NVIDIA, Adobe to Bring Interactive, Photo-Real Ray Tracing to Millions of Graphic Designers

Oil and canvas. Thunder and lightning. Salt and pepper. Some things just go together — like Adobe Dimension CC and NVIDIA RTX ray tracing, which are poised to revolutionize the work of graphic designers and artists.

Adobe Dimension CC makes it easy for graphic designers to create high-quality, photorealistic 3D images, whether for package design, scene visualizations or abstract art. And Adobe Research is constantly innovating to make it even easier for designers to create faster and better.

The latest find: NVIDIA RTX ray-tracing technology, which promises to make photo-real 3D design interactive and intuitive, with over 10x faster performance for Adobe Dimension on NVIDIA RTX GPUs.

What used to cost tens of thousands of dollars on ultra-high-end systems will be able to run on a desktop with an NVIDIA RTX GPU at a price within reach of millions of graphics designers. Check out a tech preview of this technology at Adobe MAX, in Los Angeles, in NVIDIA booth 717.

Adobe Dimension enables designers to incorporate 3D into their workflows, from packaging design to brand visualization to synthetic photography. Adobe makes 3D accessible by handling the heavy lifting of lighting and compositing with Adobe Sensei machine learning-based features, then producing a final, photorealistic output using the Dimension ray tracer.

“We’re partnering with NVIDIA on RTX because of its significant potential to accelerate our two core pillars – ray tracing and machine learning,” said Ross McKegney, director of Engineering for Adobe Dimension CC. “Early results are very promising. Our prototype Dimension builds running on RTX are able to produce photorealistic renders in near real time.”

Reinventing Creative Workflows with Real-Time Ray Tracing and NVIDIA RTX

Ray tracing is the technique modern movies rely on to produce images that are indistinguishable from those captured by a camera. Think realistic reflections, refractions and shadows.

The easiest way to understand ray tracing is to look around you. The objects you’re seeing are illuminated by beams of light. Now turn that around and follow the path of those beams backwards from your eye to the objects that light interacts with. That’s ray tracing.

Historically, though, computer hardware hasn’t been fast enough to use these 3D rendering techniques in real time. Artists have been limited to working with low-resolution proxies, slow design interaction and long waits to render the final production. But NVIDIA RTX changes the game.

NVIDIA has built ray-tracing acceleration into its Turing GPU architecture with accelerators called RT Cores.  These accelerators enable artists to smoothly interact with a full-screen view of their final image. Lighting changes appear in real time, so artists can quickly get just the look they need. Camera changes, including depth of field, happen in real time, so artists can frame shots perfectly just like they would in a real camera.

Experience NVIDIA RTX Technology and Adobe Dimension Now

See the future of 3D design with NVIDIA RTX ray tracing and Adobe Dimension throughout the Adobe MAX show floor:

  • Adobe Dimension & NVIDIA RTX Tech Preview: Experience the power of interactive ray tracing in person with a hands-on tech preview of the RTX-powered Dimension renderer – NVIDIA booth 717.
  • NVIDIA Holodeck VR Experience with Adobe: Step into VR with NVIDIA Holodeck for a virtual design review of photorealistic 3D assets created in Adobe Dimension CC. First come, first serve at booth 212.

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NVIDIA RTX GPUs Inspire Creativity at Adobe MAX

You’re a creator with an imagination running at the speed of light. Nothing can stop you. And nothing should — especially not the system that powers your favorite creative apps.

Thousands of the world’s top creators will descend on Adobe MAX in Los Angeles next week to get inspired, learn and network. We’ll be there demonstrating how NVIDIA RTX GPUs revolutionize creativity with the power of real-time photorealistic design, AI-enhanced graphics, and video and image processing. Millions of designers and artists will be able to create amazing content in a completely new way.

Visit us in booth 717 to get hands-on experience with the latest NVIDIA Quadro RTX and GeForce RTX GPUs driving a broad range of creative apps, including video editing for Hollywood pros and online creators alike, high-end visual effects, 3D design for the masses, groundbreaking photo-realistic ray tracing, and AI-augmented creativity.

