NVIDIA today announced the availablity of its beta video card drivers which sees the version number change from 310.54 to 310.64 beta and said the update is aimed at improving the framerates by up to 38%.
The United States has sealed its claim to the top spot for supercomputing thanks to its latest rig built by Cray at the Orak Ridge National Laboratory, utilising AMD processors and Nvidia graphics cards to make it the fastest and most powerful computational machine in the world.
AMD is finally becoming more aggressive in their bid to win the lucrative HPC share, which is set to explode with this week's SC'12 supercomputing conference in Salt Lake City, Utah.
The Geforce GTX 650 Ti is based on the GK106 die used in the GTX 660 but with some organs removed. Is it still enough to take you on the DirectX 11 virtual battlefield?
Project White Co. Ltd. has added a few new models for their line-up of G-Gear gaming desktop PC models that are optimized for TERA Online gaming.
Recently, a new controversy appeared in the high emotional world of performance graphics cards. EVGA has just announced that they will no longer support EVBot overvoltage tool for their highest end cards. We dug up and found the reason why – to meet the Green Light program. We investigate the origins of the program and
We have proven previously that, clock for clock at least, AMD's Tahiti from the Southern Islands family remains the fastest and most forward looking GPU over the competition's Kepler GK104. Ten months on from the initial launch, the Republic of Gamers division at ASUS have come up with a custom triple slot, supercharged version of
Not to be confused with our earlier review of the GTX 660 Ti, this is the slower Nvidia GTX 660 based on the less exciting Kepler GK106 die. Is it still any good, especially in the face of the aggressively priced AMD "Pitcairn" HD 7800 series?
There's no doubt that GPGPU or GPU Computing is becoming a big business. After speaking with sources close to the company, we learned that NVIDIA scored a great deal with Amazon for its Amazon Web Services (AWS).
Every other review site today will be harping on, and rightfully so. about how AMD's Trinity Radeon cores crushes the competition's HD2500/4000 in gaming graphics performance at a budget Core i3-ish price point. We at VR-Zone reckon that the average Trinity A-series APU buyer probably still has some aspirations in life, and a desire to play
Palit's GTX 660 Ti Jetstream offering is nearly identical to their custom GTX 670 that we've featured here not too long ago, equipped with an oversized but effective cooler, slight factory overclock and a competitive price tag. Can you really ask for more?
GlobalFoundries delivered a 1-2 punch today, announcing the 14nm process for 2014. The semiconductor maker plans to manufacture chips in 14nm node named "eXtreme Mobility", offering FinFET three-dimensional transistors and Fully Depleted SOI to boot.
Recently we witnessed an alleged leak for the first member of the Sea Islands Family, which is scheduled to appear in the first quarter of 2013. We dug deeper and discovered codenames for GPUs coming in the next couple of years.
Intel is showcasing a plethora of existing and upcoming technologies at their latest iteration of the annual IDF San Francisco conference. First up is confirmation of a 4K display driver update to the integrated GPU HD 2500/4000 of Ivy Bridge processors.
You've seen the Net coverage of AMD Mark Papermaster's Hot Chips Steamroller micro-architecture unveiling. Looks like what Bulldozer should have been in the first place a year ago, but some stuff is still missing to compete better against Intel…
Recently, there were a lot of rumors that AMD reorganized its roadmap and that some late 2012 and regular 2013 parts were cancelled. Before going any forward, we can now say that some of those rumors are true.
Couple of weeks ago at the Siggraph 2012 conference held in Los Angeles, both AMD and NVIDIA introduced the next generation of its professional graphics cards based on 2012 graphics processors. Both companies picked up different approach, hoping to yield the best results. In this article, we explain what you can expect on the workstation
Originally, Kepler GPU architecture was scheduled to debut in 2011, with the successor codenamed Maxwell coming in 2013. We were not surprised to hear that Maxwell, tied to a 20nm process node – is getting delayed as well.
We pit ASUS's non-reference DirectCU II TOP variant of the GTX 660Ti (with the latest 305.68 drivers) against its direct competitor AMD Radeon HD 7950 with Boost (Catalyst 12.8), on modern games like Battlefield 3, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive and the wildly popular Sleeping Dogs!
Even though AMD remained silent on the availability of New Zealand, the final member of the Southern Islands GPU family, the partners are slowly beginning to launch products on their own. The first out the door is PowerColor, with their Devil13 Limited Edition card.