GPUs

10nm Intel Xe Graphics Cards for Gaming Coming in Mid-2020, 7nm GPUs Fabbed in India Slated for 2021

– Advertisement – It won’t be long before Intel’s Xe graphics cards become a reality. As per industry insiders, team blue is aiming for a mid-2020 launch date for its Xe discrete graphics cards. These GPUs will be built atop Intel’s 10nm process and will be aimed towards gamers as well as professionals. It is …

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AMD Ryzen 3000 U-Series APUs to be Featured in Surface; Navi 12 and 14 GPUs to Launch Soon

Earlier this week, it was confirmed that the upcoming Microsoft Surface laptops will be powered by Ryzen. A new leak suggests that the new Surface will feature the Ryzen 3000 APUs. A listing for an Acer laptop has the Ryzen 5 3500U listed as the processor. Let’s break down the rumors on-by-one. Moreover, the new …

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The Best GPUs for 1080p, 1440p and 4K

The consumer graphics card market is competitive after a fairly long hiatus. AMD has finally let go of the GCN architecture, giving way to the RDNA powered Navi design built from the ground up for gaming. NVIDIA, on the other hand, is trying its best to get ray-tracing featured in almost all the upcoming AAA …

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GPUs and other co-processors will provide strong boost to Artificial Intelligence

Artificial intelligence (AI) may seem to be a fashionable buzzword these days, but the term was first coined at Dartmouth College in New Hampshire more than 50 years ago. Since then, AI has evolved considerably from its rarefied academic beginnings. Generally understood to be the animating technology by which machines mimic the cognitive functions …

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VMware and Nvidia partner to simplify virtualised GPUs

Nvidia announced its new enterprise software product, vComputeServer, which has been developed and optimised for use with VMware’s vSphere. Last week, VMware announced its intention to acquire Carbon Black and Pivotal, in a massive deal that will expand the company’s SaaS offerings, while enhancing its ability to enable digital transformation for customers. Before the dust …

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Google Cloud Now Offers Low-Cost Preemptible GPUs

Businesses using Google’s cloud computing services for resource hungry GPU processes can now avail of a lower cost option recently launched by the company. To sweeten the deal, the new feature, which was already launched as a beta version, is offered to companies at a significant discount. However, there is a catch—Google has the right …

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