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Nvidia and Microsoft unveiled blueprints for a new hyperscale GPU accelerator to drive AI cloud computing.
Review roundup: Titan X performance at a lower price
Nvidia officially unveiled the new Geforce GTX 1080 Ti at the GDC 2017 show last week but today, we get to check out the first reviews of this GP102-equipped beast, and it appears that this is currently the fastest graphics card in our solar system and offers Titan X performance for a fraction of the price.
RGB lighting and possible VR-link
Gigabyte has released a teaser of its upcoming custom GTX 1080 Ti graphics card that will obviously be a part of its new Aorus series and should feature both RGB lighting as well as a couple of other exclusive features.
An itsy bitsy teeny weeny mobile super brain
Nvidia has been showing off its Jetson TX2 mini supercomputer, which is a tiny PC that is designed for artificial intelligence (AI).
The most advanced consumer GPU gets over a 40 percent price cut
Nvidia is one of those companies in Silicon Valley that always has one more trick up its sleeve prior to announcing a new roadmap for its consumer and enterprise product lines. In the case of Geforce Pascal, it has now managed to introduce a new flagship that not only surpasses the previous flagship’s performance in every category except for compute (check), but it has also lowered the price by nearly 60 percent.
But will it be too late?
Rumours are starting to come in that Nvidia’s coming Volta will give AMD's Radeon RX Vega a good kicking thanks to Taiwan Semiconductor’s 12 nm fabrication process over Vega's 14 nm.
With new triple-fan iCX Technology cooler
EVGA has sent out neat teasers about its upcoming custom GTX 1080 Ti FTW3 graphics card which will use the new iCX cooler.
Asus, MSI, Inno3D and others
It did not take long for Nvidia AIC partners, like Asus, MSI, Inno3D and others to start showing and teasing its upcoming custom versions of the recently announced Nvidia GTX 1080 Ti graphics card.
GTX 1080 and GTX 1060 with faster memory
During its GDC 2017 event held yesterday, Nvidia announced that its AIC partners will be able to use new memory chips on GTX 1080 and GTX 1060 graphics cards, allowing them to give a slight performance boost.