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The Tesla K80 offers twice the power of its K40 predecessor

Nvidia has unveiled its latest graphics offering in the form of the Tesla K80 dual-GPU. The new card, which is designed for professional applications, doubles the performance of its K40 predecessor, and packs some impressive specs including a full 24 GB graphics memory.  Read More

The Graphics Amplifier provides a powerful, if somewhat limited tool for upping notebook g...

Every PC gaming aficionado knows that no matter how high the price tag, a notebook will never quite be able to match a desktop computer when it comes to raw power. Alienware’s Graphics Amplifier provides a simple solution to the issue, allowing users to easily turbo-boost their notebook performance while at home.  Read More

AMD's latest flagship graphics card sits directly between NVIDIA's rival Titan GPUs

AMD has revealed the Radeon R9 295X2, the flagship card in its latest range of gamer-centric GPUs. The new card features a powerful dual-GPU setup that utilizes factory-fitted liquid cooling and boasts a full 8GB memory. The GPU is aimed to compete with NVIDIA's rival Titan cards  Read More

According to the European PUFFIN project, uniquely identifiable computer hardware, such as...

The anonymity of the internet is both a blessing and a curse. Not only does it make it easy to pretend you’re someone else and live out a harmless fantasy online, it also makes it relatively easy for someone else to pretend they’re you and run up a hefty credit card bill or the like with nothing but a few key pieces of personally identifiable information. European researchers propose a more secure form of online user authentication that uses common computer hardware to identify specific users.  Read More

The NVIDIA Quadro K5000 offers massive power for Mac Pro users

NVIDIA just announced that its Quadro K5000 video card is coming to Mac Pro computers later this year. The K5000 is billed as "the most powerful professional-class GPU ever for the Macintosh," and based on the specifications announced for this monster, that is quite believable.  Read More

Nvidia says its new GeForce GTX 690 Dual-GPU video card is the fastest consumer graphics c...

Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang chose his keynote address at the Nvidia Game Festival in Shanghai last week to unveil the Nvidia GeForce GTX 690 Dual-GPU video card. Powered by dual 28 nm Kepler architecture-based GeForce GPUs, the GTX 690 delivers what Huang claims is, “the highest performance of any graphics card in history.”  Read More

AMD Radeon HD 7970 utilizes AMD ZeroCore Power technology, which allows to reduce power co...

AMD has taken the wraps of the Radeon HD 7970 graphics card. Billed as the world's fastest single GPU graphics card and the only GPU based on 28nm production technology, the new arrival pushes AMD ahead of NVIDIA in terms of miniaturization. The HD 7970 uses a new Graphics Core Next (GCN) architecture that AMD says results in a 150 percent performance/sq mm jump over the previous 40nm-based generation, is compatible with PCI Express 3.0 and features 3GB of GDDR5 memory and 925MHz engine clock. It also supports Direct3D 11.1 to be released with Windows 8.  Read More

The new Radeon HD 6990 GPU from AMD is claimed to be the fastest single graphics card in t...

Not too long ago, we were all salivating at the release of NVIDIA's GTX 580 graphics card and scrambling to make the most of the world's fastest Direct X GPU. Now AMD has bounced back with the announcement that its new Radeon HD 6990 card has beaten NVIDIA's 3DMark 11 performance score in industry standard benchmark testing for a single graphics card. AMD says that its new powerhouse GPU is able to automatically unlock higher clock speeds, features technology aimed at giving gamers the best possible visual experience, and supports a number of different display options, including expanding the field of view over five monitors with Eyefinity technology.  Read More

ASUS' gaming wing, the Republic of Gamers, has revealed its new line-up of notebooks, main...

ASUS Republic of Gamers came out in force at CeBIT 2011 to launch some new additions to its gaming range. On show were some new notebooks, a couple of motherboards, graphics cards, a 3D monitor, a router and some headsets. Features of note include a wide-viewing-angle, glasses-free 3D experience from one of the notebooks, XONAR audio and 802.11n on a Black Edition mainboard, and a Wireless-N router that can support simultaneous connections for lag-free, online gaming.  Read More

MSI's new low noise, low heat N480GTX Twin Frozr II graphics card

In spite of sporting a couple of cooling fans whirring away, MSI claims that its new N480GTX Twin Frozr II graphics card offers quiet performance as well as low operating temperatures. The card features thicker heat pipes, military-grade components and support for the latest NVIDIA video technologies. Based on the new PCI Express 2.0 bus architecture, it also benefits from 1536MB of high-speed onboard graphics memory, a couple of DVI ports and an HDMI port.  Read More

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