Regulators weigh in
It is now officially less likely that Nvidia will be allowed to get its paws on ARM.
Packing 2176 CUDA cores, just like the RTX 2060 Super
After an endless stream of rumors and leaks, Nvidia has now officially unveiled the Geforce RTX 2060 12GB graphics card, adding support for it in its latest Geforce drivers as well as listing it on its site.
Shares jump on earnings report
The cocaine nose jobs of Wall Street were rushing to buy Nvidia stock yesterday after its third-quarter results were announced on Wednesday.
Game Ready drivers for Battlefield 2042
Nvidia has released its latest Geforce 496.76 GPU driver that brings Game Ready optimizations for Battlefield 2042, adds the new Nvidia Image Scaling feature, as well as brings DLSS support to several games.
EU antitrust regulators dog deal
Nvidia’s plan to buy ARM has suffered a major set back after EU antitrust regulators opened a full-scale investigation into the deal.
Has a planetary motion on driver list
The chip maker named after a Roman vengeance daemon Nvidia has announced that at the same time that it kills off support for Windows 7 and Windows 8/8.1 it will abandon its decade-old Kepler architecture GPUs.
Analysis: Strong opposition in the UK, EU, and especially China
It has been 54 weeks since Nvidia announced its ambitions to acquire ARM for approximately $40 billion. We intentionally use the term ambition as things are still far from looking good more than a year later. More and more voices in the industry and regulatory bodies are against it.
Geforce 472.11 WHQL for Windows 11 and new games
Nvidia has released its newest Geforce 472.11 WHQL Game Ready graphics driver with official Windows 11 support, Game Ready support for eight new games, and various other improvements and fixes.
Lovelace RTX 40-series comes in Q4 2022
According to the latest rumors, Nvidia might be bringing RTX 30 Super SKUs early next year, lining it up with CES 2022 in January, while Q4 2022, or October, might be the timeframe for RTX 40-series based on Lovelace architecture.
UK not the only one worried
Brussels is set to launch a formal competition probe early next month into Nvidia's planned $54 billion takeover of British chip designer ARM, after months of informal discussions between regulators and the US chip company.