- News tagged "graphics"
Tuesday, 18 Oct 2011
Like a little pre-Christmas surprise, AMD's first 28nm GPUs may be launched this December. The exact details are not known, but the launch is believed to be symbolic in nature.
Wednesday, 24 Aug 2011
JPR reported that discrete GPU shipments is down 15.2% on a quarter-to-quarter comparison for this year and Nvidia still leads the pack.
Monday, 8 Aug 2011
NVIDIA clarified a previous announcement made by NVIDIA co-founder Chris Malachowksky regarding availability of its next-gen GPU codenamed Kepler. The company stated it will not ship these GPUs in 2011 and the final products will only be available in 2012.
Friday, 5 Aug 2011
Jon Peddie Research (JPR) announced for the 2nd Quarter of 2011, Intel's market share of graphic shipment increased about 20% quarter-to-quarter. AMD also gained market share and NVDIA lost share, vis-a-vis Intel's performance.
Wednesday, 4 May 2011
The latest numbers from Jon Peddie Research shows that NVIDIA's shipping volumes are down a whopping 28 percent from a year ago.
Thursday, 23 Sep 2010
The ZOTAC GeForce GTX 460 3DP enables multi-monitor computing with up to four simultaneous displays from a single graphics card for enhanced productivity, gaming and multimedia.
Friday, 30 Jul 2010
It should come as no surprise for anyone who's following the graphics market, but AMD/ATI shipped more graphics processors than rival NVIDIA last quarter.
Wednesday, 23 Jun 2010
In partnership with Razer, ZOTAC introduces the GeForce GTX 480 AMP! Edition bundled with Razer's DeathAdder gaming mouse. The GTX 480 AMP! Edition features an enhanced cooling system designed to deliver superior cooling benefits while delivering class-leading overclocks with reduced noise levels.
Wednesday, 16 Jun 2010
NVIDIA's release 256 drivers, which have been available as a beta, are now official after getting certified by Microsoft.
Tuesday, 8 Jun 2010
Following Portal's less than impressive start on the Mac OS X platform, it's now the turn of Half Life 2 Episode 2 to get benchmarked and reviewed by AnandTech.