Nvidia unveils Turing-based Quadro RTX family
Packs up to 48GB of GDDR6.
Beats Nvidia's equivalent, AMD claims.
Commissioned by AMD, naturally.
PSUs to come before the end of the year.
Not content with having just the 7600 GT, NVIDIA is stepping up with yet another variant in its GeForce 7-series of products - we have the details.
NVIDIA gave some interesting tidbits on the company's next-generation G80 graphics processing unit at the Morgan Stanley Semiconductor & Systems Conference earlier this month. We discuss these statements...
CeBIT 2006: Club 3D has a custom watercooling block that they're going to be supplying as a third party cooling solution for ATI and NVIDIA graphics cards.
The official release date, and the minimum / recommended system specs for The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, are revealed by the developers. Prepare for an upgrade (or to buy an Xbox 360...)
The Revolution, as with every other next-gen platform, will use displacement mapping. Nintendo have gone and patented some new hardware which optimises the technique.
NVIDIA launched GeForce 7800 GTX 512 yesterday. We've been keeping a look out for reasonable deals on these cards, but we've not found one yet. However, they seem to have been selling very well thus far, despite the inflated price.
NVIDIA have announced the nForce 410 and 430 chipsets, for AMD PCI Express systems. Sporting GeForce 6 series integrated graphics via the 6100 / 6150 on-board GPUs, the boards are ideal for the HTPC market.
According to Canandian press, ATI may well be ripe for a takeover - find out who's in the running to be ATI's daddy.
With the latest figures in from Mercury Research, ATI are left with just 30% of the current-generation.