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Budget in price, mainstream in aspiration.
Company taking more of its SoC tech in-house.
Kepler growth shores up flagging Tegra.
Kepler-based mobile chips for gamers on the go.
Haswell-targeted release brings better performance.
Looks to simplify GPU purchasing decisions.
Promises some serious breakthroughs.
Tweaked GK106 means higher clock speeds.
Preparing the ground for Project Shield.
Asetek-cooled limited edition dual-GPU beast.
Drops its orders dramatically, takes a financial hit.
$50 million deal for future Atom tech.
Adds shiny new features, online resource centre.
Nvidia has confirmed the specs for its GTX 660 OEM-centric boards.
Phil Pratt-Szeliga's Rootbeer allows almost any Java code to run on a GPU, for impressive performance gains.
AMD and Nvidia have announced new entries in their respective pro-grade GPU lines.
ARM has launched three new Midgard-class Mali GPU designs, boasting a 50% performance boost.
Eric Demers, former CTO of AMD's graphics division, has been picked up by Qualcomm to be the company's new VP of engineering.
Intel's upcoming Haswell chips are rumoured to include an L4 cache layer at the top end for improved graphics performance.
Researchers at North Carolina State University have unveiled a novel GPGPU technique that can boost performance by 20 per cent.
AMD's budget build-tastic APUs get an unlocked mulitplier with the A8-3870K
AMD has provided a glimpse of its processor roadmap for 2013 as part of its Financial Analyst Day.
AMD has announced plans to rename its Fusion line to the Heterogeneous Systems Architecture, or HSA.
Razer's Blade 17in gaming laptop, uses a touchscreen instead of a trackpad and is under 1in thick.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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