ASUS GTX 780 Direct CU II OC 3GB Nvidia Graphics Card
3GB ASUS GTX 780 DirectCU II OC, PCIe 3.0 (x16), 6008MHz GDDR5, GPU 889MHz, Boost 941MHz, Cores 2304, DVI/DP/HDMI
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• Exclusive CoolTech Fan drives wider airflow to keep critical components cool
• DIGI+ VRM with 10-phase Super Alloy Power delivers precise digital power for superior efficiency, reliability, and performance
• GPU Tweak helps you modify clock speeds, voltages, fan performance and more, all via an intuitive interface
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The world's fastest mobile processor. Unbeatable tablet graphics, video, and audio. The most advanced, responsive stylus. And the freedom to pair with the optional SHIELD Wireless Controller for ultimate gaming control. The SHIELD Tablet delivers everything you need to get the most from your games, movies, and apps.
The SHIELD Tablet's NVIDIA® Tegra® K1 mobile processor taps into the same NVIDIA Kepler™ architecture that drives the world's most extreme gaming PCs. It's the first to run Unreal Engine 4, Epic's latest game engine.
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Stream games from your GeForce GTX-powered PC and play them on the SHIELD Tablet with NVIDIA GameStream™ technology. Plug into your TV, switch to console mode, and play your games on the big screen. You can also seamlessly record your greatest gaming moments or stream your game action to Twitch as you play with NVIDIA ShadowPlay™.
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Date Issued: 25th Jun 2013
Nvidia rolls out yet another 7-series GPU today, making hay while arch-rival AMD wrestles with what to do next. This new card is the GeForce GTX 760 and it takes many design cues from the presently-available GTX 670 and GTX 660 Ti GPUs
Date Issued: 23rd May 2013
Though we were impressed with just how much performance Nvidia squeezed out of a small die known as GK104, the proper enthusiast wanted the chip company to bring a genuine high-end part to the gaming market. Suitably emboldened with the success of Kepler cards and their ability to hamstring arch-rival AMD's Radeon pricing, Nvidia decided to think big, really big, and teased a Tesla K20X workstation GPU into the card that, just recently, became the GeForce GTX Titan.
Date Issued: 27th Mar 2013
Software developers maximise profits by producing popular computer games for consoles and the PC. It is relatively straightforward to optimise games for consoles because the specification is fixed; the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 have been around for more than six years and developers understand how to tease the most out of the underlying hardware.
Date Issued: 4th Jun 2010
One of the most interesting technologies in 2010 promises to be 3D TV. Pushed by the likes of Samsung, Sony and Panasonic on their high-end sets, 3D TV will gain traction once broadcasters - such as Sky and the BBC - and movie studios increase 3D content.
Date Issued: 20th Oct 2008
If you’re the least bit interested in graphics cards, we’re sure that you’ve heard the terms SLI and CrossFire bandied about recently. Touted as a means of achieving maximum 3D performance by, effectively, using two or more graphics cards in tandem, multi-GPU technology is here to stay. With that in mind, let’s take a closer look SLI and CrossFire; the two competing multi-GPU solutions from NVIDIA and ATI Technologies, respectively.