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Graphics processing that only a couple of months ago required a powerhouse desktop, is now being demonstrated on a Logan equipped mobile device. The “Ira” demo below shows this.

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Wednesday, 24 July 2013 16:50

A New Beast from nVidia


In their new media release, Nvidia presented 12 GB Quadro K6000 graphics card as the fastest and best ever made for a professional graphics market, claiming that it delivers twice the performance compared to its predecessor, the Quadro 6000 BC. In the announcement, Nvidia says that video card has 12 gigabytes of the fastest and largest DDR5 graphic memory in the world.

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Wednesday, 19 June 2013 20:49

Time has come for GeForce GTX 760


During the next week, Nvidia will officially introduce another video card from GeForce 700 series. Now the time has come for GeForce GTX 760 (without Titanium labels), and the last unofficial information suggests somewhat different specifications than we previously expected.

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Wednesday, 19 June 2013 09:31

nVidia to License GPU Technology Out To Others


nVidia is best known as the maker of heavy duty GPUs although most know about their mobile product Tegra (and the components that go into it). Between these two items nVidia has a very good product portfolio. However, nVidia has not always been limited to GPUs and SoCs. At one time they also developed and manufactured their own Chipsets. These were required to utilize SLI (Scalable Link Interface) that has its roots from 3dfx which nVidia grabbed when they bought the latter. nVidia’s chipset business did not last that long due to a number of reasons and they were eventually forced to let it drop and instead license the right to use SLI out to other companies.

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In addition to the GeForce GTX 770, Nvidia has unveiled their line-up from the GTX series chips for laptops this week. Featured models are GeForce GTX 760M, 765M, 770m and 780m, all with support for GPU Boost 2.0 and with higher performance than the previous generation.

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Back at CES 2013 we had the chance to stop by the nVidia booth in the LVCC to take a look at nVidia’s Shield mobile gaming system. It was an interesting demo and the concept was… shall we say interesting. What we saw was a small devices that looked like an Xbox controller on steroids with a flip up screen. Inside was a new generation of nVidia’s Tegra running an optimized version of Android. The idea is that with this one product you can access gaming content from three sources; Google Play, Tegra Zone and even Steam in the future.

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In our second installment on wearable computing we will talk about why the timing is right for a new class of device and the steps that have been taking to bring them to the market. As we mentioned in part one we have been moving toward more portable yet functional forms of mobile computing. Along the way we go through a two distinct steps while these products get smaller. Step one is the companion or connected device and step two is the move to make these smaller product stand on their own.

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Friday, 10 May 2013 21:00

Nvidia above the expectations


For its first fiscal quarter, which ended on April 28 for the company,Nvidia reported a better-than-expected operating results. The total revenues of the company ere $954.7 million, a decline of 14% compared to the previous quarter, but an increase of 3.2% compared to $924.9 million company had achieved in the same period a year earlier.

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Wednesday, 08 May 2013 20:02

First pictures of Nvidia G700 series


There are a few leaked photos of Nvidia card from the upcoming GeForce 700 series.  Models on the pictures are GeForce GTX 780 and GTX 770, which are visually very similar to the recently introduced GeForce GTX Titan.

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Friday, 05 April 2013 20:43

Asus Titan breaks world records

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Asus likes to boast with speed records they achieve with their own computer components. The latest of them relates to the company's version of the monstrous GeForce GTX Titan, the most powerful graphics card with one GPU that money can currently buy.

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