- News tagged "nvidia"
Wednesday, 16 Mar 2011
Sparkle presents the Sparkle GeForce GTX 550 Ti graphics card which delivers performance for mainstream DX11 gamers.
AFOX presents the latest AFOX Geforce GTX 550 Ti Graphics Card AF550-1024D5H1 - the newest model designed for mainstream users with excellent overclocking potential, perfect cooling system and full DirectX11 support.
The new ASUS Ultimate GTX550 Ti DirectCU and GTX550 Ti DirectCU TOP continue ASUS graphics card tradition of shipping overclocked power up to 1015 MHz for exceptional gaming performance.
MSI unveils 2 N550GTX-Ti graphics cards based on the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 550 Ti GPU. With 1GB, 192-bit bandwidth graphics memory, the MSI N550GTX-Ti Cyclone II 1GD5 features the new Cyclone II cooling solution.
Monday, 14 Mar 2011
Sony Ericsson's Xperia Play won't be the only device enjoying Sony's PlayStation Suite and its library of games. In an earlier announcement, Sony Computer Entertainment has revealed that the PlayStation Suite will be extended to devices running on NVIDIA's Tegra 2.
Friday, 11 Mar 2011
Sparkle today announced the Sparkle GTX570 Thermal Guru Graphics Card with Effective Own Design Cooler, the ultimate DX11 3D monster from Sparkle, which delivers intense performance and premium cooling effect for gamers who demand the best.
Wednesday, 2 Mar 2011
In conjunction with the upcoming tablets powered by NVIDIA's Tegra 2 chip, the NVIDIA Tegra Zone app has been released on Android Market, showcasing apps that are optimized for the dual-core processor.
Tuesday, 1 Mar 2011
The new toolkit from NVIDIA for CUDA allows for unified virtual addressing, GPU-to-GPU communication and enhanced C++ template libraries which enable more developers to take advantage of GPU computing.
Wednesday, 23 Feb 2011
NVIDIA announced today a new line of Quadro professional graphics solutions for mobile workstations designed for engineers, industrial designers, animators, film & video editors, and people who need to take their work with them while they are on the move.
Wednesday, 16 Feb 2011
We're not sure if NVIDIA's pulling our legs here, but their chip naming conventions for their upcoming Tegra chips have left us chuckling...