A year after moth balling its “futuristic new office project in Santa Clara” Nvidia. is again ready to get to work and start building again.
For measuring difference between DX11, DX12 and Mantle APIs
Futuremark has released a new 3DMark update with the new API Overhead feature test, meant to measure the difference in DirectX 11, DirectX 12 and Mantle API performance.
Calls for more experts
The maker of the PS4, Sony appears to be wanting to update its devkits and is looking for an experienced programmer to work on GPU Profiling and Debugging tools used by PlayStation 4 developers worldwide.
Set my people Phi
Intel has released details of its next -generation Xeon Phi processor and it is starting to look like Chipzilla is gunning for a chunk of Nvidia's GPU market.
And may give some foundry business to Intel come 2017
Chipmaker Nvidia has reportedly moved some of its orders from its long-time partner TSMC to Samsung.
Preview: Featuring 4GB memory and backplate
Nvidia launched GTX 960 series back in January, making it the first mainstream graphics card based on the company's new Maxwell architecture. Until now, all GTX 960 graphics card were equipped with 2GB memory.
Kepler-class Titan for FP32
A lot of people were disappointed by the fact that Nvidia’s Titan X didn’t come with a better Dual Precision performance unit.
We saw it up and running
We had a chance to see a Drive PX follow up from Nvidia executives that touched on a few subjects, including Deep Learning and Drive PX test systems.
Priced as high as €1,249
Announced officially at GPU Technology Conference 2015 with a US $999 price tag it appears that Europe has once again going to suffer when it comes to price as the GTX Titan X will go as high as €1,249 depending on the country and taxes.
Four different versions of the EK-FC Titan X
EK Water Blocks, a premium liquid cooling manufacturer from Slovenia, has announced its newest GTX Titan X water block, the EK-FC Titan X.