- News tagged "nvidia"
Friday, 19 Sep 2014
The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 900 series cards have been launched officially. Like an early bird that gets the worm, Gigabyte was the one of the first add-in card partners to announce its GeForce GTX 980 card.
NVIDIA has officially launched the GeForce GTX 900 series. Based on the second generation Maxwell architecture, the GTX 980 and GTX 970 are the first two members from the new family.
Friday, 12 Sep 2014
NVIDIA revealed in its legal document that the HTC Nexus 9 tablet will be powered by the Tegra K1 processor. In addition, the upcoming Nexus tablet should be launched in the coming weeks.
Friday, 5 Sep 2014
NVIDIA has just launched a patent suit against Samsung and Qualcomm for infringing on its graphics chip patents and wants the ITC to ban select Samsung Galaxy devices running Qualcomm chips.
Thursday, 14 Aug 2014
NVIDIA announces five new Quadro graphics cards with the K5200 leading the pack. The new additions to the Quadro series complement the top-end K6000 that was announced about a year ago.
Wednesday, 13 Aug 2014
The NVIDIA GT 720 graphics card has the GK208 GPU at its heart and the chip features 28nm-based Kepler architecture. Read on to uncover the different variants of the NVIDIA GT 720.
Tuesday, 12 Aug 2014
Zotac has announced the GTX 750 Zone Edition 1GB graphics card. With its passive cooling system, this card is touted to deliver whisper-quiet performances.
Friday, 1 Aug 2014
NVIDIA researchers have found a way to create high-resolution displays by re-purposing lower-resolution ones in what they're terming "cascading displays". Hit the link to find out more.
Wednesday, 23 Jul 2014
NVIDIA has unveiled the Shield tablet, an 8-inch, Full HD, 32-bit Tegra K1-powered gaming tablet launching next week in the US for $299.
Thursday, 10 Jul 2014
NVIDIA has expanded GRID Test Drive service for South East Asia and Australia. It will allow people, who are considering virtualized desktop infrastructure (VDI), to test the cloud computing capabilities of NVIDIA GRID for free, albeit for a limited time period of two hours only.