- Graphics Cards
Thursday, 12 May 2016
At NVIDIA's launch event for its new Pascal-based GPUs this past weekend, game developer id Software also had the chance to showcase the new GeForce GTX 1080 running the upcoming Doom reboot. Here's a teaser of the performance you can expect when the card is paired with the upcoming Vulkan API.
Tuesday, 10 May 2016
NVIDIA's new GeForce GTX 1070 and 1080 serve up copious amounts of graphics performance, and the company wants to put it all to good use in powering more immersive VR experiences. It has added new features to VRWorks, including support for more realistic physics effects and enhanced audio.
Sunday, 8 May 2016
It's finally official, NVIDIA has unveiled its latest GeForce GTX 1080 and GTX 1070 graphics cards! Come on in to get the lowdown on the latest monster cards from NVIDIA.
Wednesday, 27 Apr 2016
AMD has announced the Radeon Pro Duo, a dual-GPU Fiji card targeted at both gamers and content creators in the VR space. The card is now available globally from select add-in board partners and system integrators.
Monday, 25 Apr 2016
NVIDIA's Tesla P100 Pascal data center GPUs may feature HBM2, but its consumer-oriented Pascal cards may still end up using GDDR5 memory.
Tuesday, 19 Apr 2016
According to rumors, NVIDIA is halting production of certain Maxwell chips in order to clear its existing inventory and make way for the upcoming Pascal launch, which could take place within the next couple of months.
Monday, 11 Apr 2016
Ever wondered how much smaller an HBM die really is? SK Hynix had some helpful displays at GTC this year.
Friday, 8 Apr 2016
NVIDIA is taking a big leap of faith in its supercomputer for the car – the Drive PX 2 – and establishing an F1-like car race with a new breed of super cars, except that there will be no drivers!
Wednesday, 6 Apr 2016
Purpose built and engineered for deep learning, the NVIDIA DGX-1 is a rack-mounted server that can deliver 170TFLOPS of FP16 processing throughput, boasts numerous Pascal based Tesla P100 GPUs, and much more. Check out who was it designed for and its full set of specs!
Just unveiled at the 2016 GPU Technology Conference is the most advanced compute accelerator ever. With 15.3-billion transistors in the new 16nm FinFET GPU die, 16GB of HBM2 memory and 10.6 teraflops of F32 (single precision) performance, this is the Tesla P100 strong-scale HPC GPU.