NVIDIA just announced that CRSED, Enlisted, Mordhau and Warface have just been updated to support NVIDIA Reflex!
Find out what NVIDIA Reflex is all about, and how it improves responsiveness in those four games!
NVIDIA Reflex : What Is It?
NVIDIA describes Reflex as “a revolutionary suite of GPU, G-SYNC display and software technologies” that measure and reduce system latency.
The key to this technology is the NVIDIA Reflex SDK – a new set of APIs for game developers. Once integrated into a game, it adjusts the game engine work to eliminate the GPU render queue, and reduce CPU back pressure.
Like NVIDIA Ultra Low Latency (NULL) mode, Reflex prevents the CPU from processing faster than the GPU, eliminating extra frames from being queued up for rendering, which would normally increase render latency.
The difference really is this – by integrating with the game, the NVIDIA graphics driver can control the amount of back pressure the CPU receives from the render queue and other later stages of the pipeline.
This makes NVIDIA Reflex superior to NULL, but only with games that integrate the SDK.
CRSED, Enlisted, Mordhau + Warface Now Support NVIDIA Reflex!
NVIDIA announced that CRSED, Enlisted, Mordhau and Warface just added support for NVIDIA Reflex.
After you update those games, you will get to enjoy lower system latencies with your NVIDIA GeForce graphics cards.
CRSED, Enlisted, Mordhau + Warface : How Much Faster With NVIDIA Reflex?
CRSED is a free-to-play multiplayer last-man-standing shooter game, that was released in December 2019.
At GTC 2020, NVIDIA announced both the new Ampere-based RTX A6000 GPU and the Omniverse 3D platform.
Here are the specifications of the NVIDIA RTX A6000, as well as details and a demo of NVIDIA Omniverse!
NVIDIA RTX A6000 : Powered By Ampere!
Like the recently-announced GeForce RTX 30 Series, NVIDIA RTX A6000 is based on the new NVIDIA Ampere architecture.
But unlike the gaming-centric GeForce RTX 30 Series, RTX A6000 is a flagship GPU for creators with a massive 48 GB GDDR6 memory buffer.
With dedicated RT Cores and improved CUDA performance, NVIDIA claims the RTX A6000 will deliver up to 2X better performance than current renderers.
Its second-generation RT Cores add hardware acceleration for ray-traced motion blur rendering, offering up to 7X faster performance than the last generation.
Its third-generation Tensor Cores provides up to 5X the training throughput over the previous generation. In addition, hardware support for structural sparsity doubles the throughput for inferencing.
The NVIDIA RTX A6000 also comes with the PCI Express 4.0 interface, doubling the transfer rate between the GPU and the PC.
NVIDIA RTX A6000 : Specifications
NVIDIA RTX A6000
Max. Texture Rate
Max. Pixel Rate
GDDR6 with ECC
4 x DisplayPort 1.4
PCI Express Gen 4 x16
300 W max.
NVIDIA RTX A6000 : Availability
The RTX A6000 will be available through NVIDIA sales channels starting in mid-December 2020, and through their OEM partners early 2021.
NVIDIA Omniverse : Powered By Ampere!
Together with the RTX A6000, NVIDIA also announced Omniverse – their new RTX-based simulation, collaboration and rendering platform for 3D workflows.
NVIDIA Omniverse users can collaborate on their 3D workflows live between applications, without imports and exports, and then render them using NVIDIA RTX.
Even though their Marbles At Night demo above highlights the performance of the RTX A6000, Omniverse will work on all NVIDIA RTX hardware, including NVIDIA Studio laptops and RTX-powered workstations and servers.
You will be able to sign up later in Q4 2020 for the open beta.
In the lead-up to their major GeForce reveal on 1 September 2020, NVIDIA shared how their team designs and creates the NVIDIA Founders Edition graphics cards!
NVIDIA Founders Edition : What Is It?
NVIDIA Founders Edition graphics cards are designed to be the ultimate expression of NVIDIA’s gaming vision.
