Live NVIDIA GTC 2014 Coverage: Next Gen Pascal GPU, GeForce GTX Titan Z, NVLink, 3D Stacked DRAM And Tegra K1 Updates - HotHardware
Live NVIDIA GTC 2014 Coverage: Next Gen Pascal GPU, GeForce GTX Titan Z, NVLink, 3D Stacked DRAM And Tegra K1 Updates

Live NVIDIA GTC 2014 Coverage: Next Gen Pascal GPU, GeForce GTX Titan Z, NVLink, 3D Stacked DRAM And Tegra K1 Updates

NVIDIA's 2014 GTC (GPU Technology Conference) kicked off with a bang this morning in San Jose California, with NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang offering up a healthy dose of new information on next generation NVIDIA GPU technologies for the professional workstation, big data analytics, cloud computing, gaming and mobile markets.  As members of the press took their seats in the front row, we were treated to a spectacle of sight and sound, NVIDIA-style and Jen-Hsun wasted no time diving in on the latest NVIDIA cutting-edge GPU technology advancements.

Read on for our full report with live video coverage...


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Wow that's amazing. Can't wait to see more on this

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I think I could remember studying this pascal guy... ( very intelligent guy ) in school but I dint know a Gpu would be named after him o.o Amazing indeed on a whole new level especially The TITAN Z!!!

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I'd love to see them build a Dual GTX-770 Based GPU at a lower price than their monster cards.

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Just amazing, NVIDIA does some great stuff. Bad part is most of us here will never be able to afford this as much as we would want to. By the time we can save up for it, it would be crap and their would be something much better, but at the same time we will probably need to use that money for something more responsible.

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Pascal is an aggressive, impressive effort. When 3D stack DRAM technology is on board, along with the kind of serial interconnect advancements NVIDIA is making, Pascal could be game-changing monster graphics engine.

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NVIDIA successfully RAISE THE BAR

Titan Z, Pascal... Glorious!

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As always, Nvidia has raised the bar; I wonder if NVLink mezzanine connector will not be as off-putting as some think it might as far as being adopted by motherboard manufacturers.

The idea behind it all makes sense. If it in facts improve both energy efficiency and energy delivery as well as Nvidia has reported it being able to do, it seems like a no-brainer. to me.

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Just another reason why Nvidia is the way to go... Absolute monster.

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Looking forward to seeing the new integration of Titan Z and the new Pascal GPU out in the field of technology.

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I was looking on Nvidia's website and looking over their test supercomputer on one board thing and am really questing the ability is it like a Raspberry Pi?

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HunterPersse:

I was looking on Nvidia's website and looking over their test supercomputer on one board thing and am really questing the ability is it like a Raspberry Pi?

Where you thinking of this one ?

NVIDIA Unveils First Mobile Supercomputer for Embedded Systems

http://nvidianews.nvidia.com/Releases/NVIDIA-Unveils-First-Mobile-Supercomputer-for-Embedded-Systems-ad8.aspx

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Hunter, please link it

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