It looks like many people are no satisfied with their GeForce GTX 970’s after the memory allocation controversy has been brought to light. Leading retailers have been reporting returns of perfectly functional GTX 970 cards with customers stating, “false advertising” as the reason for the return.
AMD of course has been following the GeForce GTX 970 memory controversy, which we have covered extensively. It looks like they are going to try and cash in on this by making all of their add-in board (AIB) partners lower their prices on their R9 290X, which does offer comparable performance to the GTX 970 down to as low as $299.
It looks like NVIDIA is planning to release a fix for the GeForce GTX 970 memory allocation issue. An NVIDIA employee posted an informal statement on the GeForce Forums saying that the company is working on a driver update that “will tune what’s allocated where in memory to further improve performance.”
We have been reporting on the GeForce GTX 970 memory allocation issue since Saturday. If you are not aware the card seemed to only be able to access 3.5 GB of its supposed 4 GB VRAM. NVIDIA has already responded to these claims and now they have actually gone ahead and changed the official specifications for the card.
Colorful Technology, the biggest NVIDIA AIC in China, announced the latest GTX960 series graphics cards. Four different models had been released this time, including Colorful GTX960 CH with reference design for entry users, Colorful GTX960 i-Cafe for System Integrators, iGame GTX960 Ymir-U for general users and iGame GTX960 Ymir-X for enthusiasts.
We first reported on the GeForce GTX 970 memory allocation issue Saturday. This issue which was discovered by power users, revealed that the card is not able to address the last 700 MB of its 4 GB of memory. Well NVIDIA has finally responded to these claims and has said that the GPU is fully capable of addressing its 4 GB of memory, but in a different way.
The GeForce GTX 970 has become a very popular graphics card since its release and offers quite a lot of performance for its $329.99 price tag. Well it looks like it may just have a design flaw, which has been discovered by power-users. GPU memory benchmarks have revealed that the card is not able to address the last 700 MB of its 4 GB of memory.
NVIDIA has officially announced the GeForce GTX 960 graphics card. This will be NVIDIA’s mid-range offering in their 900 series, based on the GM206 silicon, with 2.9 billion transistors, a 294 mm² die-area, and 2 GB of GDDR5 running across a 128-bit wide memory bus.
Well it looks like the guys over at VideoCardz have revealed the full details of NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX 960 and have provided test scores before the card launches on Thursday. We have the full run-down for you so if you are looking to pick this card up when it launches read on!
Well here are the first known shots of NVIDIA’s next-gen flagship graphics card, the GeForce GTX Titan X. This card is powered by the brand new 28 nm GM200 silicon, which we have heard may feature 3072 CUDA cores, is based on the Maxwell architecture, has a 384-bit wide GDDR5 memory interface, NVIDIA’s latest memory bandwidth tech, 96 ROPs and 12 GB of memory.