Coming in StormX and Dual series versions
Following Nvidia's announcement last night, Palit has announced its own versions of the Geforce RTX 3060 graphics card that will be available in its recognizable Dual and StormX series versions.
Now with Geforce RTX 30-series Laptop GPUs
Razer is updating its Blade 15 and Blade Pro 17 laptops with some new hardware, namely, Nvidia's latest Geforce RTX 30-series Laptop GPUs.
Geforce RTX 3080, RTX 3070, and RTX 3060 Laptop GPUs
Nvidia came to CES 2021 in force, and the star of the show is the new Geforce RTX 30 series for laptops, bringing Ampere architecture with sub-150W design to gaming laptops with Geforce RTX 3080, RTX 3070, and RTX 3060 Laptop GPUs.
GA106 GPU with 3584 CUDA cores at $329
Nvidia has officially announced its Geforce RTX 3060 graphics card and it comes with 12GB of GDDR6 memory and should pack a significant punch at $329 when it launches in late February.
Although the holes were rather small we had to count them all
The GPU maker named after a Roman vengence daemon, Nvidia, has released security updates to address six security vulnerabilities found in Windows and Linux GPU display drivers, as well as ten additional flaws affecting the Nvidia Virtual GPU (vGPU) management software.
Fixes some bugs, mostly for the aging GTX 1080 Ti
Nvidia has released its latest Geforce 461.09 WHQL driver, and although it does not bring any game optimizations, it does fix a lot of problems, especially on the GTX 1080 Ti.
Britain's competition watchdog has launched an investigation into the $40 billion takeover of the UK-based chip designer ARM by the GPU maker named after a Roman vengeance daemon Nvidia.
Much more GPCs compared to Ampere
According to the latest set of rumors, Nvidia's next graphics architecture, named after Ada Lovelace, could pack an impressive amount of CUDA cores, with up 12 GPCs.
Coming with 20GB of GDDR6X memory
According to the latest report, it appears Nvidia's upcoming RTX 3080 Ti has been pushed back to February next year.
Senators write a stiff letter
Republican Senator Marco Rubio and Democratic Representative Jim McGovern sent letters to Intel and Nvidia seeking information on the sale of advanced computer chips allegedly used by China to conduct mass surveillance on Uighurs in the country’s remote Xinjiang region.