» Posts tagged with "NVIDIA"
Posts tagged with "NVIDIA"
May. 20 |
AMD gains market share on Nvidia, despite a down quarter for PCs.
Graphics add-in board (AIB) shipments rose during 1Q13 on a sequential basis, according to new market data released today by Jon Peddie Research (JPR). Year over year AIB shipments were...
May. 17 |
AMD revenue was flat, and Intel was down. The overall market was down 2.9% sequentially.
Graphics chips and boards sales in the first quarter of 2013 were not robust. Of the three top vendors, only Nvidia sales were up quarter to quarter, AMD and Intel...
May. 16 |
Dell’s first SFF workstation is the first to market with the latest generation of Intel CPUs.
By Tom Lansford
Today Dell revealed details of their newest additions to the Precision professional workstations. The two product introductions continue Dell’s...
May. 7 |
The Lenovo C30 stands apart from all other workstations as the only small form factor dual-socket workstation on the market.
By Alex Herrera
In our nearly two decades tracking the market and researching its technology, we’ve reviewed plenty of workstations....
Apr. 10 |
The consumer PC powerhouse is also launching a new server line. The new product lines are standardizing on Nvidia GPUs and Intel Xeon CPUs.
One of the biggest names in consumer PC technology is finally launching two commercial lines for workstations and...
Apr. 3 |
Modeling the Beauford Scale of wind speed and its effect on the ocean in real-time physics.
At GTC I thought I was going to be sick—it was nothing but rocking and rolling. The water was pitching, and spraying, and the boat was going up and down and...
Apr. 3 |
Facial animation technology is advancing on several fronts. We profile several teams and products on the cutting edge.
By Kathleen Maher
Facial animation is a very tough business for a number of reasons. When we talk to each other we watch other’s faces...
Mar. 29 |
The stock edition is a great board, but the overclocked versions rate two thumbs up from our reviewers.
By Harrison Garovi and Robert Dow
Jon Peddie Research
The word “intimidating” still only applies to one graphics card, the MSI Mars II, which was...
Mar. 26 |
Oscar-winner Douglas Trumbull is among a handful of technologists working on new technologies to transform cinema. But adoption is not certain.
The visual effects in Douglas Trumbull’s “Silent Running” were state-of-the-art in 1972.
Mar. 19 |
3D CAD and digital content creation are among targeted users. SolidWorks was part of the main stage presentation at Nvidia’s GPU Technology Conference for the reveal.
Nvidia today made good on past promises, announcing its new Nvidia Grid Visual...