NVIDIA is preparing yet another GTX 560 – this time a salvaged GF114 based graphics card to be branded GeForce GTX 560 SE.
According to Digitimes' sources among AIBs, AMD is set to release their next Southern Islands GPUs – Radeon HD 7870 and HD 7850 – in the first half of March. NVIDIA will respond to HD 7000 series with GTX 600 series, starting in April.
NVIDIA has reported results for financial results for Q4 FY 2012, and full FY 2012 ended Jan 29th 2012. Revenues for FY 2012 stood at $4 billion, with Q4 at $953 million.
From the looks of it, Friday February 17, 2012 will be the first time NVIDIA demonstrates its upcoming Kepler GPU architecture in public.
German website 3D Center has compiled what are allegedly the tentative specifications for NVIDIA's upcoming GK104 GPU.
We have received word from 111-year old investment group Sterne Agee that their analysts are removing NVIDIA from their "Catalyst Driven Idea List", claiming lack of innovation until second half of 2012.
After everything settled with Rambus getting their key patents invalidated and losing 60% of market value in a single day, NVIDIA finally decided to sit down with Rambus and iron things out about the new, favorable agreement for the company.
Manufacturing for NVIDIA's next-gen Kepler GPUs is in full swing and the first Kepler parts have begun shipping to notebook manufacturers. The first Kepler powered notebooks will hit retail in April, alongside Intel's Ivy Bridge processors.
Imagination Technologies is not resting on its laurels after becoming a leader in the handheld and tablet business. The company is preparing its return to the world of discrete GPU cards, this time around with a GPGPU product.
LucidLogix made a technological breakthrough when introducing its first generation multi-GPU accomodating Hydra Engine to the world around 2 years ago now, which at the time by concept alone had people shouting out "Bravo!" thanks to the ability to mix up brands and models of graphics cards between the two major players, AMD and NVIDIA.
NVIDIA is preparing to release it's Kepler family of GPUs in Q2 2012, with GK104 being a crucial part of the family. GK104 will be the performance product, succeeding GF114 and GTX 560 in its various variants, and likely branded as GeForce GTX 660.
During CES 2012, we met with Patrick Zulli, elaborate French who is the co-founder and CTO of PowerQuest LLC, the creator of CompuCold phase-change system.
A rumour from Chinese forums Chiphell suggests that NVIDIA has pulled in the release of GeForce GTX 680 from the original plan of March/April to as early as late February.
While CES 2012 showed a clear focus on Tegra 3, with all the automotive, tablet and several smartphone launches, the company did not discuss Kepler. But, it was for a reason.
Nvidia will use THine Electronics' low-power LVDS transmitters on the Tegra 3 platform, making the processor an even better fit for power-hungry mobile devices.
New GPUs will have even wider and faster memory buses than their predecessors, with AMD moving to 384 bits from 256 bits, and Nvidia hopping even further, to 512 bits, in their high end SKUs. But is it more beneficial in the usual graphics tasks, or for the future vector FP math jobs in GPGPU
Not long after the rumour mill at 3DCenter came up with specifications and details for AMD's Tahiti, they have now moved onto NVIDIA's first next-gen 28nm chip – rumoured to be GK104. Succeeding GF114 and the GeForce GTX 560 cards (except the 448 Core version), GK104 is rumoured to release in Q1 2012 with a
In a conversation with Fudzilla, a Senior Product PR Manager confirmed that NVIDIA's next-gen 28nm Kepler GPUs were on track, and samples were in house. However, there was no specific information as to a timeline of "on track".
There is a lot of virtual ink spilled over the upcoming NVIDIA CPU architecture which company calls "Project Denver". Not a lot is known though, on when the design is expected to debut.
AMD and NVIDIA have both introduced their first next-gen products – mainstream GPUs for the Radeon HD 7000M and GeForce 600M. However, they are next-gen only in branding – they continue to be 40nm GPUs based on HD 6000M and GeForce 500M, with the true next-gen reserved for higher end products.