Our NVIDIA RTX GPUs are powering:

  • Adobe Dimension CC and NVIDIA RTX Ray Tracing
    Tech preview of interactive, photo-realistic, ray-tracing with NVIDIA RTX GPU-powered Adobe Dimension renderer, delivers up to 10x faster performance.
  • Adobe Project Rush
    Exciting new video editing app from Adobe that offers online creators a major speed boost.
  • Real-Time 8K Video Editing – Tech Preview with REDCINE-X
    Ultra-fast 8K editing based on a collaboration between NVIDIA and RED Digital Cinema.
  • Adobe Premiere Pro CC
    Professional video editing for real-time editing, interactive effects and faster output renders.
  • Adobe After Effects CC
    Up to 10x faster visual effects and animation.
  • Vincent – Turning Sketches into Art with AI
    Transform your art with real-time AI as if Van Gogh was your design partner. Imagined by NVIDIA Partner, Cambridge Consultants.

Learn Something New at NVIDIA’s Creative Experts Bar

To see some amazing creative designs and productions, and learn how they were done, step up to the NVIDIA Creative Experts Bar. Engage in casual, one-hour sessions with some of the brightest creators at MAX.

Whether you’re a visual effects pro, graphics artist, professional photographer or 3D designer, there’s something for you in these creative discussions going on all day in NVIDIA booth 717. Plan your visit to the Creative Experts Bar here.

NVIDIA Holodeck VR Experience with Adobe

For something completely different, step into VR with NVIDIA Holodeck for a virtual design review of photorealistic 3D assets created in Adobe Dimension CC.  First come, first serve at booth 217.

Don’t Go Home Empty Handed

For a chance to win a new NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti GPU, visit the NVIDIA booth for a creative experience with the AI-augmented Vincent sketch system. Then share a photo of your work of art on Twitter or Instagram with #NVIDIARTX and #AdobeMAX.

Get another chance to win when you tell us what you would create with more time by using #NVIDIARTX and #AdobeMAX.

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Why Today Is an Exciting Moment for Gamers and Important Catalyst for Ray-Traced Games

The gaming industry witnessed a seismic shift in computer graphics in August with the launch of NVIDIA’s GeForce RTX 20-series GPUs. For the first time, developers and consumers worldwide have access to hardware fast enough to do real-time ray tracing.

Another milestone hit today with the release of Windows 10 October 2018 Update. It promises to catalyze the development of a new generation of games that bring lifelike lighting, reflections and shadows to real-time, interactive experiences.

One of the update’s key features is the first public support for Microsoft DirectX Raytracing (DXR). This is huge for two reasons:

  1. DXR provides an industry-standard application programming interface (API) that gives all game developers access to GeForce RTX’s hardware support of ray tracing.
  2. DXR adds support for ray tracing to the Windows operating system, so DirectX 12 Windows PCs can now execute the applications that support real-time ray tracing.

Real-time ray tracing is a revolution for the gaming industry. It offers a level of realism far beyond what’s possible with traditional rendering techniques.

Over the years, rasterization evolved to help game developers create stunning graphics and realism. But ray tracing — long heralded as the holy grail for computer graphics — models the real-world behavior of light. Artists and computer graphics researchers alike consider it the definitive solution for realistic and lifelike lighting, reflections and shadows.

See it at work in the Battlefield V RTX trailer below:

Ray tracing isn’t new. It’s been rendered offline for decades to create movies and other applications where real-time performance isn’t essential.

This isn’t the case for games. Movie scenes are “fixed.” The action doesn’t change. So moviemakers can spend days or weeks rendering a single scene. By contrast, game scenes are interactive and unpredictable. A game has only milliseconds to generate an image.

NVIDIA GeForce RTX graphics cards make real-time ray tracing possible. Their powerful performance, hardware support for ray tracing and artificial intelligence enable unprecedented cinematic experiences in games and other interactive content.

Top game studios are already developing titles featuring real-time ray tracing on NVIDIA GeForce RTX GPUs. Three blockbusters will be supporting the technology: Battlefield V, Metro Exodus and Shadow of the Tomb Raider. Other developers have announced support for NVIDIA RTX as well. 3DMark has even announced a benchmark for ray tracing titles.

With Microsoft’s official public support of DXR with its Windows 10 October 2018 Update and the GeForce RTX family of Turing-based GPUs, PC gamers can look forward to the first wave of next-generation titles with ray tracing.

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GeForce RTX: A Beast for Today’s Games — and Tomorrow’s

Open box. Start your game. Witness the impossible.

