I had a small wager sitting on the fact that when the RX 480 was released that there would be a mysterious leak of benchmarks that proved that Nvidia’s Pascal-based GTX 1060 was much better even when it had not been released.
Company burning the midnight oil
AMD is burning the midnight oil fixing a problem on its new Polaris card which it thought was not an issue last week.
Possible launch on July 7th
Earlier rumors that Nvidia has pulled the Geforce GTX 1060 launch forward to July might be true as an alleged set of slides with full specifications and performance details has leaked online.
1000 Geforce GTX 1080 at launch
OcUK, the Overclockers UK has sold more than 1000 Radeon RX 480 cards at launch. Although to be fair to Nvidia, the etailer added that they also managed to shift 1000 Geforce GTX 1080 cards on their launch too [so much for the rumour that Nvidia sampled only small volume to the etailers.ed]
Short PCB and similar blower-style fan
It appears that there is some truth in the recent rumors that Nvidia wants the GTX 1060 on the market as soon as possible since that same graphics cards was spotted in Hong Kong retail.
Industry sources confirm supply rumours are a myth
The dark satanic rumour mill is flat out claiming that TSMC is getting the blame for a shortage of GTX 1080 and GTX 1070 supply issues. However Fudzilla's own sources have been on the blower to say that is untrue, the lack of availability are generated by exceptionally great sales.
Kicking off early
AMD and Nvidia fanboys are expected to battle each other to death on Fudzilla’s comments section as AMD readies to launch its new Polaris-based Radeon RX 480 graphics card.
Coming in four versions with LED lit EVGA logo
EVGA has now officially launched its new and redesigned High Bandwidth (HB) SLI bridges that should double the SLI performance on the new Pascal-based GTX 10 series graphics cards.
72-processors ready for AI
Chipzilla has announced that its 72-processor Xeon Phi now boots as a stand-alone, rather than as a coprocessor and can carry out multiprocessing tasks.