NVIDIA introduced GeForce RTX 3080 GPU back in September 2020 along with the RTX 3070 and the RTX 3090 and the RTX 3080 Ti was introduced last year. Now it has introduced a new 12GB GDDR6X version of the RTX 3080 compared to 10GB in the original model. Continue reading “NVIDIA introduces new GeForce RTX 3080 12GB version”
After introducing RTX 3050 laptop GPU last year, NVIDIA at its CES event introduced the RTX 3050 desktop GPU built on Nvidia’s Ampere architecture, has 8GB of GDDR6 VRAM and promises up to 60FPS 1080p gaming. It also introduced RTX 3070 Ti and 3080 Ti laptop GPUs for 1440p gaming at up to 100 fps and up to 120 fps, respectively. Continue reading “NVIDIA introduces GeForce RTX 3050 desktop GPU, 3070 Ti and 3080 Ti laptop GPUs, teases RTX 3090 Ti GPU”
NVIDIA has announced new GeForce RTX 2050, GeForce MX550 and GeForce MX570 laptop GPUs for entry-level gaming laptops that will be released in 2022. NVIDIA said that the RTX 2050 features new RT Cores, Tensor Cores, and NVIDIA Encoder to enable features including ray tracing, NVIDIA DLSS, Reflex, and Broadcast, among others. Continue reading “NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2050, GeForce MX570 and MX550 entry-level laptop GPUs announced”
Last year in September, NVIDIA announced that it has signed a deal to acquire the entirety of ARM Limited for a sum of $40 billion, and the acquisition was scheduled to be completed within 18 months. Now the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has sued to block the acquisition. Continue reading “FTC sues NVIDIA to block its $40 billion acquisition of ARM”
NVIDIA has announced a new subscription tier for their GeForce NOW Cloud gaming service called the GeForce NOW RTX 3080. As the name suggests, the service will enable cloud gaming on a GeForce RTX 3080 GPU, allowing members to stream games at up to 1440p at a 120fps.
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NVIDIA, the company well-known for their high-performance GPUs, is reportedly planning to drop driver support on older versions of Windows later in the year. Starting from October 2021, NVIDIA’s GPU drivers will only be supported on Windows 10, and only release critical security updates for older version of Windows.
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NVIDIA at the Computex 2021 event announced the RTX 3070 Ti and RTX 3080 Ti GPUs, an upgrade to e RTX 3070 and RTX 3080 that were introduced last year. The RTX 3080 Ti powered with 12GB of GDDR6X memory promises an incredible leap in performance and fidelity with acclaimed features such as ray tracing, NVIDIA DLSS performance-boosting AI, NVIDIA Reflex latency-reduction and NVIDIA Broadcast streaming features. Continue reading “NVIDIA RTX 3070 Ti and RTX 3080 Ti GPUs based on Ampere architecture announced”
According to a rumour, NVIDIA is preparing to unveil the next card in the RTX 30-series, called the RTX 3080Ti. The card is reportedly aimed at competing against the AMD Radeon RX 6900 XT, featuring 12GB of GDDR6X memory, and it will also have a mining restriction placed on-board that will hopefully discourage miners from buying the card.
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NVIDIA has unveiled their first data center-focused CPU called “Grace”, named after Grace Hopper, who was a pioneer in Computer-programming from the U.S. This ARM-based CPU/SoC is designed for large-scale neural network workloads and is expected to become available to customers sometime in 2023.
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NVIDIA has announced their next GPU in the 30-series GeForce RTX series, called the GeForce RTX 3060 priced at Rs. 29,500 in India, and it costs $329 in the US. It is built on the Ampere architecture, featuring 12GB of GDDR6 memory, second generation RT cores, 3rd generation Tensor cores, support for NVIDIA Reflex technology and more.
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It has been three months since NVIDIA announced their 30 series graphics cards based on their new Ampere architecture, revealing three cards, the RTX 3070, the RTX 3080 and the RTX 3080. Yesterday, NVIDIA revealed the next card in the 30 series family, called the GeForce RTX 3060Ti, which NVIDIA claims will have performance rivalling the RTX 2080 Super.
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Back in July, a Bloomberg report said that NVIDIA was interested in acquiring in the technology giant ARM from its owner, Softbank. NVIDIA has officially announced that a deal has been struck between the two companies, where NVIDIA will acquire the entirety of ARM Limited for a sum of $40 billion.
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NVIDIA has finally the wraps off their next generation GeForce RTX graphics cards and the performance leap is quite significant. The new RTX 30 series GPUs are based on NVIDIA’s new Ampere architecture, enabling up to 2x the performance and 1.9x the power efficiency when compared to the previous Turing-based generation GPUs.
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NVIDIA Corp. is reportedly interested in acquiring a stake in the semiconductor designer company known as ARM Ltd, which is currently owned by Softbank Group Corp. According to people with knowledge of the matter, Softbank Group has been looking into selling their stake in ARM, for which there are a few potential bidders and one among them is NVIDIA, according to Bloomberg report.
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Recently, NVIDIA founder and CEO Jensen Huang, from his kitchen delivered a keynote about various NVIDIA products and discussed his vision of next-generation computing. Continue reading “NVIDIA unveils new Ampere architecture, A100 GPU with 54B transistors, 5 petaflops performance and more”