 GB of HBM3 memory that sits close to the die. Pictured below, we have an SXM5 H100 module packed with VRM and power regulation. Given that the rated TDP for this GPU is 700 Watts, power regulation is a serious concern and NVIDIA managed to keep it in check.

On the back of the card, we see one short and one longer mezzanine connector that acts as a power delivery connector, different from the previous A100 GPU layout. This board model is labeled PG520 and is very close to the official renders that NVIDIA supplied us with on launch day.

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3090 Ti Gets Custom 890 Watt XOC BIOS

Extreme overclocking is an enthusiast discipline where overclockers try to push their hardware to extreme limits. Combining powerful cooling solutions like liquid nitrogen (LN2), which reaches sub-zero temperatures alongside modified hardware, the silicon can output tremendous power. Today, we are witnessing a custom XOC (eXtreme OverClocking) BIOS for the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3090 Ti graphics card that can push the GA102 SKU to impressive 890 Watts of power, representing almost a two-fold increase to the stock TDP. Enthusiasts pursuing large frequencies with their RTX 3090 Ti are likely users of this XOC BIOS. However, most likely, we will see GALAX HOF or EVGA KINGPIN cards with dual 16-pin power connectors utilize this.

As shown below, MEGAsizeGPU, the creator of this BIOS, managed to push his ASUS GeForce RTX 3090 Ti TUF with XOC BIOS to 615 Watts, so KINGPIN and HOF designs will have to be used to draw all the possible heat. The XOC BIOS was uploaded to our VGA BIOS database, however, caution is advised as this can break your graphics card.

AMD Radeon RX 6950XT Beats GeForce RTX 3090 Ti in 3DMark TimeSpy

We are nearing the arrival of AMD's Radeon RX 6x50XT graphics card refresh series, and benchmarks are starting to appear. Today, we received a 3DMark TimeSpy benchmark of the AMD Radeon RX 6950XT GPU and compared it to existing solutions. More notably, we compared it to NVIDIA's GeForce RTX 3090 Ti and came to a surprise. The Radeon RX 6950XT GPU scored 22209 points in the 3DMark TimeSpy test and looking at Graphics score, while the GeForce RTX 3090 Ti GPU scored 20855 points in the same test. Of course, we have to account that 3DMark TimeSpy is a synthetic benchmark and tends to perform very well on AMD RDNA2 hardware, so we have to wait and see for official independent testing like TechPowerUp's reviews.

AMD Radeon RX 6950XT card was tested with Ryzen 7 5800X3D CPU paired with DDR4-3600 memory and pre-released 22.10-220411n drivers on Windows 10. We could experience higher graphics scores with final drivers and see better performance of the upcoming refreshed SKUs.

NVIDIA Hopper Whitepaper Reveals Key Specs of Monstrous Compute Processor

The NVIDIA GH100 silicon powering the next-generation NVIDIA H100 compute processor is a monstrosity on paper, with an NVIDIA whitepaper published over the weekend revealing its key specifications. NVIDIA is tapping into the most advanced silicon fabrication node currently available from TSMC to build the compute die, which is TSMC N4 (4 nm-class EUV). The H100 features a monolithic silicon surrounded by up to six on-package HBM3 stacks.

The GH100 compute die is built on the 4 nm EUV process, and has a monstrous transistor-count of 80 billion, a nearly 50% increase over the GA100. Interestingly though, at 814 mm², the die-area of the GH100 is less than that of the GA100, with its 826 mm² die built on the 7 nm DUV (TSMC N7) node, all thanks to the transistor-density gains of the 4 nm node over the 7 nm one.

NVIDIA AD102 and AMD Navi 31 in a Race to Reach 100 TFLOPs FP32 First

A technological race is brewing between NVIDIA and AMD over which brand's GPU reaches the 100 TFLOP/s peak FP32 throughput mark first. AMD's TeraScale graphics architecture and the "RV770" silicon, were the first to hit the 1 TFLOP/s mark, way back in 2008. It would take 14 years for this figure to reach 100 TFLOP/s for flagship GPUs. NVIDIA's next generation big GPU based on the "Ada Lovelace," the AD102, is the green team's contender for the 100 TFLOP/s mark, according to kopite7kimi. To achieve this, all 144 streaming multiprocessors (SM) or 18,432 CUDA cores, of the AD102 will have to be enabled.

