4K screens and SLI GeForce GTX GPUs introduce you to a world of eye-popping, jaw-dropping 3840x2160 gaming, where the screen fills your view, where games are displayed at previously-unseen levels of detail, and where your eyes begin to believe that the action is real.
Batman: Arkham Origins is loaded with NVIDIA-exclusive tech. We’re giving away free copies of the hotly-tipped title with GeForce GTX 660, 660 Ti, 670, 680, 760, 770 and 780 NVIDIA graphics cards, ensuring you’re ready to play the blockbuster game with all the bells and whistles enabled.
GeForce GTX 650 GPUs and systems, and GeForce GTX 700M notebooks bundled with new Free To Play Bundle, giving buyers £50 of in-game cash to spend in Dungeons & Dragons Neverwinter, Marvel Heroes, and Warframe.
2K Games' The Bureau: XCOM Declassified is now available worldwide. On the PC, the third-person squad shooter's graphics have been significantly enhanced with NVIDIA PhysX effects, DirectX 11 tessellation, and much much more.
Splinter Cell Blacklist is loaded with NVIDIA TXAA Anti-Aliasing tech, NVIDIA HBAO+ Ambient Occlusion tech, NVIDIA SLI support, DirectX 11 Tessellation, and more. Learn about each enhancement in our story, and get a look at the tech in action in our new tech trailer.
We teamed up with Inet.se, one of our key Swedish retailers/etailers, for its double whammy of summer gaming events and brought the GeForce experience to over a thousand Swedish gamers by hosting two events simultaneously at the Inet stores in Stockholm and Malmö.
Powered by latest-generation GeForce GTX gaming GPUs, GeForce Small Form Factor PCs mark a revolution in gaming performance—incredibly powerful, whisper quiet, and user friendly, in an unbelievably small and elegant design.
What a weekend! Great sun, great games and great people… what more could we ask for? You may have seen some talk about our gaming event up on our UK Facebook page, so we thought we’d take the opportunity to give you some context around what went down.