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It was nearly two months when Intel's graphics boss, Raja Koduri, posted a photo on Twitter that teased an upcoming data center GPU, and boy was it a big slice of silicon. Fast forward to today and Koduri is at it again, this time with another shot of what looks to be the same GPU, plus one that is even bigger, and... Read more...
Artificial Intelligence (AI) has many different uses, including facial recognition and the creation of photo-realistic human faces. However, these various AI applications have not always hit the mark. They often create very basic or unnerving images that fail to bridge the "uncanny valley" gap. A team at the Chinese... Read more...
Like most people in tech, we have oh-so-many questions about Intel's discrete GPU efforts, and if things stay on track, we will get some official answers sometime this year. Until then, we're left to nibble on little nuggets Intel shares here and there, and scour the rumor mill for scraps of information. As it... Read more...
It has always been a matter of when, not if, real-time ray tracing would see widespread support. Looking to scoot things along, NVIDIA debuted its RTX hardware last year, which leverages Microsoft's DirectX Raytracing (DXR) API. It has still been a relatively slow process, in terms of developer support, but things are... Read more...
Have you heard that AMD is launching its next-generation Navi GPU architecture sometime this year? Of course you have, assuming you follow technology trends even just a little bit, because it has been the subject of numerous leaks and rumors. That will continue to be the case until AMD finally lifts the lid on Navi... Read more...
In case you didn't already know, Intel is working on adiscrete graphics cardthat will be used to tackle a number of market sectors, including the ever-important gaming community. In keeping with the company's recent efforts to be more engaging with graphics card enthusiasts, Intel is inviting gamers to "Join the Odyssey." So, what exactly Read more...
Its no secret that Intel is developing adiscrete GPU familythat it will use to take on many sectors in the graphics market. The company will put a primary focus on the gaming sector (where it will go toe-to-toe with AMD and NVIDIA) and also professional and enterprise markets. Were learning today that Intel is... Read more...
In case you haven't been keeping up with the latest happenings in the PC graphics market, Intel is going full-bore with adiscrete graphics card family. Intel will be [in part] targeting the PC gaming market with this new GPU, which is supposed to be officially unveiled in 2020. Although we've been able toget limited... Read more...
Intel has sent out press invites for its "Intel Architectural Day", which will take place on Tuesday, December 11th. The chip company will hold two primary sessions during the day: one which will pertain to Intel Architecture Strategy and a second that will delve into "Advanced Client and Data Centric Architectures... Read more...
Intel has been uncharacteristically vocal about its most recent plans to enter the discrete GPU market. Over the last year or so, the company has disclosed some tantalizing information and made a few high-profile hires, in its bid to build-up and flesh-out a plan that was first set in motion a few years ago. Like... Read more...
Intel has some exciting products in the pipeline, including its first modern discrete GPU tentatively scheduled to release in 2020, and 10-nanometer processors (Cannon Lake) that will (finally) ship in volume at the end of 2019 (barring another delay, of course). These and other technologies might be discussed at an... Read more...
Despite the fact that NVIDIA has kept tight-lipped about its upcoming Turing-based GeForce graphics cards, it really does seem like the worst-kept secret by this point. More information is starting to trickle out, and unfortunately for NVIDIA, its own partners are doing that leaking. Today, we learn of the specs of... Read more...
It's a ridiculously exciting time to be a PC enthusiast. AMD launched new Ryzen processors a few months ago, and will soon deliver 16- and 32-core Threadripper parts for those with huge computing needs. It's also been relentlessly rumored that NVIDIA will soon launch some new GeForce cards, and with the... Read more...
AMD has had some great momentum since it unleashed its first Zen-based processors to marketearly last year. A little while later, we saw EPYC hit the enterprise market and Threadripper hit soon thereafter, to cater to high-end enthusiasts and workstation users. Recently, the company followed-up its initial Ryzen... Read more...
The oft-leaked and frequently teased PowerColor Radeon RX Vega Nano Edition is not only a real graphics card, it's going to launch at Computex next month, PowerColor confirmed in an email. The company is pitching it as "the smallest Vega card in the market," but for "gamers who don't ant any performance compromises in... Read more...
A shortened version of AMD's Radeon RX Vega becomes more real by the day. Not that the Radeon RX Vega Nano was ever fakeAMD's senior director of global marketing PR, Chris Hook, briefly teased the card at SIGGRAPH 2017it just has not been released, or even officially announced. It does show up from time to... Read more...
In another four months, it will be a full year since AMD launched its first Radeon RX Vega graphics cards to consumers. Thanks to a combination of cryptocurrency miners ravaging the GPU market and a memory chip shortage, graphics cards have been tough to come by. Hopefully that will change soon. Despite the unusual... Read more...
AMD has been slow playing the launch of its next generation processors and graphics cards. The marketing strategy has created a ton of hype surrounding Ryzen, Threadripper, and Vega, and just when it seemed like there was nothing else to tease, AMD decided to pass around a Radeon RX Vega Nano graphics card for small form factor systems. One Read more...
AMD isnt the only hardware company making waves this week at SIGGRAPH 2017. NVIDIA is looking to bolster its position in the professional graphics arena with a few new breakthroughs. The first of which is the addition of two new external graphics solutions that are targeted at professional artists and designers... Read more...
Just last week, AMD rolled out a Crimson ReLive software update in preparation for its official unveiling of Radeon RX Vega graphics cards for consumers, which it announced over the weekend at SIGGRAPH. Now it is doing the same for new professional grade Vega cards that were introduced as well, and with it... Read more...
At long last, AMD over the weekend finally unveiled its Vega graphics card lineup for consumers, announcing both air cooled and liquid cooled variants. With the official announcement out of the way, AMD's hardware partners are now free to unveil their own custom designs, and ASUS did not waste any time doing... Read more...
We are out at SIGGRAPH learning about AMDs upcoming Radeon RX Vega GPUs and Ryzen Threadripper processors at the moment. We will have many more details to share with you tomorrow evening after AMDs Capsaicin Event, but the company is allowing pictures of the Radeon RX Vega to be posted right away, so we thought... Read more...
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