From the red team, the biggest GPU based on the next-generation RDNA3 graphics architecture, "Navi 31," could offer peak FP32 throughput of 92 TFLOP/s according to greymon55, which gives AMD the freedom to create special SKUs running at high engine clocks, just to reach the 100 TFLOP/s mark. The Navi 31 silicon is expected to triple the compute unit count over its predecessor, resulting in 15,360 stream processors. Both the AD102 and Navi 31 are expected to be built on the same TSMC N5 (5 nm EUV) node, and product launches for both are expected by year-end.

Alphacool Unveils Water-block for PNY RTX A5000 GPU

Alphacool expands the portfolio of the Enterprise Solutions series for graphics card water coolers and presents today the new ES RTX A5000 GPU cooler. The PNY NVIDIA RTX A5000 GPU can now be actively water-cooled with Alphacool's ES RTX full-cover copper cooler.

The water cooler is made of copper and acetal and comes with an aluminium backplate. It is specially designed for use in tight server cases. In order to save space in width and height, the connections have been moved to the rear of the block, which also enables easier tubing within the server rack. Despite its compact design, this acetal water cooler has the same performance features as the coolers in the Eisblock Aurora acrylic series. Smart and efficient.

Amid Rising Volume and Pricing, Top 10 IC Design Companies Post 2021 Revenue Topping US$100 Billion

According to TrendForce research, due to vigorous stocking of various terminal applications causing a shortage of wafers in 2021, the global IC industry was severely undersupplied. This, coupled with spiking chip prices, boosted 2021 revenue of the global top ten IC design companies to US$127.4 billion, or 48% YoY. TrendForce further indicates three major disparities from the 2020 ranking. First, NVIDIA surpassed Broadcom to take the second position. Second, Taiwanese companies Novatek and Realtek rose to sixth and eighth place, respectively. Originally ranked tenth, Dialog was replaced at this position by Himax after Dialog was acquired by IDM giant Renesas.

Qualcomm continues its reign as number one in the world, primarily due to 51% and 63% growth YoY in sales of mobile phone SoC (System on Chip) and IoT chips, respectively. The addition of diversified development in its RF and automotive chip businesses were key to a 51% increase in revenue. NVIDIA implemented an integration of software and hardware, demonstrating its ambitions in creating a "comprehensive computing platform." Driven by annual growth of gaming graphics card and data center revenue at 64% and 59%, respectively, NVIDIA successfully climbed to second place. Broadcom benefited from the stable sales performance of network chips, broadband communication chips, and storage and bridging chips, with revenue growing 18% YoY. AMD's computer and graphics revenue grew by 45% YoY due to strong sales of the Ryzen CPU and Radeon GPU and rising average selling price. Coupled with accelerating demand from cloud companies, the annual revenue of AMD's enterprise, embedded, and semi-customized divisions increased by 113%, driving annual growth of total revenue to 68%.

Ayar Labs Raises $130 Million for Light-based Chip-to-Chip Communication

Ayar Labs, the leader in chip-to-chip optical connectivity, today announced that the company has secured $130 million in additional financing led by Boardman Bay Capital Management to drive the commercialization of its breakthrough optical I/O solution. Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) and NVIDIA entered this investment round, joining existing strategic investors Applied Ventures LLC, GlobalFoundries, Intel Capital, and Lockheed Martin Ventures. Other new strategic and financial investors participating in the round include Agave SPV, Atreides Capital, Berkeley Frontier Fund, IAG Capital Partners, Infinitum Capital, Nautilus Venture Partners, and Tyche Partners. They join existing investors such as BlueSky Capital, Founders Fund, Playground Global, and TechU Venture Partners.

"As a successful technology-focused crossover fund operating for over a decade, Ayar Labs represents our largest private investment to date," said Will Graves, Chief Investment Officer at Boardman Bay Capital Management. "We believe that silicon photonics-based optical interconnects in the data center and telecommunications markets represent a massive new opportunity and that Ayar Labs is the leader in this emerging space with proven technology, a fantastic team, and the right ecosystem partners and strategy."

NVIDIA Allegedly Testing a 900 Watt TGP Ada Lovelace AD102 GPU

With the release of Hopper, NVIDIA's cycle of new architecture releases is not yet over. Later this year, we expect to see next-generation gaming architecture codenamed Ada Lovelace. According to a well-known hardware leaker for NVIDIA products, @kopite7kimi, on Twitter, the green team is reportedly testing a potent variant of the upcoming AD102 SKU. As the leak indicates, we could see an Ada Lovelace AD102 SKU with a Total Graphics Power (TGP) of 900 Watts. While we don't know where this SKU is supposed to sit in the Ada Lovelace family, it could be the most powerful, Titan-like design making a comeback. Alternatively, this could be a GeForce RTX 4090 Ti SKU. It carries 48 GB of GDDR6X memory running at 24 Gbps speeds alongside monstrous TGP. Feeding the card are two 16-pin connectors.

