Pascal goes mobile
Today on the expo floor at SIGGRAPH 2016, Nvidia was showing off its new but unannounced Pascal based mobile Quadro thing.
We told you so
Nvidia just sent us an official note that the company has its 11 teraflops, 12 billion transistor Pascal based Titan X card and will start start flogging it on 2 August for $1200.
By ex ATI, AMD now Nvidia engineer at Hot Chips
The Hot Chips conference that takes place in the last weeks of August will be a fun place to be. Among many others topics, Nvidia plans to talk about its Tegra-Next System-on-Chip.
Faster than Radeon RX 480
As announced earlier, Nvidia has officially lifted the NDA off its Geforce GTX 1060 allowing sites to publish reviews which also means that retailers/e-tailers now have the green light to start selling the new graphics card.
Earlier rumors suggest it had fewer CUDA cores
Earlier this week, a leak suggested that the alleged 3GB version of the Geforce GTX 1060 could pack less CUDA cores than the 6GB version of the same card and today, a fresh leak claims that Nvidia has decided not to launch it at all, but rather use that GPU for the GTX 1050 in December.
Turbo, Dual and Strix Gaming
Following Nvidia's official announcement of the mid-range Pascal-based GTX 1060 graphics card, Asus is tempting us with no less than three upcoming custom GTX 1060 graphics cards.
Baked into Pascal
Nvidia has been showing off its new rendering technology which it has backed into the latest series of ‘Pascal’ GPUs.
Retail availability and reviews coming on July 19
Nvidia has now officially unveiled its third Pascal-based graphics card, the mid-range Geforce GTX 1060, which will have an MSRP of US $249.
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.
Best-selling high card in history sources claim
Many of our colleagues were writing about the shortage of Nvidia Geforce GTX 1080 and 1070 cards and they got things mostly right. Our multiple sources close to AIB partners told us that the 1080 is the bestselling high-end card in the history of GPU.