NVIDIA has just announced their GeForce GTX Holiday bundle at the “Way its Meant to be Played” event that is going on in Montreal. The NVIDIA holiday bundle would be announced for a variety of GeForce 700 and GeForce 600 series cards.
Following this will be the next in line, the NVIDIA’s Tegra 6 which will be the Powerhouse behind the 64bit Androids of 2014. This is going to be the mobile variant of the Maxwell Architecture and will be supported by complete 64 Bit Support.
It looks like NVIDIA was ready for AMD’s launch today and has cut the prices on two of their 600 series cards. The GTX 660 has been given a price cut down from $200 to $179. That means it can better compete with the R9 270X and the R7 260X as it will sit in between both cards.
NVIDIA has been the market leader when it comes to the super performing giant computers and workstations and in this department its sole ruler is the Tesla K20X which is one of the best in its category and has been featured in the world’s fastest Titan supercomputer. It is time to move a step forward and NVDIA has never been the one to stay behind. This time we are expecting a new release for this market of super computers and we will soon be viewing the NVIDIA Tesla K40 which has been codenamed as the ATLAS.
Rumors had been circulating around about NVIDIA working on a new graphics card ever since AMD launched its R9 290X at the GPU 14 event and claimed it to be faster than the Titan. This didn’t come as a surprise as the rumors were believed to be true as NVIDIA was not going to stay behind if AMD has challenged one of its contenders and now we have the peak into the most powerful GK110 Core.
I looks like we are getting a little more clarification on the new upcoming graphics card from NVIDIA. Information posted on the PCEVA forums lets us know that the card you see below is the GeForce GTX 760 SE or GTX 750 Ti. This is yet another GK106-based graphics card from NVIDIA.
Origin PC has officially announced its strategic partnership with NVIDIA’s GeForce team in particular and together they aim to design and build a 4K gaming ready ‘BattleBox’, high-performance GENESIS and MILLENNIUM desktops for all those who love gaming and are looking to have a wonderful gaming experience.
With AMD’s latest release of the Radeon R9 and R7 series graphic cards, NVIDIA is all set to compete and with its preparations of the high to mid-range cards, it seems like NVIDIA is not the one to stay behind. Soon after AMD made its announcement, NVIDIA pulled up the gear and leaks from sources such as the VideoCardz revealed NVIDIA preparing their series in order to give tough competition to the Volcanic Island Series.
Apple has finally refreshed their iMac lineup. This new refresh includes adding Intel’s newest Haswell processors with Iris Pro integrated graphics and NVIDIA’s 700 series dedicated graphics cards. This is a nice refresh for iMac users and will lead to much better performance on these machines.
Leadtek has rolled out their GeForce GTX 780 Hurricane III Graphics Card. This card makes use of a reference designed GTX 780 PCB and Leadtek’s own Hurricane III cooling solution. The card features a slight overclock of 876 MHz core and 928 MHz boost compared to the 863/900 MHz of reference cards. The memory remains the same as reference at 6 GHz (effective).
Dec 11, 2014 0