Fudzilla reports that Nvidia will demonstrate its next-gen DX11 GPU, known as GT300, Fermi and/or GF100, at a keynote event today. Nvidia have been very silent about its next-gen products thus far, many having doubted the existence of such a product. Finally, after long last, CEO Jen-Hsun Huang will demonstrate and speak about their next-gen
Galaxy unveils the world’s first single slot GeForce GTX260+ graphics card – Galaxy GeForce GTX 260+ Razor Edition. It is using a in-house designed cooler that utilizes a technology called “Vapor Chamber”. At only 14mm thick, Galaxy GeForce GTX 260+ Razor Edition is the slimmest GeForce GTX 260+ in the world. The card features a 576 MHz
Rys over at Beyond3D has not leaked outright, but teased, a blurred architecture diagram of what appears to be Nvidia’s next-gen GPU. Interestingly, the codename is GF100, which is the third codename we have heard following the popular GT300 and the recently revealed Fermi. We are not sure which of them is the most appropriate,
To say that Nvidia has been tight-lipped over its GT300 would be an understatement – uncharacteristic for a company which hasn’t been able to keep a secret since the phenomenal G80. Following some details we revealed, including the 384-bit memory interface and a P2xxxx target, Fudzilla has scored some more information about the elusive GT300.
VR-Zone has put together a list of all the upcoming graphics cards that are going to be released by the AMD and NVIDIA in the next few months. Following the launch of the ATI Radeon HD 5800 series (Cypress) on 23rd September, AMD is planning for the next important launch in mid October, the Radeon HD 5700
Following several (often contradictory) rumours about the GT300, some claiming sub-10% yields, Fudzilla have been informed by an unnamed Senior Manager at Nvidia that such rumours are “baseless” and “Our 40nm yields are fine”. What is interesting, though, is that the Senior Manager talks about 40nm in general (which could easily mean the GT21x shrinks),
Shane Baxtor of Tweaktown likes AMD GPU launches for one reason – Nvidia comes up with several questions about AMD’s products on launch. This time, Mr. Baxtor forwarded the same questions to Chris Hook, AMD Global Communications. Nvidia questions the relevance of DX11 and lack of titles that use Havok physics – questions that consumers
The new ZOTAC GeForce® GTX 285: Batman Edition is a limited production graphics card with only 900 units available worldwide and featuring a Batman sticker and a coupon for a full copy of Batman: Arkham Asylum™, redeemable online at NVIDIA®’s nZone.
Nvidia’s Sr. Vice President, Investor Relations, Mike Hara, has played down the significance of DirectX 11 at the Deutsche Bank Securities Technology Conference. Instead, Mr. Hard insists technologies like CUDA, PhysX and Stereo 3D Vision are the future. “DirectX 11 by itself is not going be the defining reason to buy a new GPU. It
Now that we have a good idea on HD 5870′s performance, Fudzilla reports that its sources have great confidence that GT300 will end up faster than the HD 5870. Judging by the “absolute confidence”, it might end up quite a bit faster too. The GT300 will also have a dual GPU version, which will outperform
AMD GPG (ATI) and Nvidia are hard at work with their 40nm DX11 products, and consumers can expect a flurry of DX11 products across multiple segments all the way till 2010. Of course, most of these dates are purely based on speculation and rumours. On the ATI side, we have the entire Evergreen family –
Digitimes reports that ATI’s Cypress HD 5800 products will be released in late September, mass shipping in October. Nvidia’s GT300 is expected to be sampled in late September, with retail availability December at the earliest. More details next page.
Mr. Demerjian, perhaps Nvidia’s harshest critic, reports that Nvidia is going to continue their notorious policy of rebranding GPUs between generations, yet again. While the GT300 products are on schedule for a Q4 ’09 launch and previews in September, the announced derivatives are nowhere to be seen. On the other hand, if all goes according
Not content with all the buzz surrounding ATI’s Evergreen cards, nVidia will be sending out samples for their next-generation DX11 cards in late September. More details next page.
Mr. Jen-Hsung Huang, CEO – Nvidia, is back with one of his boldest statements – the CPU is set to grow 3x in performance by 2015, whereas the combination of CPU-GPU will increase a dizzying 570x in processing power. More details next page.
NVIDIA’s upcoming GeForce G 210 and GT 220 40nm GPUs seem to be on-track for a smooth launch with images of NVIDIA reference design cards appearing on the web. Featuring half-height low-profile PCBs and single slot coolers, it does say a bit about its thermal and power properties.
We check out low-profile incarnations of the GeForce 9500GT and 9600GT from Albatron and Galaxy… how do they fare compared to their full-sized brethren?
In mid June, Nvidia launched the GeForce 200M notebook GPUs; GTS 260M, GTS 250M, GT 240M, GT 230M and G210M based on 40nm GT21x architecture with DX10.1 support. However, we won’t be seeing any decent quantities till only after August when the mass production starts at TSMC. So what about the desktop segment? Find out more next
Two new drivers surfaced, Nvidia Forceware 190.15 and Nvidia Forceware 186.18. We did our usual tests to find out if there is any improvement in the performance of GTX 280.
Nvidia has announced their refreshed architecture – Geforce 200M will get 40nm core and it will support DirectX 10.1 unlike the first gen Geforce 200M that was based on the G92 core. Read on to find out more