Our GeForce RTX series GPUs — the first gaming GPUs based on our new NVIDIA Turing architecture — fuse next-generation shaders, real-time ray tracing, and all-new AI capabilities. Game developers are buzzing.

But right out of the box it gives you a huge performance upgrade for games you’re playing now.

GeForce RTX GPUs deliver 4K HDR gaming on modern AAA titles at 60 frames per second — a feat even our flagship GeForce GTX 1080 Ti GPU can’t manage.

Open box. Start your game. Witness the impossible. Right out of the box our new GeForce RTX GPUs deliver 4K HDR gaming on modern AAA titles at 60 frames per second.

Our new Turing GPUs — the GeForce RTX 2080 Ti, 2080 and 2070 — arrive ahead of a holiday shopping season supercharged by sub-$300 4K monitors and a lineup of big titles from top game franchises.

Open box. Start your game. Witness the impossible. Right out of the box our new GeForce RTX GPUs deliver 4K HDR gaming on modern AAA titles at 60 frames per second.

Big Game Hunting

For game after game, Turing delivers big performance gains (see chart, above). Those numbers get even bigger with deep learning super-sampling, or DLSS, unveiled Monday.

DLSS takes advantage of our tensor cores’ ability to use AI. In this case it’s used to develop a neural network that teaches itself how to render a game. It smooths the edges of rendered objects and increases performance.

That’s one example of how Turing can do things no other GPU can. This makes Turing’s full performance hard to measure.

But looking at today’s PC games — against which GPUs without Turing’s capabilities have long been measured — it’s clear Turing is an absolute beast.

Get ready to hear it roar!

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GeForce RTX Propels PC Gaming’s Golden Age with Real-Time Ray Tracing

They say real-time ray tracing is the future of graphics — and always will be. No longer.

NVIDIA today unveiled the biggest breakthrough in PC gaming in over a decade: the GeForce RTX series and the advent of real-time ray tracing. It’s a watershed moment, the start of a new, golden age of gaming. And the technology — regarded as the “holy grail” of computer graphics — has come 10 years earlier than most predicted.

“Games will never be the same,” said Jensen Huang, NVIDIA founder and CEO, during his Gamescom presentation, where he unveiled GeForce RTX.

Slide comparing RTX on and off

Graphics is advancing at 10x the rate of Moore’s law, before it ends. Propelling this are architectural advancements, which are responsible for GeForce RTX’s massive leap forward. Turing’s innovations fuse real-time ray tracing, all-new AI capabilities and advanced shaders to deliver 6x the performance of Pascal.

This approach, called hybrid graphics, reinvents computer graphics and represents the biggest generational performance leap ever, delivering on the promise of 4K HDR gaming at 60 frames per second on even the most advanced games.

Slide showing Turing's huge performance leap over Pascal

The invention of hybrid graphics requires a new way to measure performance. We call this RTX-OPS, or the performance available when rendering next-generation games with hybrid graphics. The resulting performance of GeForce RTX is astounding — 78 trillion RTX-OPS, 6x that of the previous Pascal generation, and 10 GigaRays per second, or 10x Pascal.

The Timing Is Perfect

GeForce RTX is coming to market at the perfect time, with a blockbuster holiday season ahead.

New games are the No. 1 reason most gamers upgrade, and this coming holiday season looks to be massive. Projections are for double-digit, year-over-year growth, with a great run anticipated for game publishers like Activision Blizzard, EA, Take Two and Ubisoft.

This year’s lineup of releases includes no less than eight major titles — from franchises with user bases of hundreds of millions of gamers and tens of billions dollars in past sales. Two of the biggest — Battlefield V and Shadow of the Tomb Raider — ship in the next couple months with RTX technology. 

Battefield V with NVIDIA RTX technology

Gamers Need to Gear Up for 4K HDR

Just as 4K is fast becoming the standard for TVs, PC gamers are moving to 4K — the new breathtaking baseline for games. Monitor prices are dropping under $300 and shipments have increased 1.5x over the past year.

Yet, PC gamers still aren’t ready. That’s because 4K gaming requires 4x the processing power of 1080p at 60 frames per second. Even our Pascal flagship GeForce GTX 1080 Ti can’t run the latest cinematic games at 4K 60 FPS.

That’s also why top gaming sites today recommend gamers think “GPU first” and, whatever their budget, allocate about 40 percent to the GPU. For a $2,500 4K rig, that’s a $1,000 investment, more than twice the CPU.

