The next generation GeForce GTX 680 GPU has arrived, and it packs a faster, smoother and richer gaming experience into a GPU that is simply cool and quiet. The GeForce GTX 680 GPUs are built from an ultra power efficient Kepler architecture featuring our new SMX streaming multiprocessors and innovative NVIDIA technologies like TXAA, FXAA,… Read More
Meet GeForce Product Manager
Justin joined NVIDIA in 2005 and serves as a product manager for GeForce desktop GPUs. He has over 10 years of experience in the semiconductor industry including four years designing plasma chambers for semiconductor manufacturing at Applied Materials. Justin holds a BS in Engineering from Cornell University and an MBA from the University of California, Los Angeles.
Justin is a native of Boston and shares the region’s psychopathic obsession with the Red Sox. He loves nothing more than spending time with his wife and daughter, but still finds some time for some PC gaming, sports and travel.
Available today, the all new GeForce GTX 560 is ready to play your favorite games in HD 1080p, with the best PC gaming tech from DX11 and 3D Vision to SLI and PhysX. To show you what the GTX 560 is capable of, we’ve captured gameplay footage from unreleased Duke Nukem Forever and Alice: Madness… Read More
Six months ago, I told you about the GeForce GTX 460, and your responses were great. The GTX 460 quickly became one of our most popular GPUs by virtue of its fantastic price/performance, cool and quiet operation and outstanding over-clockability. After reading your comments on my blog post, we could tell that you liked the… Read More
Wondering what the best GPU is for playing the upcoming StarCraft sequel, StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty? Well a few hardcore editors decided to test just that with the live StarCraft beta (which sadly ended today) in advance of the game's much anticipated release next week. Their recommendation? Our new GeForce GTX 460 GPU. GTX… Read More
Back in March, NVIDIA launched the fastest most technologically advanced GPU in the world – the GeForce GTX 480. I borrowed a pair of GTX 480s out of our lab and took some time to geek out over the visual bliss delivered by 6 billion transistors worth of graphics horsepower. When I brought the cards… Read More