During the GTC 2012 opening keynote, NVIDIA announced two Tesla cards, K10 and the K20. While the K10 is effectively a 8GB Tesla-version of the GeForce GTX 690, the K20 brings the monster silicon – 7.1 billion transistors.
The plot thickens, as Nvidia and its partners have announced no less than three new budget GPUs in the 600-series, or have they? Judging by the specifications, we're in fact not looking at new GPUs here at all, but once again re-branded GPUs from yester year.
Recently, NVIDIA introduced its current king of the hill product in the form of two GK104 GPUs placed on the same board and called the part GeForce GTX 690. In the next couple of days, we will see the launch of GTX 670. We'll dig a bit deeper and see the consequences of recent strategy
Nvidia's upcoming GeForce GTX 670 is only days away from launching and VR-Zone has managed to scoop a couple of exclusive pictures of two of Asus' upcoming cards. The two models are the GeForce GTX 670 DirectCU II and DirectCU II TOP and although at first the two appear to be identical there are some
Last Thursday evening, the winners of the inaugural Palit Nvidia Counter-Strike Tournament, dreamcape and Momentum, were awarded nearly $7,000 worth of product prizes at a dinner event, in conjunction with the launch of Palit's GeForce GTX 680 Jetstream edition here in Singapore.
Overclocking expert k|ngp|n has been tinkering a lot with his EVGA GTX 680 SC card lately and recently reported his result of a whopping 1957MHz on the core using extreme cooling measures.
According to our sources, NVIDIA was delighted with the yields achieved by the 28nm GK104 (Kepler) chip, that they decided to launch not one, but two high-end SKUs before they start releasing value parts.
NVIDIA is looking to transform PC gaming by making the PC experience as hassle-free as possible.
Oh joy, Nvidia has gone and complicated its OEM graphics card line-up something terribly, as the company has announce three new GeForce 600-series models, yet there are no less than five new cards using three different GPUs. Talk about a slap in the face for consumers that buy branded computers, especially as three of the
Some interesting details about Nvidia's upcoming Tegra 3 products turned up in our inbox the other day and it looks like the company is planning on giving Tegra 3 yet another speed boost before its upcoming Wayne SoCs arrive. Speaking of which, the first handset implementation of Wayne should be known as AP40, but it
Nvidia aims to deliver the graphics power behind gaming consoles like Microsoft's Xbox 360 to mobile devices by the year 2014, which could mark a further shift to mobile gaming.
During the keynote speech at the Mentor Graphics User Conference, Sameer Halepete, Vice President of VLSI Engineering at NVIDIA Corporation, said that the industry has to move to 450mm wafers as soon as possible.
A cryptic picture that was posted on NVIDIA's GeForce Facebook page has since been said by a number of sources to be what most were hoping to be the case, a teaser for the next dual-GPU wielding bad boy in the GeForce GTX 690.
An inevitable day has come as a part of the whole out with the old, in with the new regime as NVIDIA cease production of their previous generation top dog single GPU offering, the well regarded GeForce GTX 580.
It's no secret that the GK104 originally started its life as a mainstream i.e. performance SKU, but not the high-end kind. Chip originally designated for GeForce GTX 670 Ti will get that name, albeit in a cut down shape.
If you're itchin' to hook up your almighty GEFORCE GTX 680 (or two) to your existing waterloop, Koolance now has a decent looking block for you to consider. The company has just released its VID-NX680 water block to suit NVIDIA's current flagship card.
In the discussions surrounding the launch of NVIDIA Kepler (GK104 – GTX 680 and GK107 – GT 640M) architecture, we learned a lot of interesting details from NVIDIA engineers and marketing staff. Interested in GPGPU in a smartphone?
Dawn, NVIDIA's beloved fairy who first made her appearance in a tech demo almost a decade ago will soon be making her return to coincide with Kepler. Dubbed "New Dawn", this will be the official tech demo for Kepler and is said to be more or less a retake of the original, only with the
Nvidia's first 'Kepler' generation GPU, the GK104-based GeForce GTX 680, is finally out officially. The benchmarks show high game performance, but is – compared to the old 'Fermi' at least – GPU compute performance pushed aside here?
There's no doubt that Nvidia's GeForce GTX 680 has proven itself to be a serious performance contender and although we don't know what Nvidia is planning below the GTX 680, the company did also announce its range of mobile GPU's alongside it. The GeForce 600M series will at least initially consist of 10 new GPU's,