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Thursday, 23 September 2010 21:40

Nvidia working on wireless display technology

Written by Fuad Abazovic


GTC 2010: It won’t be Intel only
Nvidia has confirmed that they are playing with wireless display technology and that they will be happy to see it happening.

For Nvidia's GPUs that already communicate with the chipset via the PCIe notebook slot, it would be the same to talk to wireless and send the frame buffer somewhere else, so this can give you a good idea that Nvidia will end up having its own version of wireless display.

You can see a good use of this for notebooks and netbooks powered with Nvidia GPUs and it would be cool to see this with tablets, but we can only confirm that this should work on some future Geforce based notebooks.

We don’t have a date on this but it is something that should be possible next year. We believe it will come with Nvidia Sandy Bridge notebooks, but most of them will have Sandy bridge wireless already. Let’s see if Nvidia can make a better one.
Last modified on Thursday, 23 September 2010 21:48
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+20 #1 nt300 2010-09-23 22:22
Oh boy more radio waves. I can see Wireless Internet but wireless display? I don't know, how much power do you need for this thing?
 
 
-1 #2 AndreiD 2010-09-23 22:58
They can't even get the wired one right and now they want to play with the wireless one?
And yes, I have a GTX260 and I was told to underclock my card to fix my f**king drivers from crashing.
 
 
+14 #3 yourma2000 2010-09-23 23:51
latencies?
 
 
+25 #4 Pistolfied 2010-09-24 00:01
Has nvidia completely stopped caring about gaming? Wireless anything with gaming is already absolute shit, why keep moving backwards with performance...
 
 
+27 #5 Super XP 2010-09-24 00:54
I have to agree, what on earth is NVIDIA doing here? We need NVIDIA to get back into what they are good at ASAP. Gaming is what matters.
 
 
+13 #6 Boslink 2010-09-24 02:34
To be honest, Fudd is the first site i check when i want to see what's new in IT world but this is becoming ridiculous.

I can understand Fudd like(love) Nvidia, but please STOP being so lame.

I have NO preference in GPU. When i buy GPU i look how to maximize my investment.
IF AMD would give me better bang for buck i would buy it, same for Nvidia.

BUT PLEASE out of 5 articles i see 4 about Nvidia and to add insult to injury it has NO relevance. Fifth is about AMD and when you read all 5 YOU KNOW Fudd is Nvidia fan site.

The way how they write about Nvidia and AMD is lame.

Please try to be more "professional" and objective or i will stop visiting this site like i did with Tom hardware year ago
 
 
+5 #7 muppet show 2010-09-24 02:37
Yay, more cancer! :-/

I get the need for mobile phones and in some instances wifi, but what the hell is with this wireless charging / wireless display trend? It's just more EMF, definitely not more convenient than wires, vastly more inefficient and poorer performance. What the hell's the point?
 
 
+3 #8 Dribble 2010-09-24 10:51
Quoting Boslink:
BUT PLEASE out of 5 articles i see 4 about Nvidia and to add insult to injury it has NO relevance. Fifth is about AMD and when you read all 5 YOU KNOW Fudd is Nvidia fan site.


It's the middle of the huge nvidia GTC conference, unsurprisingly this generates news.

If you don't want to know what nvidia is up and then why on earth are you even clicking on the articles?
 
 
+8 #9 Boslink 2010-09-24 11:34
Quoting Dribble:
It's the middle of the huge nvidia GTC conference, unsurprisingly this generates news.

If you don't want to know what nvidia is up and then why on earth are you even clicking on the articles?


I want to see whats nvidia up to but PLEASE.
I quote - Nvidia has confirmed that they are playing with wireless display technology and that they will be happy to see it happening

You call this NEWS??? Well here is one braking news, im playing with wireless mouse!

Another quote from other article - Jensen hopes to see many Tegra 2 phones.
And another - Jensen wants less of a relationship with Intel
Plus 2 more that have some info but COMMON all 4 can go in ONE short report from GTC.
 
 
+4 #10 Boslink 2010-09-24 11:46
And now let's compare 2 things. First from article where Nvidia say 30% gaming 70% cuda

Fudd writes among other things - We are sure gamers won’t be happy about it, but this is Nvidia’s long term strategy, that is what the boss is telling us -

In 4 articles i didn't see them compare anything related to Nvidia with AMD

And now look how they write about AMD - Radeon 6000 launch date - ...ATI didn’t dramatically improve the tessellation performance. As you probably know by now tessellation is the only big advantage that Nvidia has over DirectX 11 Radeons -

Its just lame. And the reason why i come here every day is to read NEWS. Not to get annoyed with personal preferences of Fudd stuff

By the way, it's not just AMD, they hate APPLE too
 

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