The company hopes to get close to a billion in revenue for 2021. Unity had a pretty good Covid year. The company went private in September 2020. The share price surged 30% over its IPO price giving it a value of $20 billion. The company raised more than $1.3 billion in the IPO. In its annual report for 2020, Unity says they’ve had record results, which is sort of an … [Read more...] about Unity announces 4Q and 2020 results; revenues up 43% for the year
$5.03 billion in sales, $1.46 billion profit—sales up 6% from last quarter. Nvidia reported record revenue for the fourth quarter ended 31 Jan 2021, of $5 billion, up 61% from $3.1 billion a year earlier, and up 6% from $4.7 billion in the previous quarter. The company’s Graphics business revenue was $3 billion, up 10% from last quarter and up 47% from last … [Read more...] about Nvidia’s Q4 FY21 results
EA group Frostbite introduces their Strand approach to realistic hair. It’s scary to think of all the things needed to render hair. Hair. We all have it, some more than others. Regardless, it never behaves. We cut, color it, weave and wave it, shellac it, grease and shine it—some even iron it. And still, it just doesn’t look right. If it looks bad and unruly in real life, … [Read more...] about Creating realistic digital hair and fur remains a challenge for game developers
Little brother to 3060 Ti Nvidia cites gamers playing Watch Dogs 2 with high settings realizing 60 fps with a GeForce GTX 1060, but with Watch Dogs: Legion (released last October), they only get 24 fps. And with ray tracing turned on, the game becomes unplayable on the GTX 1060. The GTX 1060 also lacks the latest enhancements and features of newer GPUs.Nvidia’s GeForce … [Read more...] about Nvidia’s RTX 3060
JPR’s Market Watch suggests it’s all three, and bots too. We’ve been tracking GPU and before that graphics control shipments for decades, and we think we have a sense about their trends and seasonal behavior. Our Market Watch report for Q3 2020 reveals unusual buying patterns for graphics boards. So, what’s up? Look at the following chart that shows shipments for the … [Read more...] about What’s driving GPU sales—COVID, games, or Crypto?
$4.7 billion in sales, $1.3 billion profit—up 115% from last quarter. Nvidia reported record revenue for the third quarter ended 31 October, 2020, of $4.7 billion, up 57% from $3 billion a year earlier, and up 22% from $3.9 billion in the previous quarter. The company’s Graphics business revenue was $2.8 billion, up 34% from last quarter and up 25% from last … [Read more...] about Nvidia’s Q3 FY21 results
$3.8 billion in sales, $622 million profit—down 32% from last quarter. Nvidia reported revenue, for the second quarter ended July 26, 2020, of $3.87 billion, up 50% from $2.58 billion a year earlier, and up 26% from $3.08 billion in the previous quarter. Nvidia closed its acquisition of Mellanox Technologies Ltd. on April 27, 2020. The company’s graphics business revenue … [Read more...] about Nvidia’s Q2 FY21 results
The PC gaming hardware market will grow to almost $37 billion in 2022, but at a modest 1.05% CAGR from 2018 levels. Jon Peddie Research (JPR), the industry's research and consulting firm for graphics and multimedia, reported in its newest gaming market study regarding the PC gaming hardware market, which consists of personal computers, upgrades, and peripherals used for … [Read more...] about Jon Peddie Research finds PC gaming hardware market growth stable
The first Radeon 5600 was introduced 10 years ago. Based on AMD's brand new Navi GPU, the new Radeon 5600 XT is a testament to technology advances and targets 1080p gamers. AMD has introduced it's Radeon 5600 again, and this time it’s called the Radeon RX 5600 XT. Ten years ago, it was called the Radeon HD 5600. This latest version doesn’t support VGA or DVI, but we don’t … [Read more...] about AMD’s Radeon RX 5600 XT
You will with EVGA’s Nu Audio Pro Surround boards. AAA games, especially FPS games have amazing 3D models, and graphics and, equally amazing sound usually with unique (and not inexpensive) soundtracks, voice overs, and special effects. If you don’t have a good sound system, you’ll never hear them. The DACs and decoders on the motherboard and in the CPU or GPU are pretty … [Read more...] about Did you hear that!