Handbags at dawn
In a cheeky jibe at the World Governments Summit in Dubai, Nvidia’s head honcho, Huang, had a right laugh when asked how many GPU chips one could nab with a few trillion quid.
AMD’s stealthy gambit
AMD has made a significant move in the world of GPU software development by introducing a solution that bridges the gap between its ROCm technology and NVIDIA’s CUDA binaries.
One to have for Skull and Bones game
Nvidia has released its latest Geforce 551.52 WHQL Game Ready driver which brings optimizations for the new Skull and Bones game, as well as fixes some issues.
Based on AD107 GPU with 16GB of VRAM
Nvidia has rather silently unveiled the new low-profile workstation graphics card, the RTX 2000 ADA. According to Nvidia, the new RTX 2000 Ada brings 1.5x higher performance in professional workflows compared to the previously available RTX A200 12GB graphics card.
ChipNeMo speeds up the process
Companies are desperate for Nvidia's limited supply of GPUs — used to train and build AI products — as the AI sector goes mad. Now, the chip giant is using its AI to make its chips faster to keep up with the demand.
Converting SDR games to HDR in real-time with AI
Nvidia is apparently making final tweaks to its new feature called the RTX TrueHDR, which can convert SDR games to HRD in real-time by using Tensor cores on its RTX graphics cards.
Around 20 percent slower than the 8GB version
Nvidia has officially launched the new Geforce RTX 3050 6GB graphics card. While it might sound the same as the RTX 3050 8GB launched back in January 2022, this is a completely different graphics card, based on a different chip, coming with 2GB less VRAM, and being around 20 percent slower, all for $179.
Promises 27 new games this month
Nvidia Geforce NOW is celebrating its fourth anniversary this month, promising 27 new games including Diablo IV, Overwatch 2, and three more games that are added this week.
RX 7600 XT repeats one of Nvidia’s mistakes
AMD has launched a new graphics card that could end up making Nvidia’s offerings look good.
€1109 price tag in Europe
First Nvidia Geforce RTX 4080 SUPER graphics cards have been listed in Europe, ahead of its official launch on January 31st, and the price starts at €1,109.