GeForce RTX 20-series are the first GPUs that will play AAA games at 4K 60 FPS HDR.

For Esports, Performance Is a Matter of Life or Death

Esports has been a big driver in bringing new players to PC gaming. And to these gamers, the stakes for graphic performance is much higher. Data shows esports pro players perform best with high FPS, low latency, high resolution and no stutter or flickering.

That’s also why all esports tournaments, without exception, are played with top-of-the-range GeForce GPUs. But for esports enthusiasts, the choice of GPU can be a matter of life or death, with high-end GeForce GPUs resulting in 1.5x the kill/death ratio in battle royale games.

Esports GPUs chart

Overwhelming Developer Support

The industry is anxious for the next big thing in graphics to create a new look for games — RTX technology will deliver that promise.

Just listen to Klemens Kundratitz, CEO of Deep Silver: “From a game publishing perspective, GeForce RTX from NVIDIA is really exciting. We can see a future where games are more realistic and more immersive for our game-playing customers. This is a great time to be a PC gamer.”

Microsoft is releasing an update to DX12, called DXR, that supports RTX ray tracing and puts tremendous firepower into the hands of developers.

Epic Games has integrated RTX technology into the most popular game engine in the world, Unreal Engine.

Over 20 RTX titles are set for release — starting this holiday season — and more than 40 game developers are working on future titles that will integrate RTX.

NVIDIA RTX game developers ecosystem

Dawn of a New Golden Age

GeForce RTX is reinventing graphics. For today’s games, and well into a bright future.

Turing’s fusing of advanced shaders, AI and ray tracing will deliver 60 FPS gaming in 4K HDR today, and is the platform for a new era of photorealism for fully ray-traced games.

The golden age of PC gaming has begun.

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NVIDIA’s Jensen Huang to Kick Off GeForce Gaming Event Ahead of Gamescom 2018

You know. We know you know. You know we know you know.

Gamescom — the world’s largest gaming expo — is almost here. We’ve already told you our GeForce gaming event on Monday, Aug. 20, at the Palladium in Cologne, Germany, will be loaded with exclusive, hands-on demos running on the hottest upcoming games, presentations from some of the world’s biggest game developers and some spectacular surprises.

Now you know that NVIDIA founder and CEO Jensen Huang will be kicking things off with a keynote at the event.

Head here to register, and turn up for the start of the festivities. Doors open at 5.30pm CET. The fun starts at 6pm CET (9am PT). Arrive early because it’ll be packed.

If you can’t get there in person, check out the livestream at https://www.twitch.tv/nvidia.

The festivities continue Tuesday at 10am, and run clear through to 5pm.

All week we’ll be painting Gamescom green. Find us at Hall 10.1, Booth E-072 and at our partners’ booths, powering the latest PC games, through Aug. 25.

 

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Why GeForce Is the Graphics Platform of The International 2018

The International, the world’s largest esports tournament, is upon us.

Since last year’s iteration of this epic DOTA 2 event, Valve introduced the Pro Circuit, which came with significant changes. The best DOTA 2 squads fought through 11 majors and 16 minors around the globe to earn points to qualify for The International 2018, or TI8.

The final 18 teams are about to compete in Vancouver – for the first time on Canadian soil. The ever-rising prize pool is already over $22 million. Observers project it will match or exceed the $24 million record set last year in TI7.

We’re as excited as any esports fan for the biggest DOTA 2 event of the year and can’t wait for the action to begin. We’re happy to announce that GeForce is once again the graphics platform of The International with GeForce GTX 1080 Ti GPUs and Acer 240Hz G-SYNC Predator monitors  powering the event.

GeForce Esports at The International

The best esports teams in the world all choose GeForce and we’re thrilled that four squads from the GeForce Esports family are competing in TI8. Top DOTA 2 teams Newbee, Team Liquid and Team Secret all received invites, thanks to their triumphant play in the DOTA 2 Pro Circuit. TNC Pro took a separate route and qualified through the Southeast Asia qualifier.

We’re beyond proud of the work each team has put in to get this far. Besides hardware support for each GeForce Esports team, NVIDIA also offers training in the form of GeForce Esports boot camps in preparation for tournaments. To this effect, Team Secret will be boot camping in the HQ GeForce Esports studio starting today ahead of TI8.

