Nvidia will only release game-ready drivers through GeForce Experience in the near future

Nvidia is planing to limit availability of its game-ready WHQL drivers to be only through its GeForce Experience app.

NVidia headlines

  • Is any PC graphics card worth $3000? Nvidia launches most ridiculous GPU yet

    Nvidia’s pushing the limits of gaming technology… and gamer’s wallets with its Titan Z card. In March, Nvidia pulled back the covers on the new card. The Titan Z is packing two GK110 chips, which means 5760 CUDA cores and 12 gigs of memory. Nvidia’s not kidding around with this one folks. As tempting as […]

  • Nvidia Tegra K1 gets Unreal Engine 4 tech demo, watch it here

    Nvidia has published a video showcasing its Tegra K1 chip running Unreal Engine 4 software along with insight from Epic Games figures such as Tim Sweeney. Watch it here.

  • Unreal Engine 4 Integrated Partners Program announced

    Epic Games has announced its Unreal Engine 4 Integrated Partners Program, where more than “a dozen technologies” such as Oculus VR, have teamed up to “help shape the future of games.”

  • Hawken uses Nvidia's PhysX: new trailer is rather beautiful

    Hawken, the stompy mech shooter from Adhesive Games is a rather lovely looking game, but it just got a heavy dose of injected pretty, thanks to embracing Nvidia’s PhysX tech. Better get upgrading your rigs kids. See it in action after the break.

  • Former AMD employees accused of stealing vital documents for Nvidia

    A group of former AMD employees have been accused of stealing information and passing it onto rival company Nvidia.

  • Dead Trigger 2 announced for Android, iOS: Tegra 4 image revealed

    Dead Trigger 2 – the sequel to Mad Finger Games’ mobile zombie shooter – has been revealed at CES and has been demonstrated on Nvidia’s Tegra 4 tech. Get the first screenshot below.

  • Nvidia begins Windows 8 driver updates, releases new updates for Win 7 and XP

    Another day, another Nvidia driver update.  However, this one is slightly more special than the rest.

  • SOPA: Firefall, Runic, Destructoid, Minecraft, Bungie decry bill

    Ahead of a US House Committee discussion on SOPA next week, Firefall studio Red 5 and Destructoid will go offline on Monday for a 24 hour period in protest.

  • Wednesday Shorts 2: Burger Time HD, Age of Conan PhysX, WoW, 3DS vs microwave, SFII is 20, Penny Arcade

    Sometimes, short can be a good thing indeed. Especially when you double up.

  • Nvidia gets tools and middleware license for PS3

    Nvidia announced today that it’s signed a “tools and middleware” license agreement for PS3. This apparently means that the binary version of the NVIDIA PhysX technology software development kit (SDK) is now available to registered PS3 developers for free download and use on the SCEI Developer Network. Thank God for that. Makes games look more […]

  • Harmonix, Bioware, Nvidia sessions for Paris GDC

    GI’s reporting that Harmonix, Acclaim, Nvidia and Bioware will all be speaking at Paris GDC. The event takes place on June 23-24, at the Coeur Defense. Senior designer at Harmonix Chris Foster will feature in the design track along with BioWare’s managing editor Mac Walters and game designer David Freeman of The Freeman Group.

  • GeForce 9800 GX2 confirmed by Nvidia

    Nvidia has finally put all the internet rumours to bed and officially announced, and apparently released, the GeForce 9800 GX2. The card itself is a monster. How does 256 Stream Processors, a 600 MHz Core Clock, a 1500 MHz Shader Clock, a 1000 MHz Memory Clock, 1G Memory, 512-bit Memory Bandwidth, a 128 GB/sec Memory […]

  • GDC: PC Gaming Alliance announced

    As expected, major PC companies have announced the PC Gaming Alliance (PCGA) today at GDC, a non-profit organisation backed by Microsoft, Intel, AMD, NVIDIA, Dell/Alienware, Acer/Gatway, Activision, Epic Games and Razer. The group expects to grow throughout the year. The idea of the Alliance is not only to promote PC gaming to the public, but […]

  • nVidia acquires AGEIA

    nVidia has finalised an agreement to acquire AGEIA, the company behind the PhysX development tools used so far in more than 140 current gen console and PC games. Hot stuff. “The AGEIA team is world class, and is passionate about the same thing we are – creating the most amazing and captivating game experiences,” said […]