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Review: Nvidia Quadro K1200

Review: Nvidia Quadro K1200

  Nvidia responds to the growing market for small form factor workstations with a compact entry-level upsell GPU. By Alex Herrera It is typically the big, powerful GPUs from AMD and Nvidia that showcase the next generation of new performance. But the top-end add-in boards (AIBs) are not the high-volume sales leaders. Although AIBs like […]

Nvidia to acquire TransGaming game portability technology

Nvidia to acquire TransGaming game portability technology

Nvidia pays $3.75 million to speed up the porting of games to its Android Shield environment. Nvidia is acquiring technology assets and related customer lists from Canadian software house TransGaming Inc. (TSX VENTURE: TNG). Nvidia will use the new tech to strengthen its gaming initiatives, including porting existing games for their new line of Android Shield devices. […]

V-Ray for 3ds Max update supports Oculus Rift and Samsung Gear

V-Ray for 3ds Max update supports Oculus Rift and Samsung Gear

The update also enhances GPU ray tracing and volume rendering. Chaos Group is getting on the virtual reality (VR) bandwagon in a big way, starting with its update of V-Ray for Autodesk 3ds Max. Version 3.2 adds VR rendering capabilities and multiple V-Ray GPU ray tracing enhancements. This free update—now available—also includes improved volume rendering, […]

A quick look at Nvidia Quadro K5200

A quick look at Nvidia Quadro K5200

Viewperf scores don’t tell the whole story. By Alex Herrera Our recent review of the P900 (see “Review: Lenovo ThinkStation P900: Alex Herrera examines the most powerful deskside workstation we’ve ever tested”) gave us a chance to look at another, relatively new product geared to the high-demand visual com­puting professional: Nvidia’s Quadro K5200 AIB. That […]

Comparing Fujitsu Celsius M740 and R940 workstations

Comparing Fujitsu Celsius M740 and R940 workstations

Two powerful workstations from the same vendor: which is the right choice for you? By Tom Lansford CADplace Fujitsu offers two powerful desktop workstation. How do these systems compare head-to-head? CADplace put both through the paces. Most often, the question engineers face when choosing a workstation is not “which brand” but “which model.” At Fujitsu, the […]

Venue set for JPR gaming hardware press conference

Venue set for JPR gaming hardware press conference

SF Green Space on Mission will host the JPR Dessert and Data session. Two EVGA boards will be given away. Jon Peddie Research (JPR) has announced the location of its Dessert and Data press conference as part of its participation in the 2015 Game Developers Conference. Dr. Jon Peddie and the JPR team will discuss […]

By February 23, 2015 0 Comments Read More →
GPU shipments down in fourth quarter of 2014

GPU shipments down in fourth quarter of 2014

Nvidia gained at the expense of AMD and Intel. Gaming is still the market’s bright spot. The new market report on graphics processing units (GPUs) from Jon Peddie Research (JPR) shows total shipments were down in the fourth quarter of 2014 (ending December 31, 2014). Measured on a sequential basis, Nvidia shipments were up 3%, […]

By February 20, 2015 0 Comments Read More →
Dell: the future of workstations is in the cloud

Dell: the future of workstations is in the cloud

A wide-ranging Paris roundtable discussion explores the future of both remote and local workstations. By Tom Lansford CADplace Dell recently gathered a round table of experts in Paris to discuss the future of the professional workstation. The general consensus was that designers and engineers can expect workstation performance will soon be distributed as well as […]

By February 11, 2015 0 Comments Read More →
Immersive technology innovators to gather in Toronto

Immersive technology innovators to gather in Toronto

A new conference aims to be the meeting ground for the nascent immersive technology industry. A new conference in late November aims to gather the professionals building new business with the tools of immersive computing: virtual reality, stereoscopic 3D, augmented reality, gesture technology, and more. Immersed will be November 23-24 in Toronto. Immersed is about […]

Review: Nvidia Shield tablet

Review: Nvidia Shield tablet

Thin, light, and remarkably powerful—what’s not to like? By Robert Dow The K1 processor in the Shield tablet far outperforms any mobile processor that we have tested. The K1 is a 192-core Kepler GPU matched with a 2.2-GHz ARM Cor­tex A15 CPU with 2 GB RAM which drives an 8-inch 1920 x 1200 touch dis­play, […]

By October 29, 2014 0 Comments Read More →