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Renovo Coupe: As Shiny As Electric Gets

The Renovo Coupe might not be everyone’s cup of tea, but it’s certainly one of the curviest — and shiniest — electric supercars that you are ever likely to lay eyes on. Boasting a 740-volt lithium ion battery that pushes out 500-horse power and a Nvidia Tegra X1 superchip with a teraflop of processing grunt, it’s certainly no slouch in the “oomph” department either. We were lucky to get up close and personal with the latest iteration at Nvidia’s GPU Technology Conference in San Jose, California. Despite having to constantly wipe drool off our lens, we managed to take a few photos…


Nvidia's Monster GTX Titan X Will Cost $US999

Nvidia’s absurdly powerful GeForce GTX Titan X graphics card was officially launched at GTC 2015 this morning. While its design and specifications had already been leaked, we now have a confirmed price tag. As you’d expect, the RRP is every bit as monstrous as the card itself.


GTX Titan X: Nvidia's Absurd New Graphics Card Is A Beast

Two years ago, Nvidia announced its original Titan graphics card, a bad-boy built on the company’s Kepler technology and for a time the most powerful card out there. Now, the Titan X is here and it’s ready to reclaim the throne.


Nvidia GTC Keynote Live Blog: Follow All The News As It Happened

Greetings, crazy night owls/early birds! In a little under an hour, Nvidia will officially kick off the GPU Technology Conference in San Jose, California with its opening keynote address. Confirmed speakers include Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang (natch) and Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk. Keep updating this page for all the biggest announcments!


MSI GS70 Stealth Pro Laptop: Australian Review

If you want a gaming laptop, you don’t have too many choices that are simultaneously grunty, thin and light. Nvidia’s new laptop graphics cards have changed that, though. MSI’s GS70 Stealth Pro laptop looks like an oversized MacBook Pro, but it’s much more powerful.


Nvidia Shield Console Hands-On: Yep, That's One Sleek Set Top Box

The first Nvidia Shield was a gaming handheld. The second was a powerful Android tablet. Now, Nvidia’s going full game console. The new Nvidia Shield is a $US200 (no Australian launch date or price just yet, but expect at least AUS $300) set-top-box running Android TV, but it’s more than that. It’s a game console poweful enough to play a port of Crysis 3. And at first blush, it sure feels like a solid piece of kit.


Give Your Old Laptop A New Graphics Card With These DIY Kits

Thinking about buying a new gaming laptop? Hold up: you might not need to. A new graphics card could breathe new life into your old machine — and now it’s easy to actually buy one you can install yourself.


The New Razer Blade Might Be The Gaming Laptop We've Been Waiting For

Wouldn’t it be nice if you could have it all: a thin, attractive laptop powerful enough to play any game you throw at it? Razer’s Blade laptops keep narrowly missing the mark — but this time may be different.


NVIDIA GTX 960: Maxwell Power For A Reasonable Price

NVIDIA’s new(ish) Maxwell architecture has come out in a few new cards already, from the budget 750Ti to the beefy GTX 980. The GTX 960 holds down the middle ground with solid but not mind-blowing power for $US200.


2015: The Year We Take Ultra-Portable Gaming Notebooks Seriously

The desktop graphics space hasn’t been that exciting in recent years, but all the improvements in power optimisation, fabrication processes and performance have not gone to waste. Now more than ever, lightweight, yet powerful gaming notebooks are becoming commonplace (and affordable) and while there’s still a way to go, getting grunt without sacrificing on portability is very realistic.


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