News tagged ‘kepler’
Monday, 1 Apr 2013
NVIDIA has just announced its GeForce GT 700M-class of mobile GPUs based on its critically acclaimed Kepler architecture.
Wednesday, 27 Mar 2013
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 650 Ti Boost has been launched, spawning add-in card manufacturers to churn out their respective cards. Read on for a quick gist of the cards released by these partners.
Thursday, 24 Jan 2013
NVIDIA is rumored to be launching a GK110-based graphics card called GeForce Titan. This new card will be named Titan and is positioned squarely between incumbent high-end consumer graphics cards based on the GeForce GTX 680 and the dual-GPU GeForce GTX 690.
Friday, 9 Nov 2012
NVIDIA has reported record revenue for the third quarter of fiscal year 2013 thanks to the dual success of Kepler and Tegra.
Tuesday, 7 Aug 2012
NVIDIA announces the launch of its 2nd generation workstation platform, NVIDIA Maximus. By introducing aspects of the Kepler architecture to the existing technology in the form of the new Tesla K20 GPU, as well as the new Quadro K5000, the company promises to deliver even better performances.
Thursday, 5 Jul 2012
There is a currently a shortage of iMacs in the US, thus prompting speculations of an imminent component refresh. Apple is also expected to make the switch from AMD GPUs to NVIDIA's new Kepler GPUs, as with their notebooks.
Wednesday, 6 Jun 2012
You might not be familiar with the name "Colorful", but they have two of the most out of this world custom GeForce GTX 680 graphics cards that borders on being completely ridiculous.
Tuesday, 15 May 2012
With WWDC just weeks away, numerous sources are reporting that Apple's newest MacBook Pros will use NVIDIA graphics and feature Apple's Retina Display.
Thursday, 29 Mar 2012
Hot on the heels of the recent launch of NVIDIA GeForce GTX 680 GPU, EVGA announces the arrival of EVGA GeForce GTX 680 Superclocked graphics cards series. Read on to find out more these exciting new cards from EVGA!
The elusive GK110 could well be the real flagship of the Kepler architecture, and to further confirm it exists, NVIDIA's upcoming GTC event line-up lists the Kepler as a 7-billion transistor GPU. But this monster GPU could be relegated to the server space for some time to come.