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Nvidia has announced that its Fermi GPUs form the heart of the world's fastest computer.
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Compiler specialist PathScale is planning an open-source alternative to CUDA and OpenCL.
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An alpha build of Firefox 3.7 - the next-next gen browser from the Mozilla Foundation - includes support for Direct2D on Windows 7 and Vista, offloading rendering on to the GPU.
Nvidia's CEO Jen-Hsun Huang has denied rumours that his company is looking to challenge Intel's CPU dominance with the launch of its own range of x86 chips.
AMD has announced the release of the ATI Stream SDK Beta 4, which finally introduces support for GPGPU computing.
Nvidia has announced that it is working on producing a CUDA-based anti-virus system which will offload the task of checking for malware on to its range of graphics processors.
Nvidia has confirmed that its drivers deliberately disable on-GPU PhysX physics acceleration if you attempt to use one of its cards alongside an ATI GPU for graphics rendering.
Nvidia's CEO has predicted that GPU technology will increase to 570 times current performance levels in six years, while CPU tech will lag behind.
Nvidia has attained WHQL certification for its latest Windows 7 direct compute drive.
April 16 2021 | 18:20
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