 

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E3: Everything Gaming Is New Again

You have our permission to be excited.

The gaming community’s annual pilgrimage to Los Angeles for the Electronic Entertainment Expo is upon us. And we have a ton of announcements, exclusive gameplay, exciting contests and more.

NVIDIA Ansel and Highlights Showcase Shadow of the Tomb Raider

Following up on the announcement that NVIDIA is collaborating with Square Enix, Eidos-Montréal, Crystal Dynamics and Nixxes as the official PC partner for Shadow of the Tomb Raider, NVIDIA announced today at E3 that the game will support NVIDIA Highlights and Ansel. This means gamers will be able to capture and share all of Lara’s defining moment as she becomes the Tomb Raider.

We also debuted the first Ansel photos on SHOTWITHGEFORCE.com and an incredible new gameplay reveal video for Shadow of the Tomb Raider. Stay tuned for “first looks” as press and influencers get the first ever PC hands-on exclusively at NVIDIA’s suite.

First Ever GamePlay Reveals and PC Hands-On and More

In addition to bringing you the Shadow of the Tomb Raider PC gameplay reveal, we also revealed exclusive gameplay from two of EA’s hottest new titles; Battlefield V and Anthem.

Battlefield is one of the world’s most popular first-person shooter franchises with more than 54 million players. Following up on our recent announcement that GeForce GTX is the PC platform of Battlefield V, we revealed Saturday, an exclusive PC gameplay video of the game captured on a GeForce GTX 1080 Ti.

Anthem is EA’s shared-world action-RPG were players assume the role of a Freelancer who leaves civilization behind, explore a landscape of primeval beauty and confront the dangers they find. With the game’s first PC Hands-on powered by GeForce GTX 1080 Ti at both EA PLAY and NVIDIA’s E3 suite, we released Monday an exclusive PC gameplay reveal for EA’s newest IP.

Follow our NVIDIA GeForce YouTube channel for more exclusive game reveals and developer interviews throughout E3.

New Games with NVIDIA Ansel and Highlights

NVIDIA Ansel and NVIDIA Highlights, both part of GeForce Experience, continue to gain momentum. Adding to the already impressive list of Ansel titles including Star Wars Battlefront II and Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition, we announced Ansel support for Shadow of the Tomb Raider.

We are also excited to announce that Shadow of the Tomb Raider, Dirty Bomb and Switchblade will join mega-hits Fortnite and PlayerUknown’s Battlegrounds in allowing gamers to automatically capture their greatest in-game moments with NVIDIA Highlights.

Access your highlights using the GeForce Experience overlay, choose a clip between 5-15 seconds and share as a gif to Facebook, Google Photos or Weibo for your friends to enjoy. Now you can even annotate your gifs with GeForce Experience 3.14.

E3 is Game Ready with GeForce GTX

Want to find GeForce at E3? You can’t miss us. We kicked off E3 by powering EA PLAY where gamers got hands-on with the hottest new EA titles, including Anthem, Battlefield V (check out this gameplay video), FIFA 18, Madden 18, and more all powered by a GeForce GTX 1080 Ti.

On the E3 show floor, GeForce GTX is powering the latest games from the industry’s biggest publishers including Bethesda, Ubisoft, Warner Brothers, Devolver Digital, Frontier Developments, Focus Home Interactive, Konami, Bigben Interactive and many more.

If you want to see more GeForce GTX gaming rigs, visit Dell / Alienware, HP at DXRacer or Lenovo booths.

E3 2018 #GameReady Contest: $100,000 in Amazing Prizes

We want to celebrate E3 and all the great gaming announcements with all of you, even those who cannot make it to E3. Our ”E3 is #GameReady” contest is back this year with over $100,000 in prizes up for grabs. For a chance to win, just tell us which E3 games you’re excited to play on PC by tweeting @NVIDIAGeForce with both hashtags #GameReady and #E32018 or by subscribing to our NVIDIA GeForce YouTube channel and leaving a comment on any E3 2018-related video.

It’s that easy. Prizes include:

For full terms and conditions on our “E3 is #GameReady 2018” contest, click here.

At NVIDIA, gaming is in our blood. It’s at the core of everything we do. We’re looking forward to sharing our hard work with the world at E3 2018.

