All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘GPUs’

Nvidia Announces GeForce GTX Titan Z, Costs $3,000

PC gamers are usually characterized as jerks with a superiority complex that are never happy with their current machines. While that may be true for some, the majority of PC gamers are quite happy with their modest setups that can play most games on max settings. The enthusiast PC gamer is out there though and Nvidia has just unveiled a …

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Here’s What AMD Has In Store For 2014

For the past several years, AMD has always played second fiddle to Intel when it came to CPUs. Recently, the company has been moving away from the CPU market to APUs – CPUs that have a GPU on the same die. At CES 2014, AMD remained committed to its new strategy. Gavin Gear from the Extreme Windows blog got a …

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Surprise: Batman Arkham Origins Will Look Best On The PC

Batman: Arkham City will not be getting a next-gen version when it releases later this year as the development team has decided to focus entirely on current gen consoles. That being said, there will be some next-gen features in the PC version of the game. In the latest Arkham Origins trailer, the developers show off the game running on Nvidia’s …

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Nvidia GeForce GTX 660 Ti Comes With Free Borderlands 2

Are you in the market for a new video card? Are you also looking forward to the release of Borderlands 2? Then does Nvidia have a deal for you. The graphics card manufacturer announced today that their mid-range 600 series GPU, the 660 Ti, is now available. The card comes with a MSRP of $299 and it’s by far the …

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Nvidia Set To Launch GeForce GTX 660Ti In August

Nvidia has been on fire lately. They have successfully launched the latest line of graphics cards in their 600 series and have continuously reduced the price of these cards through incremental downgrades that don’t seem to affect the performance whatsoever. Case in point: the 670 and 680 have negligible differences in power yet there’s a $100 price difference. The latest …

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ARM Announces Next Generation GPU For Android Devices

The GPU is the driving force behind the games and video that people enjoy on tablets. Unfortunately, a good GPU can drive the price up of a tablet to unforeseen levels. While getting a cheaper tablet ensures that you’re going to have a bad time. ARM hopes to remedy both problems by offering performance at a good price. ARM announced …

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Linux Kernel Version 3.4 Now Available

It’s always strikes me with awe whenever a new version of the Linux kernel is released. The hours of work that developers put into this product is just kind of mind blowing especially when you consider that a lot of the work is done by volunteers. With the newest release, Linux is once again moving forward at a pace unmatched …

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Nvidia Reveals The GeForce GTX 690

Did you know that Nvidia holds a gaming festival in China? Even if you did, you probably ignored its existence until the company started to post cryptic images on their Facebook page. The company was teasing some big announcements to come out of a keynote from Nvidia CEO Jen Hsun-Huang. Long story short: It was an embarrassment of a keynote …

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Nvidia GeForce GTX 670Ti Specs Leaked

Nvidia made quite a splash last month with the launch of its new GTX 600 series line with the GTX 680. It was an impressive card that added many new features to PC gaming including automatic voltage control for a better gaming experience. The 680 was just one card out of many though and we’re still waiting for details on …

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Gamers Pave The Way For Cheap Cancer Research

Gamers are somewhat reviled by the media and politicians as being violent psychopaths who use violent first-person shooters and other “murder simulators” to play out acts that may lead to real life consequences. Those extreme graphics causing all the violence, however, may end up saving lives. A research lab at Wake Forest University is using graphic processing units to simulate …

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