NVIDIA has just announced its entry-level or cheapest card offering in the 700 series, the GeForce GT 740. This card is a simple rebrand of the GT 640 so that means it is not based on the Maxwell micro-architecture, but rather uses the Kepler-based GK107 chip.
NVIDIA has just announce G-Sync, which is a new technology to end lag, stutter and tearing in games. With the aid of the G-Sync module and NVIDIA’s Kepler graphics all of your games will run with less lad and virtually no stutter or tearing, which is great news for PC gamers.
We have heard for some time now that NVIDIA would not be releasing any new graphics cards in 2013 after the launch of the GeForce GTX 760. Well our friends at VideoCardz have some exclusive details pointing to the fact that this may not be the case.
Today NVIDIA unveiled their new flagship graphics card for the visual computing, the Quadro K6000. It is the fastest and most capable graphics card ever built. The Quadro K6000 delivers five-times higher compute performance and nearly double the graphics capability of its predecessor, the Quadro 6000. The Quadro K6000 also features the world’s largest and fastest graphics memory.
It was the last year’s news; NVIDIA was making a latest G2K08 core to power their upcoming graphics card. Many rumors were in the air regarding the new card that whether they would influence the high end or low end lineup of next generation cards and it seems the G2K08 was just a low end chip with high end compute capabilities of the GK110 core that would closed down to the new GT 640 and GT 630 graphics cards.
We have been talking about it for the past few weeks now and they day is finally here. NVIDIA has officially announced the GeForce GTX 760 Graphics Card. This card is powered by the latest Kepler architecture and is aimed at gamers who want the best cost to performance ratio for a graphics card.
It looks like we may be seeing NVIDIA’s GeForce 700 Series cards a lot sooner than expected. According to Bright Side of News, NVIDIA will be launching their GeForce 700 Series as soon as May 2013. The company is planning to launch three new cards to start the 700 series off. These cards will feature a refined version of the 28nm Kepler architecture. The cards include the GeForce GTX 780, GeForce GTX 770 and GeForce GTX 760 Ti.
This is another rumor that we have been hearing over the last couple of days. Many people are saying that we may see NVIDIA’s GeForce 700 series by Computex 2013, which is set to take place the first week of June. According to what we have been hearing this is a direct response from NVIDIA to AMD for their agressive bundle push over the past few months. These new cards would be still be based on the existing 28nm Kepler architecture, but a more refined version.
During this last week, I recently was lucky enough to attend a Nvidia’s GPU Technology Conference, which I’ll hereafter refer to as GTC. GTC was focused primarily on Programming Nvidia’s GPU processors that are installed in several lines of their video cards. The most common & recognized by many is the GeForce line of graphic cards, made more for the average consumers & game enthusiasts. The next line of cards discussed at GTC was the Quadro cards, with more of a tool for visualization industry, including design and animation. The final card discussed at their show was the Tesla cards, made specifically for parallel computing and to take advantage of the many cores prevalent in the GPU processor architecture.