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  • You can download Nvidia drivers right from the Nvidia website, or using an app called Nvidia GeForce Experience.
  • If you have an Nvidia GeForce card, you can install the GeForce Experience app to automatically install the right Nvidia drivers. 
  • If you have a different kind of Nvidia card or don’t want to use the Experience app, you can manually download drivers from the Nvidia website. 
  • Before you download new Nvidia drivers, use the Windows Device Manager to find out what graphics card you have installed.
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For years, Nvidia has been a leader in the field of computer graphics. Many of the most powerful computers on the market use Nvidia graphics cards.

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And like any part of your computer, the software on your Nvidia cards — also

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Why Nvidia Has Pivoted to Software

October 6, 2020 | software | No Comments

Every day the greatest companies in tech are reimagining what’s possible and pushing the boundaries to create new markets. That’s why Nvidia ((NVDA) -Get Report) keeps winning.

The Santa Clara, Calif.-based company Monday announced a Maxine, a cloud-based set of developer tools to help businesses build better videoconferencing software.

That’s right, a company best known cutting edge hardware, also makes innovative software tools.

Software is the reason investors should continue to buy Nvidia shares.

It’s hard to explain but in 2007, at the beginning of the cloud computing revolution, Jensen Huang, Nvidia’s chief executive decided to go all-in on artificial intelligence. The choice baffled many pundits because AI had been a lost cause for big tech so far.

Since the 1970s technologists have been drawn to the idea of computers learning to process data efficiently like the human brain. Huang made the case succinctly in 2016 when he

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Nvidia announced yesterday it was launching an open beta for the Omniverse, a virtual environment the company describes as a “metaverse” for engineers.

CEO Jensen Huang showed a demo of the Omniverse, where engineers can work on designs in a virtual environment, as part of the keynote talk at Nvidia’s GPU Technology Conference, a virtual event being held online this week. More than 30,000 people from around the world have signed up to participate.

The Omniverse is a virtual tool that allows engineers to collaborate. It was inspired by the science fiction concept of the metaverse, the universe of virtual worlds that are all interconnected, like in novels such as Snow Crash and Ready Player One. I asked Huang whether Nvidia was interested in creating the consumer version of the metaverse, and what technology would be needed to create it.

Huang said Nvidia’s view of the metaverse is threefold.

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Yubby dibby dibby dibby dum.

Close. Really so close.

Across the landscape known as the equity marketplace, all S&P sectors performed somewhere between well and very well. Taking the temperature of the major to not-so-major indices, performance also excelled. I had written on Monday that I thought maybe on Friday, during that day’s selloff, that perhaps markets were pricing in former Vice President Joe Biden’s tax proposals. Just one weekend later, based on just who and what performed the best, it seemed almost as if markets were pricing these proposals back out. Could I have just been wrong on Friday? Or maybe something else is at work? If I were a rich man…..

Political polls did show a lurch in the former vice president’s favor as the nation learned of President Trump’s diagnosis, and then the spreading of the virus to others within his circles. Perhaps these markets reacted on

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KEY POINTS

  • Nvidia’s GeForce RTX 3080 and GeForce RTX 3090 ran out of stocks just minutes after their launch recently
  • Nvidia CEO said the supply shortage could linger until 2021
  • Nvidia recently postponed the launch of GeForce RTX 3070

Gamers planning to purchase Nvidia’s GeForce RTX 3080 or GeForce RTX 3090 by the end of 2020 might be disappointed as the supply shortage for the graphics cards would continue till next year. 

Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang told mediapersons, on the sidelines of the GTC 2020 event Monday, that GeForce RTX 3080 and RTX 3090 shortage would last until 2021. The executive believes the issue has more to do with the unprecedented demand instead of the supply, Tomshardware reported.

While the company assured fans that it is working to fix things on various fronts, the forthcoming holiday season will not make things any better.

Just minutes after their launch, Nvidia GeForce

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If you are looking to get your hands on an Nvidia RTX 3080 or 3090 graphics card, you’re probably going to have to wait until 2021. Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang announced today that the company expects shortages for both graphics cards will continue to for the remainder of the year, Tom’s Hardware and Wccftech reports.

During a Q&A with press to cover its GTC announcements, Huang responded to the continuous shortages for both graphics cards. “I believe that demand will outstrip all of our supply through the year,” Huang said.

The RTX 3080 and 3090 had extremely rough launches, with both cards selling out within minutes of preorders going live, but Huang says the issue is not with supply but rather the demand of both GPUs.

“Even if we knew about all

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Nvidia  (NVDA) – Get Report said Monday it was partnering with GlaxoSmithKline  (GSK) – Get Report and its artificial intelligence group to use AI for developing new drugs and vaccines, while building a supercomputer to aid researchers in their work on the coronavirus and other challenges.

Shares of Nvidia, the Santa Clara, Calif.-based computer graphics chip company, were up 3.4% to $540.08, while American depositary receipts of GlaxoSmithKline rose 1.5% to $37.79. 

Located in London, GSK’s hub will use biomedical data, AI methods and advanced computing platforms to unlock genetic and clinical data, Nvidia said.

The GSK AI hub will be home to its U.K.-based AI team, including GSK AI Fellows, a new professional training program and now scientists from Nvidia.

“GSK and Nvidia together will help push the boundaries of what AI can do and put vast data sources to work to advance the discovery

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NVIDIA kicked off their line of GPU-accelerated single board computers back in 2014 with the Jetson TK1, a $200 USD development system for those looking to get involved with the burgeoning world of so-called “edge computing”. It was designed to put high performance computing in a small and energy efficient enough package that it could be integrated directly into products, rather than connecting to a data center half-way across the world.

The TK1 was an impressive piece of hardware, but not something the hacker and maker community was necessarily interested in. For one thing, it was fairly expensive. But perhaps more importantly, it was clearly geared more towards industry types than consumers. We did see the occasional project using the TK1 and the subsequent TX1 and TX2 boards, but they were few and far between.

Then came the Jetson Nano. Its 128 core Maxwell CPU still packed plenty of power

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Five months after closing its $7 billion purchase of networking interconnect and chip developer Mellanox Technologies, Nvidia  (NVDA) – Get Report is teaming with VMware  (VMW) – Get Report to expand the capabilities of Mellanox’s silicon.

On Tuesday — the start of VMware’s annual VMworld conference — Nvidia and VMware announced a pair of partnerships.

One of the partnerships involves the Nvidia GPU Cloud (NGC), a set of software tools and pre-trained deep learning models meant to help developers quickly get AI projects relying on Nvidia GPUs up and running. The other involves Mellanox’s SmartNICs, networking cards that (with the help of Mellanox’s BlueField data processing units, or DPUs) can offload networking, security and storage processing from a server’s CPUs.

The second partnership, arguably the more important of the two, will allow many of the tasks handled by VMware’s core Cloud Foundation platform — it covers

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If you’re one of the lucky few who scored an Nvidia RTX 3080 before stock was decimated and snatched up by bots, congratulations! Hopefully that purchase didn’t leave you with buyer’s remorse, because an increasing number of early adopters are reporting that their shiny new RTX 3080 graphics cards are crashing to the desktop in the middle of various gaming sessions.

VideoCardz was the first English language site to report that several 3rd-party, factory-overclocked RTX 3080 models from ZOTAC, MSI, Gigabyte and others are exhibiting unexplained crashes or severe graphical artifacts while gaming. Since then the problem has become more widespread, with complaints mounting on sites like Reddit, LinusTechTips and Nvidia’s own forums.

What’s The Problem, Exactly?

In a nutshell: when the affected models reach a boost GPU clock speed of 2.0GHz or higher, the

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