Looks like the GTX 700 series journey will come to an abrupt stop after the launch of the mid-range GTX 760, scheduled for June 25th.
Well, what do you know, there’s someone in the technology business that actually listens to its customers and obliges when people complain about the pricing of certain devices – Nvidia. The Shield Android-based handheld game console will thus go on sale for just $299 instead of the initially announced $349 price.
The Surface experiment failed, there’s no question about it anymore, but what remains to be seen is whether Microsoft will look to ditch the tablet market early or give it a second try. At the moment, the latter seems more likely, as second-gen Surface slates are reportedly in the works.
We have the leaked specifications and benchmark scores of Nvidia’s upcoming mid-range GTX 760 graphics processing unit.
NVIDIA has announced that it will begin licensing its GPU core based on Kepler technology to strategically position itself in the illusive, yet lucrative smartphone/tablet market.
Microsoft has some work to do before launching its Xbox One, one of which entails the actual console itself. At this year’s E3, Microsoft was spotted using NVIDIA-based gaming rigs instead of the actual console to run various demos.
While Nvidia’s Tegra 4i powered devices won’t hit the market till Q1 2014, it hasn’t stopped Nvidia from promoting their new value oriented platform a couple of times in the past few weeks. Here’s a new one, an actual demo phone with a “Brand” branding on it.
MSI new gaming laptops @ Computex ft. 4th Gen Core i7, GT780M, high res 3K displays and triple-SSD RAID
At Computex, MSI showed off a plethora of upcoming gaming laptops with the latest 4th Generation Intel Core processors, Nvidia 7-series” Kepler” mobile graphics and speedy SSD RAID-0 storage. We go hands on with three of the best -
AMD chipsets are in all of the major next-gen consoles, what does this entail for developers and PC gamers?
MSI is teasing a Lightning infused edition of the recently launched Geforce GTX780 (aka mini-Titan, GK110).
ASUS expanded its Transformer line-up today by announcing the Transformer Pad Infinity and the unique new Transformer Pad Trio. ASUS Transformer Pad Infinity The Transformer Pad Infinity is a unique tablet. It holds the title for the world’s first product to be announced with Nvidia’s (troubled and massively delayed) Tegra 4 chipset. ASUS CEO Jerry
Jen-Hsung Huang’s company has launched yet another new series of GeForce branded GPUs. Say hello to their high end GTX 700M (M for Mobile) series of graphics cards designed for laptops and mobile platforms. Back in the beginning of April, Nvidia revamped their low-end mobile graphics line-up with 28 nm GK107 based models. Fast forward to
Hot on the heels of the GTX 780 (mini Titan) launch last week, the GTX 770 caters to a more value conscious crowd who are also looking for top notch performance at the same time. The Nvidia Geforce GTX 770 is the direct successor to the GTX 680 from last year. In fact, the similarities between
The Toshiba AT10LE-A could be the world's first ever tablet with a Tegra 4 processor inside. The thing has been in the rumor mill a couple of times before and has been spotted earlier today getting FCC certified.
Fresh reports expose the complete internal specifications for the upcoming nVidia GTX 780 and GTX 770 desktop graphics cards. Both the GTX 780 and GTX 770 are expected to launch later this month or at Computex.
NVIDIA had a solid first quarter of 2014, but can it sustain this level of growth?
ASUS proudly announced that the GeForce GTX Titan graphics card set four new 3DMark world records and got the title of the most powerful single-GPU card, currently available.
Italy’s newest and fastest supercomputer, nicknamed Eurora, set the world record this week for energy efficiency, maintaining 3150 megaflops per watt of performance.
Nvidia has announced Project SHIELD, a portable gaming console that can play Android games or stream games from the Steam library of Nvidia-powered PCs.
Sometimes in the next 18 months, Intel will power the world's most powerful supercomputer. Consisted out of approximately 100,000 Ivy Bridge-EP based Xeon E5's and 100,000 Xeon Phi boards (Knights Landing), the Chinese supercomputer should be the world's most powerful, reaching no less than 100 PFLOPS of compute power.