Coming on October 25th
We've now had a chance to check out the first picture of Asus' GTX 1050 Ti Expedition graphics card, leaked ahead of the rumored October 25th launch for both Nvidia's upcoming GP107-based graphics cards, the GTX 1050 Ti and the GTX 1050.
Kitchen sink beating N-Sync
Monitors supporting AMD’s FreeSync adaptive sync tech are cleaning Nvidia’s G-Sync clock.
Jen-Hsun makes the grade
A report in the Harvard Business Review lists the top 100 performers and CEOs in the world and Jen-Hsun Huang of Nvidia has made number six in the list, way ahead of most of the rest of the pack.
Optimal experience for three new games
Following the upcoming release of Gears of War 4 and the release of a Mafia 3 game, Nvidia has launched its newest Geforce 373.06 WHQL Game Ready drivers that brought optimal optimizations for these new games as well as a couple of other fixes.
Polaris could shift market away from Nvidia
Former organisers of the pony express turned market analysts, Wells Fargo, have given AMD’s new range of graphics chips the thumbs up.
Small GP107 GPU rumored to be made by Samsung
After the performance leak, it was only a matter of time before someone took a picture of either the GTX 1050 or GTX 1050 Ti. Earlier this week, a set GTX 1050 Ti PCB pictures revealed a smaller GP107 GPU, which also added fuel to recent rumors that it might be the first GPU made on Samsung's 14nm manufacturing process.
Changing car design
Nvidia showed us an awesome demo of a completely rendered Nissan car with 100s of thousand parts in VR that meant we could see inside the car. It was possible to see millions of details inside the car, even before it is manufactured. This could well change the way cars are designed in the future.
Fudzilla’s historical research team came across a fun fact about one of the leading GPU companies over the weekend which is an oldie but a goodie.
It will leave connectivity to others
Jensen sparked our imagination by mentioning that a self-driving car will have a SoC or a small computer inside a car that will essentially talk with the cloud, and share the information with the system.
At least five are deployed in Europe
We've had confirmation that at least five super expensive, 170 TeraFlops servers with eight P100 cards, each having a 16GB HBM 2, two Xeon processors, 512 GB RAM memory have been reaching its customers.