News tagged ‘nvidia’
Wednesday, 28 Jul 2010
NVIDIA releases Application Acceleration Engines (AXE) optimized for their new Quadro GPUs. Designed for the professional software development community, the latest versions include the NVIDIA SceniX 6, NVIDIA Cg Tooklit 3, and NVIDIA OptiX 2.
NVIDIA adds a new range of Fermi-based GPUs to their professional Quadro lineup. The new GPUs include the NVIDIA Quadro Plex 7000 array, Quadro 6000, Quadro 5000 and Quadro 4000. They'll feature the new NVIDIA Scalable Geometry Engines which leverages on NVIDIA's Application Acceleration Engines (AXE) to handle a range of CAD, DCC and visualization applications.
Thursday, 22 Jul 2010
NVIDIA today announced the release of NVIDIA Parallel Nsight software, the industry's first development environment for GPU-accelerated applications that works with Microsoft Visual Studio.
Monday, 19 Jul 2010
ASUS is working on what can only be called the fastest single graphics card in the world - two GeForce GTX 480s on a single PCB.
Tuesday, 13 Jul 2010
NVIDIA updates their "Release 256" family of drivers with version 258.96. The new driver is currently going through WHQL certification, and the ratified version is expected to be available in a week's time.
Monday, 12 Jul 2010
Palit announces a fresh class of Fermi architecture GeForce GTX 460 series: GTX 460 768MB, GTX 460 1GB Sonic and GTX 460 1GB Sonic Platinum.
Zotac unleashes two new affordable GeForce GTX 400 series graphics cards - the new ZOTAC GeForce GTX 460 1GB and GeForce GTX 460 Synergy Edition.
Friday, 9 Jul 2010
An Arstechnica article reveals a list of circumstantial evidence that may show that NVIDIA is deliberately crippling PhysX performance that's running on the CPU.
Friday, 25 Jun 2010
Much to NVIDIA's displeasure, Intel has presented a paper stating that NVIDIA GPUs are not as quick as NVIDIA claims.
Wednesday, 23 Jun 2010
It is widely believed that NVIDIA will introduce the new GF104 chip on their upcoming graphics card. The chip promises lower power consumption and operating temperatures.