This week on our Weekly Tech Podcast we talk about all of the news coming out of the Star Wars convention, two new cases that came out this week, new security policy that the NSA wants to implement, and much more!
AMD is getting closer to launching their Radeon R300 Series and NVIDIA is not going to sit on the sidelines. According to the latest report from Sweclockers NVIDIA already has their new GeForce GTX 980 Ti ready for launch, but they don’t want to release it yet. Sweclockers has a pretty impressive track record when it comes to NVIDIA rumors, so it is likely that this is true.
We are in the early days of the lawsuit that was launched by NVIDIA against Smasung and Qualcomm. The lawsuit claims that the rival chipmakers are infringing on seven of NVIDIA’s patents. It looks like NVIDIA can claim victory in the first round of the case as the International Trade Commission has returned a pretrial claim construction ruling, also known as a Markman ruling.
Last week we reported that NVIDIA will be releasing a GeForce GTX 980 Ti graphics card that will feature 3072 CUDA cores, come with a 10% higher clock than the GeForce GTX Titan X and have 6GB of VRAM. Originally it was thought that the card would be released around summer, but it looks like it will be pushed back till after summer.
NVIDIA’s current Shield portable console is 2 years old now and might be due for an update very soon. New Listings for a device described as the NVIDIA Shield Portable P2523 has appeared at both the Bluetooth and WiFi certification websites.
This week on our Weekly Tech Podcast we talk about information on upcoming graphics cards from both NVIDIA and AMD, new Intel Broadwell processors, the possibility of three new iPhone’s coming and much more!
It looks like NVIDIA is prepping yet another graphics card based on its Maxwell architecture. This time it will be the GeForce GTX 980 Ti, which will feature the full GM200 silicon. According to reports this will not be a cut-down version of the chip either and the card will feature the full 3072 CUDA cores.