Nvidia just wrapped its address at CES 2022 where it announced a new flagship GPU: the GeForce RTX 3090 Ti. Plus, Nvidia’s mobile versions of the RTX 3070 Ti and RTX 3080 Ti will appear in laptops starting at $1,499 and $2,499, respectively. Nvidia announced a new $250 entry-level RTX 3050 GPU as well. And AT&T is giving away six months of free GeForce Now cloud gaming service.
Read more here - Nvidia’s new $249 RTX 3050 GPU offers ray tracing and DLSS on a budget: bit.ly/32HZwJt Nvidia’s new G-Sync monitors let you switch between 1440p and 1080pL: bit.ly/3mXAdK5 AT&T is giving away six months of Nvidia GeForce Now cloud gaming service: bit.ly/32SLzbo Nvidia announces 3080 Ti and 3070 Ti laptop GPUs, says they can control your CPU, too: bit.ly/3t2rbQ5 Nvidia announces RTX 3090 Ti with faster memory and performance: bit.ly/3mQEpvh Nvidia’s GeForce Now will be limited to 1080p on Samsung and LG TVs — for now: bit.ly/3eNDEP5
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