We have just got word that NVIDIA has some pretty big plans for the first quarter of 2014. It looks like they are planning at least two high-end graphics cards! These cards include the GeForce GTX 790 and the GeForce GTX Titan Black Edition.
As we pointed out last week NVIDIA is planning on releasing their GeForce GTX 750 Ti February. What it interesting about this launch is that this will be the first card based on the “Maxwell” GPU micro-architecture. It looks like the first performance benchmarks have been leaked by Coolaler.com.
According to reports NVIDIA is planning to launch their GeForce GTX 750 Ti in February. While that is great news the really interesting thing about this report is that the card will be based on the Kepler architecture, but rather NVIDIA’s latest Maxwell GPU architecture.
The flagship of NVIDIA’s mobility lineup the GeForce GTX 880M has been leaked along with its specifications by Notebook Review. According to this information the GeForce GTX 880M will be based on the current Kepler architecture.
About a month ago we talked about AMD working on a dual GPU graphics solution based on their “Hawaii” architecture. Proof of this was in AMD’s driver package, but this card may never make it to market. On the other side NVIDIA is said to be working on a new dual GPU solution of their own, the GeForce GTX 790.
NVIDIA’s upcoming Maxwell GeForce 800M mobility lineup has been leaked in a roadmap posted by notebook maker CLEVO. The roadmap details NVIDIA’s upcoming mobile platform from top to bottom. This lineup will be based on the Maxwell architecture and is set to launch in February of 2014. Taking a closer look at the mobility lineup […]
One of the leading universal motherboard and design card producers, MSI is feeling proud to announce the accessibility of the GTX 780 Ti Gaming 3G graphics card. It features the all new influential Nvidia Geforce GTX 780 Ti GPU with a blazing fast GDDR5 of 3 GB.
According to a report by Fudzilla, we could see Maxwell-based GeForce graphics cards as early as March 2014. Maxwell is NVIDIA’s next generation GPU after Kepler and is set to deliver greater performance per watt numbers.
A GTX Titan has been pointed out by Videocardz and it is said to be attached with black heatsink which has the matte finish to it and makes the entire thing look very appealing. The Titan cooler had been a hit since it was first introduced and this pretty much explains why it is still being put to use in the GeForce GTX 770, GeForce GTX 780 and the flagship GeForce GTX 780 Ti which are NVIDIA’s top graphic cards.
Today NVIDIA is officially announcing the GeForce GTX 780 Ti graphics card and its market availability. The card is based on the same GK110 core as the GTX Titan. It will feature a full compliment of 2880 CUDA cores, 240 TMUs, 48 ROPs and 3 GB of GDDR5 memory across a 384-bit wide interface.