GPU

March 19th, 2013

GTC 2013: NVIDIA’s Next-Gen Tegra will Break Moore’s Law

At the GPU Technology Conference today in San Jose, NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang two new versions of its Tegra mobile GPU and claimed that the fifth-generation of the chip would effectively break Moore’s Law. On stage Mr. Huang said that the next refresh of Tegra, codenamed Logan, will be released in late 2013. Logan will [...]

July 8th, 2009

Thermaltake ISGC V320 – The Latest Heavy Hitter In GPU Cooling

Graphics cooling has become essential to the modern PC user. Looking to keep the cool on the latest video cards; Thermaltake announces their new heavyweight ISGC V320 solution. At first glance we see that Thermatake has included their ISGC fans in this new design. This is a promising step in quieter computing as this fan [...]

June 3rd, 2009

AMD Demonstrates World’s First DirectX 11 Graphics Processor

AMD made waves today at a press conference during Computex in Taiwan today, where they unvieled to the public, a working demonstration of first DirectX11 GPU and the improvementsit  promises by the end of the year.  The fusion of AMD’s new ground-breaking graphics processors with the forthcoming DirectX 11 programming interface is set to forever [...]

June 1st, 2009

(PR) AMD Triples the Performance of ATI Embedded Graphics Chips with Radeon E4690

AMD announced the ATI Radeon E4690 graphics processor unit (GPU) designed to enable a whole level of new reality for embedded graphics applications with more than triple1 the 3D graphics performance of prior AMD embedded products. Arcade system manufacturers will appreciate the long term support and lower cost of placing the GPU chip directly on the motherboard instead of [...]

May 28th, 2009

ASUS Developing a Beast – Dual GTX 285 4GB GPU

ASUS has put out some very unique and interesting renditions of their products over the past few years, most recently we saw the 4890 TOP with “Super ML Capacitor” which boasted extreme overclocking, and now they are at it again. The lads from techPowerUp have the skinny on the development of a truly monstorous ASUS [...]