Another confirmation from the leaker is that the upcoming RTX 4080 GPU uses the AD103 SKU variant, while the RTX 4090 uses AD102. For further information, we have to wait a few more months and see what NVIDIA decides to launch in the upcoming generation of gaming-oriented graphics cards.

NVIDIA Releases GeForce 512.59 WHQL Software

NVIDIA today released the latest version of GeForce Software. Version 512.59 WHQL comes Game Ready for "Dune: Spice Wars" and "Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodhunt." The drivers also introduce optimization for the ray tracing update of "Chernobylite," along with support for DLSS in the game. Support for DLSS is also added for "JX3 Online." Grab the drivers from the link below.
DOWNLOAD: NVIDIA GeForce 512.29 WHQL

NVIDIA RTX 40-series "Ada" GPUs to Stick to PCI-Express Gen 4

NVIDIA's next-generation GeForce "Ada" graphics architecture may stick to PCI-Express 4.0 as its system bus interface, according to kopite7kimi, a reliable source with NVIDIA leaks. This is unlike Ada's sister-architecture for compute, "Hopper," which leverages PCI-Express 5.0 in its AIC form-factor cards, for its shared memory pools and other resource-sharing features similar to CXL. This would make Ada the second graphics architecture from NVIDIA to use PCIe Gen 4, after the current-gen "Ampere." The previous-gen "Turing" used PCIe Gen 3. PCI-Express 4.0 x16 offers 32 GB/s per-direction bandwidth, and NVIDIA has implemented the Resizable-BAR feature with "Ampere," which lets the system see the entire dedicated video memory as one addressable block, rather than through tiny 256 MB apertures.

Despite using PCI-Express 4.0 for its host interface, GeForce "Ada" graphics cards are expected to extensively use the ATX 3.0 spec 16-pin power connector that the company debuted with the RTX 3090 Ti, particularly with higher-end GPUs that have typical board power above 225 W. The 16-pin connector is being marketed as a "PCIe Gen 5" generation standard, particularly by PSU manufacturers cashing in on early-adopter demand. All eyes are now on AMD's RDNA3 graphics architecture, on whether it's first to market with PCI-Express Gen 5, the way RDNA (RX 5000 series) was with PCIe Gen 4. The decision to stick with PCIe Gen 4 is particularly interesting given that Microsoft DirectStorage may gain use in the coming years, something that is expected to strain the system bus for the GPU, as SSD I/O transfer-rates increase with M.2 PCIe Gen 5 SSDs.

NVIDIA RTX 3090 Ti Memory Overclocked to 24.6 Gbps, Yielding 1.18 TB/s Bandwidth

The 21 Gbps-rated GDDR6X memory chips powering the GeForce RTX 3090 Ti really like to overclock. During our testing, we've seen these things reach as high as 1500 MHz (real clock), or 24 Gbps. Tweaktown, in the course of their crypto-mining performance testing of the RTX 3090 Ti, has managed to set a memory clock record, reaching as high as 1538 MHz, or 24.6 Gbps, which works out to a staggering 1181 GB/s memory bandwidth. 24.6 Gbps, VideoCardz notes, is higher than even the rumored 24 Gbps memory clock speed of the RTX 4090, the next-generation flagship powered by the Ada Lovelace graphics architecture. Armed with blistering memory speeds and larger on-die caches, the memory sub-system is poised to once again be a major contributor to the RTX 40-series generational performance uplift. Tweaktown set its RTX 3090 Ti memory OC feat with an MSI RTX 3090 Ti SUPRIM X graphics card.

NVIDIA Launches "Restocked & Reloaded" GPU Availability Campaign

NVIDIA has recently launched a global campaign to promote the availability of RTX 30 series graphics cards with multiple retailers and manufacturers informing customers of increased shipments. The launch of this campaign also coincides with the 5th consecutive month of price drops for NVIDIA GPU prices with the average price now at 119% of MSRP according to the latest report from 3D Center. The stores participating in the campaign appear to have most cards as now available or restocking with some cards receiving minor price cuts.
NVIDIAGeForce RTX 30 Series graphics cards are now available! Get the ultimate play with immersive ray tracing, a huge AI performance boost with NVIDIA DLSS, game-winning responsiveness with NVIDIA Reflex, and AI-powered voice & video with NVIDIA Broadcast.
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