Video Cards

Nvidia the latest collateral damage in US-China tech war

Nvidia, the world’s largest maker of artificial intelligence chips, is at the heart of a new round of U.S. tech sanctions targeting China. Nvidia noted in an SEC filing that the U.S. government

Adding an external GPU to your Mac is probably a better upgrade option than getting a new one

Apple recently announced they would be transitioning their Mac line from Intel processors to their own, ARM-based Apple Silicon. That process is meant to begin with hardware to be announced later this

Minecraft to get big lighting, shadow and color upgrades through Nvidia ray tracing

Minecraft is getting a free update that brings much-improved lighting and color to the game’s blocky graphics using real-time ray tracing running on Nvidia GeForce RTX graphics hardware. The new

Nvidia’s RTX GPUs get a speed boost with the new Super series

Nvidia made a somewhat unusual announcement today: It’s launching a set of updated GPUs that will come in at the same price points as the existing GeForce RTC 2060, 2070 and 2080 GPUs with &#822

Nvidia announces its next-gen RTX pods with up to 1,280 GPUs

Nvidia wants to be a cloud powerhouse. While its history may be in graphics cards for gaming enthusiasts, its recent focus has been on its data center GPUs for AI, machine learning inference, inferenc

Nvidia’s Quadro Virtual Workstations are now available on Azure

Nvidia today announced that its Quadro Virtual Machine Workstation (vWS) is now available in the Microsoft Azure Marketplace. The promise of the Quadro vWS is to allow businesses to run high-end grap

Nvidia’s new Turing architecture is all about real-time ray tracing and AI

In recent days, word about Nvidia’s new Turing architecture started leaking out of the Santa Clara-based company’s headquarters. So it didn’t come as a major surprise that the compan

Nvidia CEO clarifies its GPUs are ‘absolutely’ immune to Meltdown and Spectre

Nvidia issued a security bulletin on Tuesday detailing updates it made to its driver software to address the so-called Meltdown CPU vulnerability revealed by Google's Project Zero. The bulletin was mi

Nvidia’s new Titan Xp top-end graphics card also offers Mac support

Nvidia updates its top-of-the-line Titan graphics card yearly, so it’s only natural the Titan Xp got announced Thursday. The Titan Xp’s new specs include 12GB of GDDR5X memory running at

NVIDIA Launches New GPUs For Deep Learning Applications, Partners With Mesosphere

The days when GPUs were only about letting you play Crysis with a higher framerate are long over. Many of the most transformative new computational techniques now rely on GPUs' ability to quickly run

Is StarCraft II Killing Video Cards, Or Is It Merely A Harbinger Of Bigger Problems?

<img src="" />It seems some users are blaming <a HREF=""><i>StarCraft II</i></a> for the fact t

ATI Releases StarCraft II Anti-Aliasing Hotfix

This is just a heads-up for any ATI folks out there looking to add a little anti-aliasing to your StarCraft II-ing. ATI has released an updated driver, version 10.7a, that includes a hotfix that enabl

The Sapphire 5970 4G Toxic Edition is the fastest video card on Planet Earth

<img src="" />Damn you, Sapphire. Three weeks ago I bought your vanilla Radeon 5970, and now you release the Radeon 5970 4G TOXI

Asus Ares 5970 is truly two 5870s slapped together, no holds barred

<img src="" />The <a HREF="">ATI Radeon HD 5970</a> is ess

NVIDIA's flagship DX11 card drops, and the reviews are… decent

<img src="" />There's been a lot of buzz about the code-name Fermi series of cards NVIDIA has been cooking up. They're the company's firs

The ATI Radeon 5450: Eyefinity on the cheap (like $50 cheap)

<img src="" />ATI just released a new, super entry level graphics card that should placate, well, not <i>hardcore gamers</i>, but most

Our 13.5-inch Radeon 5870 X2 will blot out the sun!

...Then we will benchmark in the shade. There’s not a lot more to this story than “this is a freaking huge video card,” so just gaze in awe at this monstrosity and then move on to th

AMD's Eyefinity reviewed on video for your pleasure

<img src="" />Some day, I too will have <a href="">three

Radeon 5800 series arrives with no pomp, no circumstance, but major improvements

The more my games stutter and the more my HD content skips frames, the more I think about that wonderful day when I shall put together a beautiful new system with all new hardware. The trouble is that

Video card retrospective: take a trip down Video Memory Lane

<img src="" />If you've been a PC gamer for more than a few years, it's definitely worth your time to take a look at this long history of
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