- News tagged "nvidia"
Friday, 21 Mar 2014
MSI has announced its gaming notebooks that are now furnished with the latest NVIDIA GTX 800M graphics family. They also come with SteelSeries gaming keyboards with multi-color backlit, killer networking feature to boost internet efficiency, Sound by Dynaudio speakers system, and XSplit Gamecaster, which will be pre-installed with a 6-month premium license.
Thursday, 13 Mar 2014
NVIDIA has just introduced its new GeForce GTX 800M series GPUs that are based on its Kepler and first-generation Maxwell architecture and will feature a new battery-saving technology called Battery Boost.
Friday, 7 Mar 2014
Finally, NVIDIA has countered AMD's new "Volcanic Islands" GPUs with its much anticipated "Maxwell" graphics cards, spawning add-in board partners to churn out their respective cards. Read on for a quick pictorial overview of the cards released by add-in board partners.
Tuesday, 25 Feb 2014
On top of utilizing NVIDIA's Tegra 4i processor, the new smartphone comes with a 8-megapixel rear camera, LTE / HSPA+ support, as well as TegraZone. It'll be available throughout Europe, including France, Spain, Portugal, Germany, Italy, UK, and Belgium, from April 2014 onwards.
At the Mobile World Congress, NVIDIA has announced the addition of its i500 LTE modem and 4G LTE cellular connection to its 7-inch Android tablet, the Tegra Note 7.
Friday, 21 Feb 2014
According to Jon Peddie Research, AMD has lost significant ground in the GPU market, losing over 10% in market share in the past quarter.
Thursday, 20 Feb 2014
NVIDIA has launched its new GeForce GTX Titan Black GPU with little fanfare. Add-in card partners like ASUS, EVGA, Gigabyte and Palit have made their GTX Titan Black graphics cards available.
Tuesday, 14 Jan 2014
According to Tom’s Hardware, early benchmark results show that the newly launched NVIDIA Tegra K1 processor outperforms its immediate competitors by roughly 30%, as measured with 3DMark Ice Storm scores.
Wednesday, 8 Jan 2014
The newly launched Aorus X7 is touted by Aorus to be the thinnest and lightest GTX SLI gaming notebook on the planet. It weighs only 2.9kg and measures 22.9mm thick, and is powered by a pair of NVIDIA GTX 765M GPUs for extreme gaming performance.
If things go according to NVIDIA’s plans, cars could get a lot better with the NVIDIA Tegra K1. Read on to uncover how this Kepler-based chip may possibly be at the heart of your car’s electronics.