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NVIDIA makes its VXGI Apollo 11 tech demo available for download
When NVIDIA introduced their Maxwell GPUs, a VXGI Apollo 11 demo was shown, the company has now made this a download for users.
NVIDIA's new mobile GPUs provide much more battery life for gaming
NVIDIA's new Maxwell-powered GeForce GTX 900M series can provide gaming notebooks with up to 55% more battery life.
NVIDIA notices 5x gaming notebook growth in just 3 years
Just how popular are gaming notebooks? According to NVIDIA, there has been a 500% increase in just three years.
NVIDIA delivers desktop-class performance to notebooks with Maxwell
NVIDIA's impressive Maxwell architecture climbs into gaming notebooks, provides insane improvements over previous generation notebook GPUs.
NVIDIA is powering Far Cry 4 with HBAO+, God Rays, Fur and much more
Far Cry 4 will feature multiple NVIDIA technologies, including HBAO+, PCSS, TXAA, God Rays, Fur, and 'Enhanced 4K Support'
NVIDIA shows off Fable Legends running in DirectX 12
DirectX 12 shown off at NVIDIA Editor's Day, with Fable Legends running in DX12 on NVIDIA's new Maxwell-based GPUs.
The Matrix meets FEAR in Epic Games' VR demo 'Car Flip'
'Car Flip' - one of the more impressive VR demos available, shown off at NVIDIA Editor's Day 2014 by Epic Games.
NVIDIA proves the Moon landings weren't faked with its VXGI technology
NVIDIA caters to the conspiracy theorists with its new Voxel Global Illumination technology, proving the Moon landings weren't faked.
NVIDIA 4K G-SYNC shown off, powered by GeForce GTX 980 SLI
GeForce GTX 980 SLI powers Acer's 4K-capable G-SYNC monitor, looks beautiful.
EVE: Valkyrie shown off on the Oculus Rift with GeForce GTX 980 SLI
NVIDIA has EVE: Valkyrie on display, powered by its new GeForce GTX 980s in SLI running on the Oculus Rift DK2.
NVIDIA has over 200 million gamers using its GeForce products
NVIDIA reiterates its love of PC gaming, with over 330 million PC gamers in the world, around 200 million of those are using GeForce GPUs.
NVIDIA Editor's Day 2014 - Events, Parties, and Lots of Fun
NVIDIA entertained the world's technology press for the launch of its next-generation Maxwell GPUs, but in between all of the business, was lots of fun.