News tagged ‘nvidia’
Friday, 14 Sep 2012
NVIDIA has officially launch the GeForce GTX 650 GPU. It features the full implementation of a Kepler GK107 chip, with 384 CUDA cores, clocked at 1058MHz. We first reported on its possible launch in August this year and it appears that most of the technical details leaked are accurate.
Reasonably priced at US$229, the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660 from the Kepler lineup utilizes a totally new GK106 core which was developed specially for this mid-range performance oriented card. Check out what its add-in card partners have to offer.
Monday, 10 Sep 2012
NVIDIA has announced the Kepler-based Quadro K5000 GPU for Mac Pro users. The Quadro K5000 is positioned as a professional-class GPU for these Mac users due to its high visualization and computation capabilities for digital content creation.
Thursday, 6 Sep 2012
Built for enthusiasts and powered by NVIDIA's GK104 28nm Kepler engine, the Calibre X680 and X670 Captain Series utilizes the CoolPro Cooling System.
Thursday, 30 Aug 2012
ASUS is displaying the Zenbook Prime UX31A and UX32VD at the Comex 2012 happening from today to 2 Sep. Both notebooks feature Intel Ivy Bridge processors, and are backed by a 2-year international warranty respectively.
Tuesday, 21 Aug 2012
LG announced that its largest smartphone will be making its global debut in September. The international version of the device will be equipped with a different processor from that of its Korean counterpart.
Thursday, 16 Aug 2012
EVGA has announced its full lineup of GeForce GTX 660 Ti graphics cards, including Superclocked, FTW, and 3GB models.
NVIDIA has rolled out the GeForce GTX 660 Ti, initiating add-in card manufacturers to launch their custom cards.
Tuesday, 14 Aug 2012
The Sparkle GT640 OC Dragon Cyclone features an exchangeable fan design where gamers can easily replace different cooling fan modules to suit their different needs.
Friday, 10 Aug 2012
The new NVIDIA Quadro mobile GPUs feature the Kepler architecture, and offer at least double the number of NVIDIA CUDA cores of previous generations. They are touted to deliver performance gains over their predecessors without additional power requirements.