- News tagged "gpu"
Friday, 17 Dec 2010
More than 200 new products will feature NVIDIA GeForce GPUs with Sandy Bridge CPUs next year.
Wednesday, 15 Dec 2010
AMD launches its latest GPU, providing gamers with an enhanced second-generation, Microsoft DirectX 11-capable architecture. It includes advanced image quality features ensuring a breakthrough performance. Also, the AMD PowerTune dynamically adjusts power draw.
Wednesday, 28 Jul 2010
NVIDIA unveils the NVIDIA 3D Vision Pro, a new 3D stereoscopic solution to aid professionals who work with complex 3D designs to see their work in greater detail. Designed for the new Quadro powered desktop and mobile workstations, the 3D Vision Pro kit includes a pair of 3D Vision Pro active-shutter glasses and RF emitter.
NVIDIA releases Application Acceleration Engines (AXE) optimized for their new Quadro GPUs. Designed for the professional software development community, the latest versions include the NVIDIA SceniX 6, NVIDIA Cg Tooklit 3, and NVIDIA OptiX 2.
NVIDIA adds a new range of Fermi-based GPUs to their professional Quadro lineup. The new GPUs include the NVIDIA Quadro Plex 7000 array, Quadro 6000, Quadro 5000 and Quadro 4000. They'll feature the new NVIDIA Scalable Geometry Engines which leverages on NVIDIA's Application Acceleration Engines (AXE) to handle a range of CAD, DCC and visualization applications.
Friday, 25 Jun 2010
Much to NVIDIA's displeasure, Intel has presented a paper stating that NVIDIA GPUs are not as quick as NVIDIA claims.
Wednesday, 2 Jun 2010
AMD Fusion technology preview offers a glimpse into a sleeker, cooler, more vivid future for the computing experience, putting the CPU and GPU on a single chip.
Wednesday, 5 May 2010
For those of you who are interested in achieving top performance from GPUs in diverse applications using Monte Carlo simulations can now obtain an updated version of the NAG numeric routines from the Numerical Algorithms Group.
Monday, 1 Mar 2010
Be prepared for more expensive graphics cards as the industry tries to cope with a severe shortage of chips.