They are crafted with premium materials and components, including a faceted die-cast aluminium-framed shroud for strength, rigidity and looks.
Aesthetics aside, they come with an improved cooler built around a radial fan and an improved aluminium heatsink with two copper heat pipes and over 50% more surface area.
They also come with dual FETs for both GPU and memory power supplies, coupled with a low-impedance power delivery network and custom voltage regulators for better power efficiency.
All the better to deliver better performance and higher overclocking headroom, at lower noise levels.
How An NVIDIA Founders Edition Graphics Card Is Designed!
But a lot has changed over the years, and it now takes a combination of expertise in architecture development, thermal, mechanical, electrical, and product design to make it all happen.
To lift the shroud on this process, some of NVIDIA’s best and brightest detailed the art and science behind graphics card design today, with a look towards the possibilities of the future.
In this video, NVIDIA offers a first glimpse at some of the strides they made in designing graphics cards, so that they can reach their maximum potential and remain cool and quiet.
The next-generation NVIDIA Founders Edition graphics cards will feature these improvements :
Thermal : An airflow-optimised cooling solution, redesigned to overcome existing constraints and move more air through the system for maximum cooling efficiency.
Mechanical : A stronger mechanical structure, including a new low profile leaf spring that leaves room for a back cover.
Electrical : A compact electrical design, with a new 12-pin power connector that allows more space for components and cooling, and is compatible with 8-pin connectors in existing power supplies with an included adapter.
Product Design : A no-compromise, cohesive design that embraces the revolutionary thermal solution while beautifully harmonising each element of the graphics card.
We can’t wait to see what the next-generation NVIDIA Founders Edition graphics card will deliver!
Last week, we flew to Bangkok for an exclusive NVIDIA GeForce RTX tech briefing and demo session with Jeff Yen and John Gillooly. We recorded a ton of videos, so you will be able to experience it too, as if you were there with us!
The Complete NVIDIA GeForce RTX Tech Briefing
If you have 2 hours to spare and want to watch the complete NVIDIA GeForce RTX tech briefing by Jeff Yen, here it is!
Jeff actually split into two sessions because there was so much to cover, but we combine them both in this video. So grab some tidbits and a drink, before you settle down for this feature-length presentation!
The NVIDIA GeForce RTX is based on the new NVIDIA Turing microarchitecture, and so presented a lot of new details and information. Jeff had to circle back to some topics, like DLSS and ray tracing. So we edited the video above, to create smaller videos on specific topics.
NVIDIA GeForce RTX Introduction + Demos
This video combines the different sections in which Jeff talked about the NVIDIA GeForce RTX, including the demos of its new ray tracing and DLSS capabilities.
The NVIDIA Turing Architecture Explained!
The NVIDIA Turing microarchitecture introduces a slew of new features and capabilities. Jeff Yen explains It all in this 45 minute video.
NVIDIA DLSS Explained
NVIDIA DLSS is a new AI-powered technique that can be used to deliver better than TAA quality with a significantly lower performance penalty, or much better image quality – equivalent to 64X super sampling..
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NVIDIA Ansel RTX Features Revealed!
NVIDIA Ansel has been around for 2.5 years now, being introduced with the then-new NVIDIA Pascal architecture. NVIDIA takes it up a notch with the NVIDIA Turing GPUs, introducing Ansel RTX.
NVIDIA also introduced a new overclocking tool – NVIDIA Scanner – to help you overclock your NVIDIA graphics card. Basically, it greatly simplifies the testing phase of your overclocking attempts. Just overclock and run NVIDIA Scanner to ensure that the settings are copacetic.
NVIDIA DLSS vs TAA Demos + Q&A
Finally, John Gillooly compared the performance of the NVIDIA DLSS against TAA (Temporal Anti-Aliasing). We also had a Q&A session with him about DLSS.
Where To Purchase The GeForce RTX?
