Posts Tagged NVIDIA

New MSI Laptops Bring Gaming Out of the Shadows

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When you purchase a laptop built specifically for gaming, there are a few sacrifices your need to keep in mind. Chief among them is portability, as something beefy enough to handle any modern game is going to be rather significant in both size and weight. Today, MSI looks to change that, with the announcement of their GS60 Ghost and GS70 …

CES 2014 – NVIDIA Tegra K1 Brings Photo-Realistic Rendering Everywhere

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Yesterday, NVIDIA made a very big announcement that some weren’t expecting for another 12 months. Battling a bit of illness, NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang revealed to us the new Tegra K1 platform. This ARM-based SoC includes 192 Kepler-based CUDA cores while sharing a GPU architecture with the current GeForce GTX 700 series video cards. This new part is to, as …

ASRock Releases Motherboards Optimized for Bitcoin Mining

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Some people are always looking for a way to make quick money, but there is always a catch. It usually ends up being immoral, illegal, or impossible. None of that applies to bitcoin mining which started as a small science project, but has recently exploded into a world-wide phenomenon. Now you can put all that old hardware you haven’t sold …

The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 Ti Reviewed

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Both 2012 and 2013 have turned out to be great years for NVIDIA. Both from an engineering and a gamer stand point. The Kepler architecture has proven to be the most scalable GPU architecture to date. First, Titan crashed through the Quadro barrier delivering unprecedented CUDA processing for pro desktop users as well as epic frame rates. Next, the GTX …

The DELL M3800 – A Thin and Light Mobile Workstation Worth Drooling Over

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When it comes to the difference between a workstation notebook and a gaming notebook, you often have to wonder why you would want to pay more for something that carried a GPU that couldn’t game, but had similar specs otherwise. And then there’s the matter of design as most “workstation” notebooks had these really chunky looking designs that were clearly …