News tagged ‘graphics’
Tuesday, 3 Apr 2012
In a span of just a few weeks, AMD loses yet another top graphics executive as their Director of Client Technology Unit leaves after 12 years in service.
Thursday, 29 Mar 2012
Hot on the heels of the recent launch of NVIDIA GeForce GTX 680 GPU, EVGA announces the arrival of EVGA GeForce GTX 680 Superclocked graphics cards series. Read on to find out more these exciting new cards from EVGA!
Wednesday, 8 Feb 2012
AMD shared its roadmap for the next two years last week on its Financial Analyst Day. Acknowledging Intel's dominance in the desktop CPU market, AMD has its sights set on the flourishing mobile segment.
Thursday, 26 Jan 2012
The specifications of NVIDIA GK104 GPU has been revealed and the GPU is based on NVIDIA's next-generation 28nm Kepler architecture. Kepler was first announced at the GPU Technology Conference in September 2010 and was touted as the worthy successor to Fermi.
Monday, 28 Nov 2011
Japanese website 4Gamer has revealed a detailed roadmap for NVIDIA's upcoming 28nm Kepler GPU desktop offerings and highlights NVIDIA's strategy bottom-to-top strategy for releasing these GPUs.
Tuesday, 1 Nov 2011
Jon Peddie Research (JPR) announced for the 3rd quarter of 2011, Intel's market share of graphics shipments is 60.4%. AMD maintained its share while NVIDIA's slid.
Tuesday, 18 Oct 2011
Like a little pre-Christmas surprise, AMD's first 28nm GPUs may be launched this December. The exact details are not known, but the launch is believed to be symbolic in nature.
Wednesday, 24 Aug 2011
JPR reported that discrete GPU shipments is down 15.2% on a quarter-to-quarter comparison for this year and Nvidia still leads the pack.
Monday, 8 Aug 2011
NVIDIA clarified a previous announcement made by NVIDIA co-founder Chris Malachowksky regarding availability of its next-gen GPU codenamed Kepler. The company stated it will not ship these GPUs in 2011 and the final products will only be available in 2012.
Friday, 5 Aug 2011
Jon Peddie Research (JPR) announced for the 2nd Quarter of 2011, Intel's market share of graphic shipment increased about 20% quarter-to-quarter. AMD also gained market share and NVDIA lost share, vis-a-vis Intel's performance.