Researchers use Tesla K40, Titan X, other Nvidia GPUs to accelerate scientific creativity
This year's Nvidia GPU Technology Conference starts today in San Jose, California and is an exciting opportunity for researchers to compete for their chance to win a $150,000 Nvidia research grant to drive forward groundbreaking scientific ideas aided in large part by GPU-accelerated computing.
Might be even killing some graphcis cards
It appears that Nvidia can't seem to get a break when it comes to drivers as the last Geforce 364.72 WHQL-certified drivers are apparently killing some graphics cards.
For those who can’t wait
A pair of pictures claiming to be the Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080, 1070 cooler shrouds have been leaked online.
Support for Oculus Rift, HTC Vive and some game improvements
Nvidia has rolled out its latest Geforce 364.72 WHQL drivers which bring support for Oculus Rift and an improved experience for HTC Vive, as well as some improvements in current and upcoming games.
Accelerating design workflows with datasets above 12GB
This morning, Nvidia officially took the wraps off the behemoth Quadro M6000 24GB, its Maxwell-based flagship workstation Quadro M6000 GPU with double the memory of last year's 12GB model, and perhaps the last release before its architectural successor, Pascal, is introduced next month at the company’s GPU Technology Conference in Silicon Valley.
We disagree, offer some alternatives
On Wednesday, someone thought it would be clever to post an unsourced Nvidia Pascal GPU naming scheme spreadsheet to popular image hosting website Imgur.com. As a result, GPU enthusiasts from all around have frequented hardware forums to discuss the matter of Nvidia’s yet to be announced 2016 GPU lineup based on 16-nanometer FinFET technology.
Intel gets AMD inside
The dark satanic rumour mill has manufactured a hell on earth yarn that AMD is about to sell its GPU technology to Intel.
NLinux is similar to Valve's OS
The dark satanic rumour mill has manufactured a hell on earth yarn claiming that Nvidia is working on its own Linux OS for gamers.
Down by 20 per cent
The global GPU market has fallen by 20 per cent over the last year.