Here are some GeForce RTX 2080 Ti and GeForce RTX 2080 purchase links in Malaysia :
Singapore, 20 May 2016 — NVIDIA today opened the path toward virtualising all enterprise applications with the introduction of NVIDIA GRID with the new NVIDIA Tesla M10 GPU. The offering provides the industry’s highest user density — supporting 64 users per board and 128 users per server — so businesses can deliver virtualised apps to all of their employees at an affordable cost.
The NVIDIA GRID software lets enterprises simplify deployments of virtual applications, desktops and workstations to meet all use cases and workloads. It provides a great user experience for every modern business application, such as Outlook, Office 2016, web browsers, Adobe Photoshop and the Windows 10 operating system.
In addition, the offering eases enterprise adoption through a flexible subscription model that allows organisations to balance capital and operating expenses while enjoying the lowest total cost of ownership.
Ongoing software updates provide the latest innovations to customers.
Exploding Growth of GPU-Accelerated Business Applications
The use of GPU-accelerated business applications by office workers is exploding. The percentage of accelerated apps has more than doubled in the past five years, with half that growth coming in the first months of 2016 alone, according to SysTrack Community data provided by Lakeside Software. To provide the best user experience, these applications increasingly use OpenGL and DirectX APIs, as well as graphics technology from the data center through to the device. To achieve the level of experience users require and have come to expect, virtual environments need access to the GPU.
“High-performing knowledge workers require high-performing business applications for maximum productivity. That requires GPU acceleration,” said Jim McHugh, vice president and general manager of the NVIDIA GRID business at NVIDIA. “With the highest user density in the industry, NVIDIA GRID with the Tesla M10 makes it easy and affordable for businesses to virtualise every application for knowledge workers with no compromise in erformance.”
“While the need for advanced GPU technology has commonly been associated with the usage of 3D applications, as enterprises make the move to software like Windows 10, Office 365, and other SaaS and web apps, IT departments will increasingly seek the benefits of GPU acceleration to provide everyday business tools to all of their users,” said Robert Young, research director, IT Service Management and Client Virtualisation Software at IDC.
NVIDIA GRID is the industry standard for graphics virtualisation, supported by every enterprise OEM with full compatibility with every PC application. By working with offerings from Citrix and VMware, the leading virtualisation vendors, it delivers amazing experience with virtual applications or remote desktop session host for less than US$2 a month per user and to virtual PCs for less than US$6 a month per user.
The Tesla M10 joins the Tesla M6 and M60 as options for NVIDIA GRID, making GRID the only solution on the market that meets the performance needs of all enterprise users — from the most demanding designers and engineers to knowledge workers.
Increased user density per server: The Tesla M10 delivers a superior experience at the highest user density on the market, allowing up to 64 users per board or up to 128 users per server with just two boards. This enables enterprises to expand service to more employees at a lower cost per user.
Expanded software offering: NVIDIA GRID comes in three software meditions to meet different user needs. For office workers, NVIDIA Virtual Applications (vApps) and NVIDIA VirtualPC (vPC) deliver Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 10 virtual desktops and PC applications with native user experience. NVIDIA Virtual Workstation (vWS) delivers the power of a workstation from the data center, so designers, engineers and architects are free to work on their professional graphics applications from anywhere.
Flexible subscription model, ongoing updates: With ongoing innovation and feature updates in the software and the data center GPUs that power NVIDIA GRID, customers benefit from increased value through the life of the deployment. To ease adoption, NVIDIA is offering a new annual subscription model that offers customers access to the latest upgrades along with enterprise-class support and maintenance. Customers can buy up to three years of annual subscription upfront. Alternatively, they can choose the perpetual license model.
Tesla M10 Availability
The latest NVIDIA GRID software is available worldwidet today. The Tesla M10 will be generally available starting August 2016.
Experience NVIDIA GRID
The combined offering will be on display at Citrix Synergy starting May 24 at the Las Vegas Convention Center in NVIDIA booth 704G.
Users are encouraged to experience NVIDIA GRID for themselves through the NVIDIA GRID Test Drive. This experience gives users instant access to hours of NVIDIA GRID vGPU acceleration on a Windows desktop.