Nvidia’s CEO recently stated that we should not expect the company’s next-gen GPUs in a “long time”. Now we have an estimate on how long we have to wait before the GTX 11-series shows up in gaming laptops.
Nvidia’s press conference at CES wasn’t just about the company’s upcoming (and very cool) portable gaming console Project Shield. The company also talked about GRID, which is a new streaming service that lets you play PC games just about everywhere,...
Moore’s Law is apparently still valid as far as Intel is concerned. The chip giant is already well ahead of the competition and intends to trample it yet again by moving to a 14nm production process while competitors like AMD...
If you are currently playing or plan on playing Black Ops 2, Hitman Absolution, Assassin’s Creed III or Planetside 2, you should definitely consider the latest 310.61 beta driver from Nvidia. Nvidia’s developers have just published a new beta driver for GeForce...
JBerg / November 22, 2012
…and the flagship model is just one of the mobile GPUs that Nvidia will be renaming this year.
Intel’s next-generation Ivy Bridge processors will start to trickle out in April, but some details about the successor Haswell, due in 2013, have already surfaced. It seems that Intel continues its valiant struggle towards integrated graphics that suck slightly less.
In case you haven’t noticed, the latest shooter from DICE/EA looks amazing, and for the same reason it’s also very demanding.
The performance of Nvidia’s next-generation (28nm) mobile Kepler architecture is no longer a secret. Some benchmarks have surfaced for the mid-range GT 640M and they look very promising.
Nvidia promises improvements for Skyrim, Diablo III and Mass Effect 3 in the latest 295.73 drivers (WHQL).
JBerg / February 21, 2012
Not only is Nvidia’s latest 28nm “Kepler” GPU parts shipping to laptop manufacturers, the latest news is that it will end up in ultrabooks.