Turing meets the GTX series
According to rumors floating around the net, Nvidia is preparing a real successor to the GTX 1060, the Turing-based GTX 1660 Ti.
Coming later this month for a cool $2,499
Just as teased earlier, Nvidia has officially announced the new Titan RTX graphics, providing an impressive 130 Tensor TFLOPs performance and packing 24GB of GDDR6 memory.
Great that they can do Ray Tracing
Graphics experts very close to what's happening have shared an interesting thesis that helped Nvidia justify the transistors spent in Turing RT cores. It is all about AI and the next generation data workloads.
Affordable RTX comes to workstation professionals
Nvidia has announced its latest Quadro RTX series graphics card, the Quadro RTX 4000, which will bring RTX to workstation professionals at a rather affordable price of under $1,000.
The least expensive Turing around
Nvidia has now confirmed that the Geforce RTX 2070 will be shipping on October 17th, with the price starting at $499.
Review: Ray-tracing, plenty of performance and bright future for gaming
Back at a dedicated event during Gamescom 2018 in Cologne, Germany, Nvidia officially unveiled the new Geforce RTX series and the Turing GPU, but only gave a glimpse of what is coming and what it will mean for future gaming, and that future is bright in our book.
Brings 4K HDR 60Hz on a single card
Nvidia has decided to share some of the details regarding the performance of its upcoming Geforce RTX 20-series, specifically for the Geforce RTX 2080, which should roughly end up around 1.5x to 2x faster than the previous generation.
Growth across all departments
Nvidia has released its financial report for the second quarter of fiscal 2019, reporting revenues of $3.12 billion, as well as growth in revenue from every department in the company.
June 23 would have been Alan Turing’s birthday and Nvidia used Donald Trump's only was of communication, Twitter, to tease us about a possible new codename. We heard Turing is the name for the new architecture from independent sources we've know for years, nay, decades.
Geforce Partner Program RIP
Geforce Partner Program is officially terminated, as of last Friday, and it makes Nvidia look guilty as hell. Nvidia - a massively dominating player - has close to 75 percent of discrete market share, but this varies up and down from quarter to quarter. Some report that regulators got involved and started looking at GPP. Once you have 75 percent plus market share in anything, you don't want regulators to knock on your doors.