Plenty of changes this year from both camps.NVIDIA started off early in May with its 700 series GPUs and the launches will continue well into the next year given that we’ve yet to see the elusive 790 or any Ti variant if there ever will be. The Titan was launched early this year and blow away our minds it did! Sorry for the Yoda-speak but a card having 6 gigabytes of memory seemed a bit ahead of the times but then again gaming isn’t all that can be achieved using graphics cards. The mid-range and low-end cards were again victims of rebadging where older GK104 chipsets were used. This isn’t anything new and has become a standard practice even by the competition. The conference held in Canada saw NVIDIA showcasing Shadowplay - a service that let’s you capture and stream your game using your graphics card. Another highlight was GeForce Experience which logs your game settings and your computer configuration and sends it to NVIDIA. Using data from all its users, GeForce Experience can suggest graphics settings that would get the best out of your computer configuration.
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