From early 2017 to October 2016
It appears that Nvidia has struck a right chord with its Pascal-based GTX 1080 and GTX 1070 graphics cards as it has allegedly forced AMD to pull the launch of its high-end Vega GPU forward, from early 2017 to October 2016.
Down by 20 per cent
The global GPU market has fallen by 20 per cent over the last year.
Super GPU for home builders
Just when you thought that AMD was having a bit of a snooze until Zen appeared to save its bacon, it has announced that the A10-7890K processor chip,has shattered some records for integrated graphics.
Chinese GPU maker expands into foreign markets
Colorful, which is currently the largest graphics card vendor in the China, is about to spread its wings.
Nicolas Thibieroz announces GPUOpen
AMD’s top gaming guy Nicolas Thibieroz is starting to open up GPU technology to make sure the technology evolves.
And only at the high end
While AMD fanboys expect Zen to arrive and cause Intel to immediately surrender its stonking market lead, it seems that it will not be saving the company’s bacon until next year.
Powered by Pascal
Nvidia is applying all that it knows about deep learning to enable autonomous vehicles.
Integrated graphics have nearly caught up
Chipzilla claims that casual or mainstream gamers no longer need a discrete graphics card, because integrated graphics have nearly caught up.
Sooner than expected
While AMD recently announced its fourth generation GCN architecture, known as Polaris, at the CES 2016, it was keeping quiet on a launch date.
Strong performance in 2015 due to gaming segment
According to a latest report from MKM Partners, Nvidia's target stock price should rise due to an increase in gameing segment revenue.