Only 2-way SLI gaming will be supported on Nvidia’s new range of Pascal cards.
It appears that AMD is slowly catching up to some of its rivals with the recent unveiling of the Radeon RX 480 and the promise it made for the Polaris and Zen architectures. Recently, AMD once again snatched another important market, this time against Nvidia. Rumors claim that tech giant Apple is planning to tap AMD's Radeon Technology Group to provide graphics processors for its upcoming line of laptops.
Ever since NVIDIA crashed into the market in 1993, it has offered processing units and other related materials for the development of technology, and this week, the American company will finally launch the Pascal GeForce GTX 1070 with a game ready driver to further improve the gaming experience of ...
Nvidia's simultaneous projection technology is being put to the test with Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 GPU benchmarked with three 4K displays.
AMD has shocked the world with their new $200 Radeon RX 480 video card powered by their Polaris GPU with performance expected to beat or be at least on par with the GTX 980 Ti.
Nvidia's GTX 1080 and 1070, and AMD's RX480 are the graphics cards you've been waiting for. But you'll want to keep waiting a little bit longer.
NVIDIA is moving away from multi-GPU 3-Way and 4-Way SLI options entirely. The folks at PC Perspective were able to determine that only 2-Way SLI configurations will be supported for games, with 3-Way and 4-Way SLI options limited to select benchmarking utilities.
MKM Partners analyst Ian Ing today pounds the table for both Nvidia (NVDA) and Advanced Micro Devices (AMD), arguing the two graphics chip makers are going to get a lift from their respective new “GPU” product lines this year.Nvidia is starting to roll out a new generation of GPUs called “Pascal,” while AMD is set to release its own broad update called “Polaris."Ing, who has a Buy rating on both stocks, raises his target on AMD to $5 from $4, and raises his target on Nvidia to $52 from $43, writing that both will "benefit from strong core gaming plus emerging applications for new GPU processing."It’s too soon to call a total success with Nvidia’s Pascal products, writes Ing, but there are encouraging signs:After ~10 days, Pascal launch success remains still too early to determine. Product is generally "out of stock" and there are limited SKUs (7 on Newegg). On the positive side, new products by AIBs have been
I agree with Hibben’s thesis that a double-down effort on Intel’s x86 processors is going to cause more pain to AMD.Lisa Su has her own valid reasons why she is
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More AMD Polaris-based SKU specification revealed
AMD has debunked all rumors claiming the chip maker has not been listed as attending this year’s Computex event. Also, Polaris will launch on schedule.
Will NVIDIA's 'Most Powerful Gaming GPU' Give It the Edge in VR?, Stocks: NVDA,FB,GOOGL,XKRX:005930,AAPL,AMD, release date:May 13, 2016
Nvidia reported y/y revenue growth of 13% and operating income growth of 39% for its fiscal 2017 Q1, ended on May 1.Nvidia has produced an impressive array of n
AMD's Polaris 10 to deliver R9 390X/390 horsepower at half the wattage for less than $299. Polaris 11 to be AMD's 50W console killer GPU.
Quarter after quarter we hear from market research firms that mainstream PC sales are down, but if you shift your focus to the computer gaming category, you'll see the segment is alive and thrving. If anyone needs further proof of that, take a look at how Nvidia performed during its first fiscal quarter for the period ended May 1, 2016, along with its future outlook.
Nvidia just posted strong quarterly results thanks to gains across the board. The upcoming GTX 1080 and 1070 are likely ...