Popular Nvidia Articles for 2011
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This year at CES, HP showed off an impressive new technology at the Earth, Wind and Fire concert they organized in partnership with Monster. Code-named "Pluribus" (the Latin roughly translates[...]
Nvidia has released its AMD Radeon HD 6990 competitor, the dual-GPU GeForce GTX 590. ASUS is one of the first vendors to introduce its own version of the card. It[...]
Why should cell phones and tablets have all the fun? Tiny PC maker CompuLab is bringing NVIDIA's super low power Tegra 2 chipset to the nettop world. Fit-PC is known[...]
Nintendo's Wii could hardly be considered anything but a runaway success. The system's lower cost and novel control mechanism allowed it to shoot past its HD competition and sell over[...]
Today NVIDIA announced that Intel has agreed to pay big green in the sum of $1.5 billion in order to facilitate the cross-licensing of several patents. The big news? New[...]
Nvidia representatives were staying tight-lipped about Kal-El and Kepler at E3 2011, but they were still more than happy to show off and discuss the company's recent endeavors.
Some may question the wisdom of releasing a card with so scant a market niche as the GeForce GTX 560 (no Ti). The new 560 sits just in between the[...]
A Chinese site recently turned up pictures of an older NVIDIA video card featuring honest-to-god dual-GPU chips on board. Traditionally the purview of AMD/ATI, this dual-GPU GeForce never came to[...]
AMD might be selling more graphics chips, but NVIDIA is the current king of the 3D arena. Part of that is due to the way they've successfully marketed their slick[...]
Small office and home office workers want the same return on investment from technology solutions as the bigger players. "In the end, it's all about having that home court[...]