- News tagged "gpu"
Tuesday, 13 Sep 2016
Baidu and NVIDIA have announced that they will team up to develop an artificial intelligence platform for self-driving cars.
Tuesday, 16 Aug 2016
Just a few months ago, NVIDIA released its first GPUs to be based on its all-new Pascal architecture. And now, NVIDIA is bringing its Pascal architecture to gaming notebooks by announcing the new GTX 10-series mobile GPUs.
Monday, 20 Jun 2016
NVIDIA has announced Tesla P100 and claims it’s the most advanced GPU for PCIe-based servers. Based on the Pascal GPU architecture, the new GPU is targeted at deep learning applications, as well as for mixed applications hosted at data centers.
Monday, 6 Jun 2016
There are rumors that point to the intention of NVIDIA to do away with mobile graphics chipset of its recently launched GeForce GTX 1080 and 1070 GPUs.
Wednesday, 1 Jun 2016
AMD took the wraps off its latest graphics card based on the new Polaris architecture. Marketed as the Radeon RX 480, the card will start at a price tag of just US$199. Is that enough to grab market share off its competitor?
MSI has yet another card in their GTX 1080 line-up which comes with an even higher overclocked speed. Known as the MSI GeForce GTX 1080 Gaming Z 8G, the card resembles the recently announced Gaming X edition but with a few other tweaks.
Tuesday, 31 May 2016
Need an external GPU enclosure to boost your laptop’s or mini-PC’s graphics performance? The Devil Box plays nice with a variety of GPUs and systems.
Tuesday, 19 Apr 2016
According to rumors, NVIDIA is halting production of certain Maxwell chips in order to clear its existing inventory and make way for the upcoming Pascal launch, which could take place within the next couple of months.
Monday, 11 Apr 2016
Ever wondered how much smaller an HBM die really is? SK Hynix had some helpful displays at GTC this year.
Wednesday, 6 Apr 2016
Just unveiled at the 2016 GPU Technology Conference is the most advanced compute accelerator ever. With 15.3-billion transistors in the new 16nm FinFET GPU die, 16GB of HBM2 memory and 10.6 teraflops of F32 (single precision) performance, this is the Tesla P100 strong-scale HPC GPU.