News tagged ‘nvidia’
Tuesday, 18 Jun 2013
In addition to partnering a research team at Stanford University to create the world's largest artificial neural network, NVIDIA has also announced the public availability of the latest version the NVIDIA CUDA parallel computing platform and programming model, which for the first time delivers support for ARM-based platforms.
NVIDIA today announced that it has collaborated with a research team at Stanford University to create the world's largest artificial neural network built to model how the human brain learns. The network is 6.5 times bigger than the previous record-setting network developed by Google in 2012.
Sunday, 16 Jun 2013
According to leaked photos, Xbox One games at E3 could actually be running on a Windows 7 systems with NVIDIA's new GeForce GTX 700 series graphics.
Friday, 14 Jun 2013
Featuring an anodized aluminum shell and magnesium alloy body inspired by jet engines and stealth bombers, the Alienware 14, Alienware 17, and Alienware 18 power on the Intel fourth gen (Haswell) i7 processors with NVIDIA GeForce 700 Series graphics.
Wednesday, 5 Jun 2013
Gigabyte has just debuted at Computex 2013 the GeForce GTX Titan WindForce 3X OC, which is to our knowledge, the first GeForce GTX Titan graphics card with a custom cooler.
Tuesday, 4 Jun 2013
NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang personally demonstrated how the imaging processing capabilities of the Tegra 4 processor can be used to improve stylus input on Android tablets.
Friday, 31 May 2013
NVIDIA has just introduced the top-range GeForce GTX 700m gaming notebook GPUs that enable current gaming notebooks to be thinner and faster than before.
NVIDIA has just announced its new GeForce GTX 770 GPU and its add-in board partners have wasted no time in getting their own takes on the new GPU out in the market.
Monday, 27 May 2013
NVIDIA has just announced its new GeForce GTX 780 GPU and its add-in board partners have wasted no time in getting their own takes on the new GPU out in the market.
Wednesday, 22 May 2013
Hot on the heels of Microsoft's announcement regarding their next generation gaming console, the Xbox One, NVIDIA has announced that the product will support their popular NVIDIA PhysX and NVIDIA APEX software development kits.