One to have for Grounded and Horizon: Zero Dawn
AMD has released its latest Radeon Software Adrenalin 2020 Edition 20.8.1 graphics driver which brings several optimizations for new games as well as fixes some bugs.
Outlines Exascale Vision for a decade
Intel has been part of the Hollywood production scene for more than a decade, but it hA just decided to give us a bit more details about the present and the future of the movie production, all part of the Exascale vision set by Raja Koduri, Jim Keller and Jim Jeffers.
Signs a partnership for RDNA graphics architecture and more
AMD and Samsung have announced a surprising "strategic partnership" which will give Samsung access to custom graphics IP based on AMD's new RDNA graphics architecture for use in mobile devices as well as access to other AMD technologies.
Shows off test “designs.”
Intel wants to improve the user experience of the Intel Graphics Command Center by bringing in modern UI design with customisable skins.
AI is the elephant in the room
First of all, I want to apologise to all the hard-working people that worked so many hours on the production and material of the keynote, this is not about you. Everyone did a great job, but the content picked was mostly just utterly boring.
More holes than Blackburn Lancashire
Chipzilla has patched several high-severity vulnerabilities in its graphics drivers for Windows 10, which could lead to code execution.
About what everyone expected
The chipmaker named after a Roman vengeance daemon, Nvidia, expects revenues for its fiscal 2020 year to be “flat or down slightly” from the $11.7 billion it recorded in the just-ended fiscal year.
Brings default Adaptive Sync support on some monitors
As promised and detailed earlier, Nvidia has released its newest Geforce 417.71 WHQL graphics driver which brings support for the Geforce RTX 2060 graphics cards as well as brings the so-called G-Sync Compatible Support, or VESA Adaptive Sync support on some monitors.
From Teraflops to Petaflops
Intel organized an architecture day on the late Robert Noyce’s estate, a founder of Fairchild Semiconductor and Intel, a $22 million estate where Intel used to have its board meetings. At this symbolic landmark, Intel’s Raja Koduri, Jim Keller, Murthy as well as dozen other engineers gave the press an overview in 10nm, future GPUs, FPGAs and server products.
Darren Mcphee joins Intel's Discrete Graphics group
It appears that some ex-AMD chaps have managed to draw in yet another ex-AMD guy to Intel, with Darren McPhee joining the blue camp as the Product Marketing Manager in Intel's Discrete Graphics group.