Not following AMD
While AMD is starting to make more products available to meet the demand for GPU cryptocurrency mining operations, Nvidia thinks that the craze will be flat soon.
With US $2.91 billion revenue
Nvidia has once again reported record financial results for Q4 FY2018, scoring big in most of its divisions and reporting quarterly revenues of $2.91 billion, a significant rise compared to both the last quarter and the last year as well.
We shouldn't be surprised, but GPU sales have skyrocketed over the last few quarters. Our colleagues from the press have criticized AMD for Radeon Vega, but AMD sold every single one. Once the market sucked all Radeons, it went for Geforce GTX 1060, 1070, 1080 so pretty much anything that can mine well.
First car with Mercedes-Benz User Experience (MBUX)
Mercedes has unveiled its new A-Class at the event in Amsterdam last night, which is the first Mercedes car to feature the Mercedes-Benz User Experience (MBUX) infotainment system powered by Nvidia.
Optimizations for couple of games
Nvidia has released its latest Geforce 390.77 Game Ready driver which brings optimizations for Kingdom Come: Deliverance, which launches on February 13th, as well as a couple of other games.
But will sure try
It was cute to see everyone covering the fact that Nvidia is up in arms against (r) etailers who are selling to miners. Unfortunately, there is hardly anything Nvidia can do to stop the trend.
Spotted in latest Linux driver
It appears that Nvidia is preparing for a counter move to the recent cooperation between Intel and AMD, in the form of Max-Q versions of the GTX 1050 and GTX 1050 Ti.
Our GPUs are immune but we work with infected people
Nvidia is updating the software for its graphics processors in response to the Spectre security threat, but its chief executive insisted that its chips were not subject to the same risks as those from Intel and other companies.
Volta graphics, eight custom cores for automotive
Nvidia CEO announced that Drive Xavier world's first autonomous machine processor is up and running as the silicon got back from the Fab two weeks ago, and of course, it works flawlessly.
4K screen at 120Hz, HDR, and Nvidia G-Sync
Nvidia opened up its CES 2018 announcements with the Big Format Gaming Display (BFGD) standard or technology, which may well change the way gaming is done on big living room TVs. The BFGD TVs will include 4K resolution at 120Hz, HDR, and G-Sync technology, among other things tool.