Intel might lop off its GPU unit
Published in News
Thursday, 11 August 2022 10:53

Intel might lop off its GPU unit


Losing too much money

Jon Peddie Research thinks Intel might chop its Accelerated Computing Systems and Graphics Group (AXG).

Intel confirms Arc A780 graphics card was never planned
Published in Graphics


A770 remains top

Intel’s Ryan Shrout, part of the Intel marketing group, used his Twitter to confirm that the Arc A780 card never existed.

Crypto winter brings plummeting GPU prices
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Oh dear, how sad, never mind


Falling crypto prices are causing GPU prices to drop below MSRP across the board.

ARM announces Immortalis GPU today
Published in News
Wednesday, 29 June 2022 11:47

ARM announces Immortalis GPU today


Includes ray tracing on mobile

ARM is announcing its new flagship Immortalis GPU today, its first to include hardware-based ray tracing on mobile.

Arm details client roadmap until 2024
Published in Mobiles
Tuesday, 28 June 2022 18:17

Arm details client roadmap until 2024


Analysis:
Multi cluster nodes for the future

Arm has organized an in-person event for the willing, senior management, and engineering groups from different CPU and GPU groups with a lot to share.

Intel flagship Arc desktop GPU shows up at IEM 2022
Published in Graphics


Desktop Alchemist behind a dual-fan design

While we have already seen the flagship Intel Arc desktop graphics card in a teaser video, it made a surprise appearance at the Intel Extreme Masters (IEM) 2022 in Dallas, USA

GPU shipments down in Q1 2022
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Thursday, 02 June 2022 17:20

GPU shipments down in Q1 2022


But the future looks good

Jon Peddie Research (JPR) has released its report for Q1 2022 GPU shipments, which reached 96 million units, or a drop of 6.2 percent.

GPUs start to reach MSRP
Published in Graphics
Tuesday, 31 May 2022 13:02

GPUs start to reach MSRP


Two years of inflated prices over

The current generation of RTX Ampere and RDNA 2 GPUs from Nvidia and AMD are about to reach MSRP levels.

Nvidia publishes Linux GPU kernel modules
Published in Graphics


Promises to maintain it

Nvidia, which is named after a Roman vengeance daemon, is publishing their Linux GPU kernel modules as open-source and has sworn by its dark gods to maintain them.

It is confirmed GPU prices are dropping
Published in Graphics
Tuesday, 29 March 2022 12:36

It is confirmed GPU prices are dropping


Asus states across the board cuts

It is starting to look like the days of GPU prices being high due to shortages could be a thing of the past.