How to Get Your GPU Tuned for Nvidia Graphics driver Nvidia announced today the release of the GeForce GTX 1060, its new gaming graphics card.
It also unveiled the latest version of the Nvidia Graphics Driver, which adds a new Nvidia Adaptive Vertical Sync feature.
The GeForce GTX 1050 Ti is a reference-design GeForce GTX 1080 that ships with a core clock speed of 1217MHz, while the reference GTX 1050 is a more affordable card at 1220MHz.
The GeForce GTX 1070 Ti is priced at $649, while Nvidia’s next-gen GeForce GTX Titan X is expected to arrive later this year at $849.
The GTX 1090 Ti is Nvidia’s reference-level GeForce GTX 980 Ti that comes with a Core Clock speed of 1515MHz, a Boost Clock speed up to 1833MHz, and a Boost to 1225MHz.
The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970 is priced as an entry-level model at $699, while it’s expected to launch later this month at $1,099.
The GTX 980, meanwhile, is expected in June with a price of $699.
The graphics card is designed to power the next generation of consoles, but it also works well on PCs, tablets and smartphones.
Nvidia has said that the GTX 1070 will be the first GPU to support 3D Vision 4K, though we don’t know if it supports 3DMark 11 or whether it will support the DirectX 12 API.
Nvidia said that it’s working with several partners to bring the card to market in the second half of the year.
The first GeForce GTX cards were released in late 2014 and early 2015.
This year, Nvidia released two cards that use the GTX 1080 as its reference GPU.
Both cards were priced between $399 and $499.