Drive Constellation and Drive Sim platforms to be used
Taiwan's Ministry of Science and Technology has teamed up with the the GPU maker named after a Roman vengence daemon to speed up a government fostered autonomous driving programme.
With a $149 starting price
It appears that Nvidia will launch its entry-level Geforce GTX 1650 on April 23rd, and it undercut a lot of entry-level cards with an MSRP of $149.
Showing off ray tracing
Nvidia has officially released three new demos showing off those RTX ray tracing effects, Star Wars Reflections, Atomic Hearts, and Justice.
Including Pascal and non-RTX Turing GPUs
Nvidia has released its latest Geforce 425.31 Game Ready driver which not only includes fixes and optimization for Ubisoft's Anno 1800 game, but also enables DXR support for Pascal, Titan V, and non-RTX Turing graphics cards, ranging from GTX 1060 6GB and up.
GTX 1650 doesn't need additional power
A couple of pictures of GTX 1650 graphics cards have leaked online showing a few more details about this entry-level graphics card.
Headed for the Koduri's Xe GPU team
Intel appears to be sprucing up its Xe GPU team by headhunting talent from AMD.
Going after AMD RX 570
While earlier details pointed to an end of April launch for the Geforce GTX 1650, recent rumors suggest a more precise date, April 22nd.
Most likely going to Intel
Tom TAP Petersen has confirmed he is leaving Nvidia, and with Intel gathering troops, it is most likely that Tom will be joining the blue team.
AMD Zen+ Picasso APU with Turing-based GTX 1660 Ti
According to leaks spotted in 3DMark database, it appears that Asus is looking to pair up AMD's Picasso APUs and Nvidia Turing 1660 Ti GPU in a couple of its laptops.
Optimization for four games
Nvidia has released its latest Geforce 419.67 Game Ready driver which brings optimizations for Battlefield V Firestorm, Anthem, Shadow of the Tomb Raider, and Sekir: Shadows Die Twice games.