All roads leading to Rome
The company named after a Roman vengence daemon, Nvidia, is shoving its rival AMD's EPYC 2 (code-named Rome) technology under the bonnet of its DGX A100, the third generation AI system.
Earlier pictures might be real as Nvidia hunts for the leak
There were a couple of leaks of Nvidia's upcoming RTX Ampere lineup during the weekend, and it appears these could be real as Nvidia is now hunting for the leak. In the meantime, we now have a bit more information about the upcoming lineup.
No great shakes after all
Intel's crack at a discrete GPU Xe DG1 graphics card has been spotted in a 3DMark benchmark and scored 5,538 in 3DMark’s Fire Strike test (paired with an Intel Core i9-9900K processor) and hit a graphics score of 5,960.
Big cleanup possible as of May 31st
Nvidia is has decided to adopt a new Geforce NOW approach for publishers and while the service has been used by millions of gamers around the world and has over 200 publishers on board, things might change on May 31st.
Game Ready driver for Valorant and DirectX 12 Ultimate
Nvidia has released its latest Geforce 446.14 WHQL driver which brings both support for some new and upcoming games as well as the new Windows 10 May 2020 update with DirectX 12 Ultimate.
Army of AI managed it
Nvidia built an army of AI routines, dubbed GameGAN (short for "generative adversarial networks"), trained to build a playable Pacman game from scratch.
From both Nvidia and AMD
According to a report from Digitimes, next-gen consumer graphics cards from both Nvidia and AMD could launch in September.
Data centres prop up second quarter
Nvidia forecast second-quarter revenue above analysts’ estimates, as demand surges for its chips used in the data centres that power the shift to working remotely because of the new coronavirus outbreak.
To meet growth in enterprise and cloud scale-out workloads.
ConnectX-6 Lx, the 11th generation product in the ConnectX family, is designed to meet the needs of modern data centers, where 25Gb/s connections are becoming standard for handling demanding workflows, such as enterprise applications, AI and real-time analytics.
Two AMD EPYC 7742 64-core/128-thread CPUs
At its digital GPU Technology Conference 2020 which kicked off today, Nvidia officially announced the new Amper architecture based GA100 GPU, including the A100 Tensor Core GPU which will be a part of the DGX A100 AI System, and it appears that that same system will be powered by none other than two AMD EPYC CPUs.