GPUs

This time last year we saw the launch of Radeon Crimson. This was AMD’s big attempt to state that a yearly cadence for software features was a good thing, and helped streamline the process for the number of initiatives that AMD participates in when it comes to GPUs. This year the update is called ‘Crimson ReLive’, and features a number of updates such as integrating the professional aspect of Radeon Pro into the cadence, a push towards VR features, and additional elements to gamers/streamers and even screen recording for professional software.

NVIDIA @ SC15: US NOAA to Build Tesla Weather Research Cluster

Continuing with our coverage of today’s spate of SC15 announcements, we have NVIDIA. Having already launched their Tesla M40 and M4 server cards last week to get ahead of...

15 by Ryan Smith on 11/16/2015

AMD @ SC15: Boltzmann Initiative Announced - C++ and CUDA Compilers for AMD GPUs

The second in our major SC15 announcements comes from AMD, who is taking to the show to focus on the HPC capabilities of their FirePro S line of server...

20 by Ryan Smith on 11/16/2015

NVIDIA Announces Tesla M40 & M4 Server Cards - Data Center Machine Learning

Slowly but steadily NVIDIA has been rotating in Maxwell GPUs into the company’s lineup of Tesla server cards. Though Maxwell is not well-suited towards the kind of high precision...

24 by Ryan Smith on 11/10/2015

NVIDIA Announces Record Revenue for Q3 FY 2016

Today NVIDIA announced their earnings for the third quarter of their fiscal year 2016 (yes their fiscal year is almost a full year ahead of calendar) and the company...

49 by Brett Howse on 11/5/2015

GlobalFoundries and AMD Announce First 14nm FinFET Sample Production Success

GlobalFoundries, AMD’s former chip manufacturing arm, is a fab that has seen some hard times. After being spun-off from AMD in 2009, the company has encountered repeated trouble releasing...

58 by Ryan Smith on 11/5/2015

NVIDIA Launches NVS 810 Digital Signage Video Card

Entry level multi-display workstations aren’t a market that gets anywhere near the amount of attention that many of us are used to seeing in other markets. Never the less...

38 by Daniel Williams on 11/4/2015

AMD Announces Radeon Crimson Driver Branding & New Settings Control Panel

It was just under two months ago that AMD announced the major restructuring of their graphics division, which would see the graphics division made whole once again, more than...

88 by Ryan Smith on 11/2/2015

GeForce + Radeon: Previewing DirectX 12 Multi-Adapter with Ashes of the Singularity

Today we'll be taking an initial look into the unorthodox multi-GPU capabilities of DirectX 12. Developer Oxide Games, who is responsible for the popular Star Swarm demo we looked...

180 by Ryan Smith on 10/26/2015

ARM Announces Mali-470 GPU: Low Power For Wearables & More

One of the more surprising facts we learned from ARM when we sat down with them last year to discuss their Mali GPU architecture was just how successful the...

11 by Ryan Smith on 10/20/2015

NVIDIA GeForce Experience Update: 4K GameStream & 1080p Twitch; Driver Update Changes To Come

Since launching their GeForce Experience software utility over two years ago, NVIDIA has continued to iterate on it in a fairly regular fashion. Along with its software update and...

54 by Ryan Smith on 10/15/2015

AMD Releases Catalyst 15.10 Beta Drivers

In a manner that appears it may be building momentum, AMD has released another new driver update. As this is a point driver release the changes aren't immense, but...

45 by Daniel Williams on 10/14/2015

AMD Corporate Fellow Phil Rogers Leaves Company, Joins NVIDIA

With respect to both structure and personnel, the last few months have been busy – if not tumultuous – for AMD. The company recently reorganized itself so that their...

83 by Ryan Smith on 10/13/2015

Samsung/NVIDIA Case Update: US ITC Finds Samsung GPUs Non-Infringing

Following a six month lull in the ongoing legal battle between NVIDIA and Samsung over GPU updates, there is finally some new movement on the case. After previously receiving...

17 by Ryan Smith on 10/12/2015

NVIDIA Releases 358.50 Game Ready Drivers For Star Wars Battlefront

Due for wide release tomorrow is the Star Wars Battlefront Beta, a technical test for the game being run ahead of the game's full launch in November. As is...

20 by Ryan Smith on 10/7/2015

NVIDIA Launches "Bullets or Blades" Geforce Bundle - Assassin’s Creed Syndicate or Rainbow Six Siege

The beginning of last month concluded NVIDIA's Summer GeForce Game Bundle. The months to come bring a rush of big budget games fighting to squeeze in before the holiday...

4 by Daniel Williams on 10/7/2015

HSA Foundation Update: More HSA Hardware Coming Soon

When AMD set about bringing their CPU/GPU fusion initiative to life with the Heterogeneous System Architecture (HSA) earlier this decade, one point AMD made early-on was that while they...

20 by Ryan Smith on 10/6/2015

AMD Announces FirePro Mobile W7170M, W5170M, & W5130M

In what’s turning out to be a busy week for mobile workstation announcements, AMD is announcing this week that they are launching three new FirePro Mobile parts. This latest...

11 by Ryan Smith on 10/2/2015

AMD Releases Catalyst 15.9.1 Beta Drivers

In a rare episode for AMD we get to see a second beta driver release in the same week. Earlier this week (Tuesday September 29th) AMD had released their...

11 by Daniel Williams on 10/2/2015

AMD Updates Embedded Radeon GPU Line, Releases Radeon E8950, E8870, & E6465

Given the long-term nature of AMD’s embedded graphics business, updates to the Embedded Radeon lineup of discrete video cards are fewer and farther between for AMD. But in turn...

7 by Ryan Smith on 10/1/2015

NVIDIA Announces Maxwell-Based Quadro M Mobile Series

By and large we erroneously tend to think of NVIDIA’s Quadro family of video cards as desktop video cards. While NVIDA has offered mobile Quadro cards for nearly a...

7 by Ryan Smith on 10/1/2015

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