AMD Radeon R9 380X launches on 15 November
Published in Graphics


Packing the full Tonga/ Antigua GPU

The long awaited AMD Radeon R9 380X will launch on 15th November with a full Tonga/Antigua GPU, with 2048 Stream Processors, plus 4GB GDDR5 memory and a 256-bit memory interface.

AMD's 2016 GPU doubles performance per watt
Published in Graphics


CEO confirms spec

Troubled AMD's CEO has been attempting to rally the troops with further promises about how good things are going to be next year.  

Samsung and Qualcomm didn’t infringe two Nvidia GPU patents
Published in Graphics


The war continues

Nvidia is in the middle of a legal battle against Samsung and Qualcomm over seven GPU patents. Now a judge has given Samsung and Qualcomm a get out of jail free card over two out of seven patents. 

Samsung's mobile GPU might be ready for 2017
Published in Graphics


Things got delayed for two years 

A year ago Fudzilla revealed that Samsung has been building a mobile GPU. We are still as puzzled about it now as we were then,  but there are more confirmations that they should finish it in the 2017 – 2018 timeframe.

IBM puts Nvidia GPU in flagship servers
Published in Processors


Teaming up with Big Blue Power


Big Blue has launched a line of Power processor-based, Linux-tuned machines which are helped out by Nvidia Tesla K80 GPUs.

Nvidia tests Pascal
Published in Processors
22 September 2015

Nvidia tests Pascal


Making sure there are no missing semi-colons 

Sketchy details are emerging that Nivdia has put its next-gen GP100 'Pascal' GPU into the testing phase.

AMD shows off hardware-based GPU virtualisation
Published in Graphics


Can allow 15 virtualised desktops

AMD is showing off a new hardware-based GPU virtualisation tech.

Open Source GPU now out
Published in Graphics


Hoping that MIAOW is not a catastrophe

An open saucy general-purpose graphics processor (GPGPU) has been unveiled at the Hot Chips event.

DirectX12 is bad news for Nvidia
Published in Processors


AMD staff seen dancing in the street

Microsoft's move to DirectX12 might have helped AMD rather than Nvidia.

GPU shipments down 11 per cent
Published in Graphics


Suppliers need to sell less to make money

Nvidia had good quarter thanks to selling plenty of desktop-based Geforce cards, but the overall market has dropped 11 percent from the last quarter.