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Out of the Darkness: Shadow of the Tomb Raider Gets NVIDIA Ansel and Highlights

Gaming is core to who NVIDIA is and what we do. This includes helping developers optimize their games for the PC. One perk to helping developers is seeing games early, and I’ve already played a little bit of Shadow of the Tomb Raider.

So I can say, without a shadow of a doubt, that the next installment of the TOMB RAIDER franchise looks absolutely amazing. You’ll want to share with your friends the moments when Lara Croft becomes one with the jungle, and conquers even the most brutal tombs.

Sharing those experiences will be easy for you as the game will support NVIDIA Highlights and Ansel.

We announced this news today at the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) 2018. It comes thanks to our collaboration as the official PC partner with Square Enix, Eidos-Montréal, Crystal Dynamics and Nixxes, the game’s creators.

https://youtu.be/AcqHmN0Jh0M

NVIDIA Highlights will automatically capture key moments in the climactic conclusion to Lara Croft’s origin story using ShadowPlay technology. It’ll present you with a highlight reel, so you can relive your experiences or share them with GeForce Experience directly to Facebook, YouTube or Weibo.

NVIDIA Ansel is a revolutionary way to capture in-game photography. It lets you release your inner artist, so you can capture Lara Croft, treacherous tombs and a living world in one-of-a-kind high-res photos that can be shared on social media or www.shotwithgeforce.com.

NVIDIA Ansel lets you capture Lara Croft and treacherous tombs in one-of-a-kind high-res photos that can be shared on social media.

Our booth at E3 is the only place where press can get their hands on Shadow of the Tomb Raider on PC. Websites, print publications and YouTube channels from all over the world are making their way to our booth to experience it firsthand.

You can see the incredible new Shadow of the Tomb Raider in our exclusive gameplay reveal video or look for more coverage and first impressions coming from media publications worldwide.

We’re helping the development team of Shadow of the Tomb Raider make Lara’s defining moment an incredible PC gaming experience. This collaboration brings all the benefits of the GeForce gaming platform, including GeForce technologies, GeForce Experience features, Game Ready Drivers and much more to deliver the definitive PC version for the TOMB RAIDER series.

We can’t wait to share at E3 the work we’ve done so far, and give you a look at this stunning new game.

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NVIDIA’s Ultimate Gaming Platform Comes to Ultimate Tech Trade Show

Whether you’re looking for motherboards or mice, cables or computer cases, you’ll find it — or get lost looking for it — amid the massive displays crowding the floor of Computex, one of the world’s largest trade shows, this week in Taipei.

To help gamers navigate, we’ve woven a single, bright green thread through the miles of chaos. Follow it and you’ll find offerings from the best gaming hardware companies in the world — 15 in all. You’ll see how the ultimate gaming platform is being supported by each of gaming’s top brands.

Here’s how to see all of them, from stunning new G-SYNC displays to thin new Max-Q design laptops to powerhouse systems built around our GeForce GTX GPUs.

Joining is simple. Visit the booths of any of our partners at the show to download a mobile app that will guide you to kiosks inside the booths of top hardware brands.

Check out NVIDIA 4K G-SYNC HDR demos at any two partner booths and take pictures with props to get two partner stamps. Or take pictures of yourself with an NVIDIA Max-Q design gaming laptop to get one partner stamp.

Finish your stamp collection and go to the NVIDIA counter to redeem your gift and share a photo of the experience on Facebook. You’ll also get a bonus stamp to enter the daily draw for a GeForce GTX 1080 Ti.

When you’re not on the show floor, here are some more ways to keep up on the action:

  • #IWANTMAXQ — No spoilers here. But look for plenty of new Max-Q design laptops at Computex. Follow this hashtag to learn more about the latest thin and light laptops — at Computex and throughout the year.
  • #UltimateGeForce — Before, during and after Computex, follow #UltimateGeForce to keep up on all things GeForce.
  • Pop-Up Events — We’ll be hosting exclusive pop-up events at some of Taipei’s hottest venues highlighting the portability of GeForce GTX 10-series gaming laptops with Max-Q design.
  • YouTube — Online personality Joeman will use Max-Q laptops to go head to head against a special guest while enjoying some of the best Taiwan has to offer (we won’t spoil the surprises, but beef noodles may be involved).

So whether you’re tuning in virtually, or just looking for help navigating the show, tune in for news on the best gaming displays, the best mobile gaming products and the best gaming platform.

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