NVIDIA settles class-action lawsuit over Geforce GTX 970 controversy

Geforce GTX 970

NVIDIA falsely advertised GeForce GTX 970 as 4GB graphics card According to TopClassAction website, NVIDIA has agreed to pay 30 USD to each buyer of GTX 970. Company will also cover additional attorneys’ fees. They are estimated at 1.3 million USD. The overall settlement amount was not publicly disclosed within court papers, however Nvidia agreed to pay all consumers who purchased the GTX 970 graphics card and indicated there would not be a cap on the total amount it would pay consumers. “The settlement is fair and reasonable and falls within the…

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Nvidia GTX 970 Review featuring Inno3D iChill GTX 970

Inno3D iChill GTX 970 The GTX 900 series from Nvidia took the market by storm with Maxwell V2.0 which offered numerous tweaks over its previews iteration. While the big brother GTX 980 was the flagship of the series, the younger sibling GTX 970 even with its VRAM allocation fiasco remained a pretty strong contender in the sub 30K price range. GTX 780 GTX 780Ti R9 290 R9 290X GTX 970 Inno3D iChill GTX 970 GTX 980 Shader Units 2880 2304 2560 2816 1664 1664 2048 ROPs 48 48 64 64…

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GTX 970 Ramgate : a brief overview

Nvidia’s GTX 970 when released took the world by storm,however over the past month a few bits of information surfaced which indicates the GTX 970 might not be what all though it to be. Firstly some user over at anandtech and overclock.net forums started reporting performance issues on their GTX 970’s. For example one user here found the total usage is getting topped out a 3.5 GB when the card is stressed fully. So,what exactly happened there? As it turned out according to Anandtech NVIDIA’s original publication of the ROP/memory…

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