- News tagged "nvidia"
Tuesday, 12 Oct 2010
Palit Microsystems announces a new "Fermi" architecture GeForce GT 430. Palit GeForce GT 430 is the most affordable graphic card to play DX11 games and enables to experience Blu-Ray 3D movie in your living room.
NVIDIA today announced the latest addition to its Fermi class of graphics processing units, the NVIDIA GeForce GT 430, which was specifically designed to provide the horsepower needed to power today's digital media PCs and provide the high definition video and audio experience.
GIGABYTE Technology Co. LTD today presents the latest entry level graphics card, the GV-N430OC-1GL.
Friday, 24 Sep 2010
NVIDIA today announced CUDA support for OpenCV, the popular Computer Vision library used in developing advanced applications for the robotics, automotive, medical, consumer, security, manufacturing, and research fields.
Thursday, 23 Sep 2010
NVIDIA Expands CUDA Developer Ecosystem with New CUDA Research and Teaching Centres in the US, Canada and Europe
NVIDIA today announced the addition of new research and educational centres dedicated to leveraging the processing power of graphics processing units (GPUs).
Monday, 13 Sep 2010
SUS today announced the latest addition to its Fermi series of high-performance DirectX 11 graphics cards Ã¢â‚¬â€ the ENGTS450 DIRECTCU Series.
Monday, 6 Sep 2010
NVIDIA today introduced the NVIDIA GeForce 400M series of graphics processing units (GPUs) - the building blocks for the next-generation of NVIDIA Optimus and NVIDIA 3D Vision notebooks that are coming onto the market from leading vendors.
Wednesday, 18 Aug 2010
The new Zotac GeForce GTX 460 AMP! Edition transforms the GeForce GTX 460 into a completely new animal with a 20-percent higher engine clock and new cooler.
Thursday, 12 Aug 2010
ATI has made a lighthearted video to make fun of Fermi's high operating temperatures and power draw.
Wednesday, 11 Aug 2010
NVIDIA-Led Team Receives $25 Million Contract From DARPA to Develop High-Performance GPU Computing Systems
A team led by NVIDIA has been awarded a research grant of $25 million by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), the US Defense Department's research and development arm, to address what the agency calls a "crisis in computing".