Brief video teaser gives birth to speculation
Nvidia has released a rather enigmatic and short video teaser with a brief glimpse at the Titan X Collector’s Edition sign on the shroud.
Snubs its card partners
GPU maker named after a Roman vengeance demon, Nvidia, has delivered a big snub to its card making partners and put its new high-end card, the Titan X into the channel
Based on cut-down GP102 Pascal GPU
Nvidia has already announced that it will have some major announcements at the CES 2017 and it appears that the GP102-based GTX 1080 Ti could be a part of that keynote.
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.
Review: Manually updating from 7 / 8.1 to Windows 10
Windows 10 is officially available and you can get it as a free upgradeif you own a genuine version of Windows 7 or Windows 8.1. Microsoft has said that it will roll out the updates in waves and there is no way to know when it will be your turn.
Dealing blows with the GTX 980 Ti
AMD has now officially lifted the NDA veil from its latest graphics card flagship, the Radeon R9 Fury X, and according to first reviews, the new Fiji GPU is trading blows with Nvidia's Geforce GTX 980 Ti, rather than the Titan X, and has a quite limited overclocking potential.
Trading blows with Titan X
As we draw closer to the official unveil of AMD's Radeon 300 series lineup and the Radeon Fury flagship lineup, it does not come as a surprise that we now have some of the first unconfirmed 3DMark results where alleged Radeon Fury X graphics card is trading blows with the Geforce Titan X.
28nm GM200 GPU with 2816 CUDA cores
As expected and rumored earlier, Nvidia has officially launched its newest high-end Geforce graphics card, the Geforce GTX 980 Ti.
Geforce GTX Titan X with 6GB of memory
The pcoming Nvidia Geforce GTX 980 Ti should be based on a GM200-310 GPU and pack 6GB of GDDR5 memory.
Kepler-class Titan for FP32
A lot of people were disappointed by the fact that Nvidia’s Titan X didn’t come with a better Dual Precision performance unit.