Set to debut at a step below the RTX 2060 on the price and performance spectrums, the GTX 1660 Ti and its other 16-series brethren could be Nvidia's killer mid-range cards of 2019 — especially with Tensor Core-powered DLSS.
Nvidia's deep learning super sampling needs work. Gamers know it and now we know Nvidia knows it too. The company made it clear on the technology's FAQ page that it plans to make fixing DLSS a top priority.
Nvidia's new DLSS technology is exciting, but what is it and how does it work? It's not quite anti-aliasing and it's not quite super sampling. It's a little bit of both and the end results can be impressive.
Nvidia's RTX graphics cards might not be selling like hotcakes, but they are selling and they're more popular than AMD's Vega GPUs. The most popular entry in the lineup is the RTX 2070, beating out its stronger and weaker contemporaries.
DLSS support is finally coming to Battlefield V thanks to an update that will arrive on February 12. DLSS will help boost game performance when real-time ray-tracing is enabled, even when the game is played at higher resolutions.
AMD Radeon VII vs. Nvidia RTX 2080, which is the best of the two? We put both cards to the test in a battery of benchmarks and games to see which we'd recommend as the best high-end graphics card available today.
These are the upcoming games that support ray tracing rendered on Nvidia's RTX series graphics cards. They aren't many in number at this point, but thanks to the power of ray tracing, they are some of the best looking games ever made.
Nvidia's RTX graphics cards can now get even higher scores in UL Benchmark's 3DMark Port Royal test thanks to the implementation of deep-learning super sampling made possible with Nvidia's new WHQL driver.
Rumors have been swirling around Nvidia's new mid-range graphics cards but in the latest development, filings from Gigabyte and MSI at the Eurasian Economic Commission pretty much make the new GeForce GTX 1660 Ti official.
The arrival of RTX graphics for laptops will bring changes to gaming hardware. Most notably, higher framerates in your favorite games, and advanced features like ray tracing and DLSS. Best of all, these new graphics cards will result in…
The Nvidia RTX Max-Q graphics chips may not be much of an upgrade over the last-generation as they needed a huge core-clock cut to be viable as laptop graphics chips due to their higher power requirements.
Nvidia's midrange graphics cards may get a big refresh in the next couple of months, if rumors are to be believed. The latest suggest that the GTX 1660 Ti will debut in mid-February, with a 1660 and 1650 coming in March.
Nvidia may be launching the GTX 1660 Ti graphics card in February for less than $300; the offering would provide a midrange GPU at a great value. Part of the older GTX series, it would omit Nvidia's ray tracing technology.
AMD's Radeon VII has shown promise with early tests of an open DLSS-like technology developed by Microsoft called DirectML. It would provide similar upscale features, but none of the locks on hardware choice.