02/18/2014, Now that the NVIDIA Maxwell GPU is available to NVIDIA’s add-in card and OEMs partners, you are going to see a steady stream of card designs and PC designs based on these two models. Both cards will basically replace the current GeForce 650 Ti and will allow NVIDIA’s partners to have a slightly more granular pricing. As you may have guessed, the GeForce GTX 750 Ti is the faster version […]
10/18/2013, It has been said that the GeForce Experience has managed to earn its stripes by being effective tool for gamers, as it makes short work of downloading drivers, offering the recommended optimal settings for leading titles, and being specially tailored to the system specifications of each user’s system. Well, when this October 28th arrives, NVIDIA will roll out GeForce Experience 1.7 on GeForce.com, and within that will also see the […]
05/30/2013, Just ahead of Computex, E3 and Intel’s launch of its 4th generation of processors, NVIDIA has announced its GTX 700M family of graphics processors (GPUs) for laptops. This is a performance-oriented refresh that hits on nearly all important elements: core frequency, number of sub-processors memory and sometime, memory bandwidth. Individually, each element has been improved by 10%-20% but combined, they could represent an aggregate performance boost of 25% to %30 […]
03/19/2013, Earlier today, we saw NVIDIA present Volta, it’s next-generation GPU architecture that is designed to increase performance by addressing one of the “eternal” problems linked to GPUs more than any other processor type: memory bandwidth. Volta is going to use RAM that is layered on top of the GPU silicon to reduce energy consumption and latency during memory accesses. With this, NVIDIA says that it will be able to push […]
12/06/2012, NVIDIA has released its GeForce Experience application to 10,000 early users. Some of you may recall that back in April, NVIDIA revealed this application that optimizes PC games graphics (and physics) settings to increase image quality, performance – or both. GeForce experience also checks for the latest drivers, which are often critical for performance. The idea came from data that NVIDIA gathered: 80% of PC gamers just use the games’ […]
06/06/2012, If you have been interested by GPUs for a while, you have probably seen the original Dawn demo which was launched to show what the GeForce 5 Series, code-named NV30, was capable of. Although that chip was arguably not NVIDIA’s finest, the Dawn demo did make an impression and reached cult status in some circles. That was in 2002. 10 years after, NVIDIA comes back with an updated edition that is powered […]
06/04/2012, At Computex (Taiwan), NVIDIA has just announced its GeForce GTX 680M, a high-end discrete graphics processor (GPU) for gaming laptops. The GTX 680M is based on NVIDIA’s latest “Kepler” architecture, which is much faster and power-efficient than previous generations. While they are very nice on a desktop machine, those attributes can be obviously extremely handy on a laptop. To get the specifications out of the way, the GeForce GTX 680M […]
05/01/2012, The video featuring the launch of the GeForce GTX 690 by NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang is now available. If you want to see the co-founder of NVIDIA present the company’s latest graphics card, which is powered by over 3000 computing cores, spread over two GPUs built with the “Kepler” architecture. He goes over the card design which has been created to cool down 300W (“three light bulbs…”) worth of […]
04/29/2012, After teasing us for most of last week, NVIDIA has finally launched its GeForce GTX 690, a graphics card powered by two GPUs based on the “Kepler” architecture. The new card was announced at an odd hour in the USA, but that’s because Jen-Hsun Huang (NVIDIA’s CEO) presented it in Shanghai, China. Now, you finally get to see the card in all its glory, and NVIDIA is rather proud of […]
03/22/2012, NVIDIA has officially introduced the GeForce GTX 680, its latest high-end GPU based on the architecture codenamed “Kepler”. This is quite an upgrade as it adds three times as many “CUDA cores” (the basic computing blocks) when compared to the GeForce GTX 580, and at the same time, NVIDIA introduces a radical change in the way the clocking of the chip works. By using one single clock domain, which means […]
03/14/2012, As a GPU enthusiast, you are probably waiting for the release of the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 680, which is based on a new architecture codenamed Kepler. Although it has already received its fair share of leaks, a real-life photo of it has appeared on a Chinese website, along with a Powerpoint slide, reportedly from NVIDIA, that confirms or details much coveted specifications which are fairly impressive on paper: the number […]
12/02/2011, If you’re looking for a somewhat affordable gaming system, iBuyPower may have the solution for you in the form of their new Gamer Paladin HS11, a gaming rig that the company is touting as a “solid entry level rig at a great value” which you can judge for yourself based on the specs below.
10/28/2011, For those in the market for a new gaming laptop, MSI has just unveiled their newest and latest gaming laptop, the GT780DX, which they’re calling “the ultimate weapon in battle”, and if the idea of owning your friends and anonymous strangers online with the “ultimate weapon in battle” excites you, read on for its specs and features.
10/05/2011, Yesterday we reported on the Samsung Series 7 All-In-One desktop, and it looks like these all-in-one setups are starting to become more popular, as Dell has replaced one of their higher end all-in-one computers with the Inspiron One 2320.