- News tagged "gpu"
Thursday, 20 Aug 2015
NVIDIA has announced the GeForce GTX 950, an affordable card that intends to appeal to MOBA gamers with a combination of high-quality graphics, high frame rates, and low latencies.
Tuesday, 18 Aug 2015
Arctic has announced the Accelero Hybrid III-140, a hybrid cooler with different VRM heatsinks for individual cards. An 80mm PWM fan provides dedicated cooling to the VRM components.
Tuesday, 4 Aug 2015
Gigabyte has released a new version of the GeForce GTX 970, the GeForce GTX 970 Twin Turbo 4GB. The card utilizes a modified blower-style cooler that draws air in from both sides and is suited for use in SLI configurations because it vents heat out the back of the card.
Wednesday, 15 Jul 2015
PowerColor has announced the R9 Fury custom card. The card is cooled by a triple-fan cooler that extends beyond the compact PCB.
Tuesday, 14 Jul 2015
EVGA has released teaser images of its upcoming GeForce GTX 980 Ti Kingpin. The card is targeted at overclockers, with dual 8-pin and one 6-pin connector and a copper heatsink.
Monday, 13 Jul 2015
Sapphire has announced the Tri-X Radeon R9 Fury, a custom card that comes decked out in its triple-fan Tri-X cooler and a thick aluminium backplate.
Wednesday, 17 Jun 2015
AMD has taken the wraps off five new cards in its Radeon R7 and R9 300 series line-up. The new cards comprise a versatile offering in terms of price and performance that should meet the demands of gamers with varying budgets and expectations.
Friday, 22 May 2015
AMD has released details of its next-generation High Bandwidth Memory (HBM) architecture, which is slated to make an appearance on its upcoming generation of graphics cards.
Tuesday, 14 Apr 2015
ASUS has unveiled its 20th anniversary gold edition GTX 980 graphics card. Find out if all that glitters is truly gold!
Thursday, 19 Mar 2015
You've probably seen compute intensive servers that boast eight GPUs, but One Stop Systems is the first to cram 16 accelerator boards in a 3U rack form factor. We say "accelerator boards" because this rack can accept boards from AMD, Intel and NVIDIA - either exclusively or even in a mixed array! This is the HDCA.