Archive for July, 2017
At SIGGRAPH 2017, Nvidia announced Optix 5.0, the latest revision of its GPU-based ray-tracing API.
At SIGGRAPH 2017 in Los Angeles, Nvidia announced that it’s working with other vendors to bring Titan Xp and Quadros to notebooks as external GPUs.
Thermaltake's esports division, Tt eSports, revealed another update to the Level 10 M Hybrid Advanced Wired / Wireless Gaming Mouse.
The game will support 4K resolution and the ultra widescreen 21:9 ratio.
You know Google tracks your online activities; did you know it also collects information about what you do offline?
Based off Inventec's P-series massively parallel computing platform, Project 47 uses the new P-47 and AMD's EPYC CPUs and Instinct GPUs to infuse one PetaFLOP of processing power into a single server rack.
The wait for AMD’s next high-end gaming cards is almost over. The first allotments of Vega 64 cards should arrive on August 14, but you may not be able to find cards from your favorite brand. Only a handful of AMD's board partners announced Vega cards.
After nearly two years of anticipation, Linden Lab finally opened the virtual doors to the Sansar virtual reality simulation platform. The Sansar Creators Preview Open Beta starts today.
AMD’s Radeon Pro Software allows you to switch between stable workstation drivers and desktop graphics drivers to help you kill some steam after a hard day at work without purchasing dedicated PCs for gaming and professional workloads.
AMD is announcing the availability of Radeon RX Vega starting August 14, along with a handful of bundles and some specifications you've never seen before.