Samsung pimps GPUs with PIMS
Built in AI
Samsung has built the world's first large scale computing system using GPUs with built in processing-in-memory (PIM) chips.
Nvidia mocks Intel and AMD's GPU drivers
Pot calling kettle black?
The GPU maker named after a Roman demon, Nvidia has snarked at the driver reliability of its new rival Intel and older rival AMD.
Amazon fake GPU saga
Canadian bought Zotac GeForce RTX 3060 Ti made of putty
Amazon and a Canadian customer fought over a refund for a $690 graphics card earlier this year after the online retailer sent him a card made of putty.
PCI-SIG calls out GPU chipmakers over flaming plugs
The Peripheral Component Interconnect Special Interest Group [PCI-SIG] has waded into companies like Nvidia for peddling products with the 16-pin 12VHPWR power connector, such as Nvidia's GeForce RTX 4090.
GPU sales drop to ten year low
Shipments of integrated and discrete graphics processing units dropped to a 10-year low in the third quarter as PC OEMs reduced procurements of CPUs, and gamers lowered their purchases of existing graphics cards while waiting for next-generation products.
Intel releases new GPU graphics driver for the Arc A770 and Arc A750
Optimises many games
Intel has released a new GPU graphics driver for the Arc A770 and Arc A750 that optimises many games with minor performance improvements and fixes several key issues on nine titles.
Genesis of GPU oversupply hits the streets
Selling GPU's by the pound
Self-proclaimed 'King of VGA' Vietnam's Lê Thành told his Facebook chums that the store has started to use street trader tactics to grab passersby and sell them GPUs by the pound.
Gamers shunning high priced GPUs
Long term difficulties for Nvidia
While the GPU maker named after a Roman vengence daemon, Nvidia is dominating the GPU market, there is some bad news for the outfit from the Steam hardware survey.
Intel's Arc rumoured to be abandoned
Updated: Raja Koduri shrugs his shoulders on these rumors
The dark satanic rumour mill has manufactured a hell on earth yarn claiming that Intel is about to abandon its Arc project -- which was its attempt to get into the GPU market.
Chipzilla goes all open saucy
GPUs based around fully open-source drivers
Intel GPUs from the consumer desktop Arc Graphics hardware to the Intel Data Center Flex GPU Series "Arctic Sound M" and forthcoming Xe HPC Ponte Vecchio are built around fully open-source drivers and will cheerfully even run on Linux.