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If you're a PC gamer, you've likely been anxiously awaiting the arrival of NVIDIA's GeForce GTX 11 Series graphics cards. It's been over two years since the Pascal-based GeForce GTX 10 Series debuted, and it's about time for a replacement. At this point, all signs are pointing towards a late August launch for the GeForce GTX 1180, but its entry into the marketplace will reportedly come with some complications. A new report from DigiTimes claims that many graphics cards vendors are sitting on stockpiles of GeForce GTX 1080 and GTX 1070 GPUs following the cryptocurrency crash during the first half of 2018. Further compounding matters is the fact that while graphics... Read more...
Things are looking up for Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) after the company posted a decline in revenue for its quarter ending in June. TSMC is now predicting significant increases in revenue moving through the third and fourth quarters of 2018. The gain in revenue is, according to industry sources, thanks to the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 11 Series GPU and Apple's A12 SoC. Apple is rolling out three new iPhones in September, according to rumors, that will all use the A12 SoC that TSMC builds on its 7nm process technology. NVIDIA is also tapping TSMC for its GeForce GTX 11 GPU tech to leverage TSMC's 7nm process. The 7nm process technology that TSMC has is in such high demand that... Read more...
NVIDIA's GeForce GTX 11 Series is coming later this year, as was previously confirmed on-camera by a Lenovo representative. The indicated that the GeForce GTX 1180 would ship with the Lenovo Legion 730 Series gaming desktops this Fall. Now we're learning that NVIDIA is stockpiling roughly one million next-generation GTX 11 GPUs so that there will be an adequate supply of graphics cards to go around for a Q3 or Q4 2018 launch. It has been two years since the Pascal-based GeForce GTX 10 Series landed, so there is pent-up demand for this family's successor to fuel the 4K gaming craze. Alleged NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1180 prototype Back in early June, NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang suggested... Read more...
Gamers have been anxiously awaiting a replacement for the long-running GeForce GTX 10 (Pascal) Series of graphics cards, which have been around for two years now. We've been hearing a number of rumors surrounding the upcoming replacement, and there have been conflicting reports on whether the Turing-based cards will feature GTX 11 or GTX 20 branding. Now, thanks to a slipup by a Lenovo rep, we finally know the real answer. In an on-camera interview with gaming publication Brainbean, a Lenovo representative was talking about the company's Legion 730 Series line of desktop gaming PCs and casually mentioned, "Along with up to a GTX 1060, at this time. But time to market with NVIDIA... Read more...
NVIDIA has been rather tight-lipped when it comes to revealing details about its next-generation graphic cards. The current generation GeForce GTX 10 Series, which is based on Pascal architecture, is two years old at this point and ready for a replacement.  Although rumors surrounding the official launch of the [alleged] GeForce GTX 11 Series have been all over the place, we're finally getting a better idea of the timing thanks to a schedule breakdown for the upcoming Hot Chips symposium, which will be held at the Flint Center for the Performing Arts in Cupertino, California. On August 20th, NVIDIA's Stuart Oberman is scheduled to give an address on "NVIDIA's Next Generation... Read more...
Graphics Processing Units (GPUs) are becoming an increasingly more valuable resource in the computing arena. We've seen high-powered GPUs powering everything from gaming consoles, to high-end enthusiast PCs, to accelerators used for artificial intelligence and machine learning applications, to products like NVIDIA's DRIVE PX which enables advanced machine vision for autonomous vehicles. As GPUs get more powerful with each new generation, there also comes a need for faster memory to fuel them. In the case of Micron, the company has been delivering GDDR5X memory solutions for today's high-end graphics cards. Micron's GDDR5X started out at 10Gbps, but has since ramped up to 11Gbps and finally... Read more...