A splash page sporting a countdown timer resides on Nvidia's GeForce website linking it to an unannounced GTX 1080 Ti reveal. The card is listed twice in the source code of the site's splash page, confirming rumors.
Unnamed sources claim Nvidia will officially launch the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti graphics card between March 20 and March 23. That indicates the card will be revealed during Nvidia's GeForce GTX Gaming Celebration event at GDC 2017.
AMD is holding its "Capsaicin and Cream" event during the 2017 Game Developers Conference, where it might talk about its upcoming Vega GPUs. Now, Nvidia has announced its own event the same day to talk about its Geforce GTX line of GPUs.
Nvidia released a new driver for its GeForce graphics cards that is optimized for Sniper Elite 4, Halo Wars 2, and For Honor on the PC. The driver addresses specific issues for Battlefield 1, Second Life, Minecraft, and more.
Nvidia released Software Upgrade 5.0 for its Shield tablet, bringing the operating system up to Android 7.0 Nougat. This release adds little features like running apps side by side, direct responses in notifications, and more.
A number of low-profile graphics cards based on the GTX 1050 and 1050 Ti GPUs have been released, but Palit Microsystems has announced what could be the first GTX 1050 Ti card to use a completely passive cooling system.
This week, Nvidia released a hotfix driver to resolve two issues with GeForce graphics cards and discrete GPUs in notebooks. One addresses Minecraft crashes while the other corrects a problem that set debug mode as default.
You can no longer hope to buy cheap game codes from those selling the keys bundled with their Nvidia graphics cards. The GPU maker announced that from here on, all giveaway games will be tied to the hardware they came with.
The GeForce Graphics Drivers update brings enhanced game support, fixes for various features and functionality, and general stability improvements. The newest version is 378.49 WHQL, and it's available from the usual places.