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GTC 2013: We’re Here!

GTC 2013: We’re Here!

It's that time of year again for all those diehard gaming and graphics fans. The annual GPU Technology Conference has just kicked off live in San Jose in the heart of Silicon Valley. There's plenty going on again this year, especially with NVIDIA's new GTX Titan graphics card taking front and center. Read on for more details on what to expect.

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NVIDIA-powered computers break Pi calculation record

NVIDIA-powered computers break Pi calculation record

Yesterday was Pi Day, and to celebrate the yearly occasion, you no doubt tried your hardest to recite Pi to as many decimal places as you could. Of course, most of us probably couldn't get past the first few decimal places, but there was one person who could, thanks to a set of computers powered by a handful of NVIDIA graphics cards.

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NVIDIA announces PhysX and APEX support for PS4

NVIDIA announces PhysX and APEX support for PS4

Heads up, folks. NVIDIA will be invading the PS4 as the company has announced PhysX and APEX support for the recently-announced gaming console. Both PhysX and APEX are software development kits from NVIDIA that will allow game developers to design new PS4 games with stunning graphics, similar to what we saw during the PS4 reveal last month.

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MotoCzysz uses NVIDIA technology to give its electric motorcycles a boost

MotoCzysz uses NVIDIA technology to give its electric motorcycles a boost

MotoCzysz is known for its electric motorcycles, which have dominated races and won awards for years. In an effort to further up its game, the company has teamed up with NVIDIA to utilize the company's Maximus technology and Quadro GPUs, with the goal being to create a motorcycle that sets a new speed record. The company used NVIDIA's Tesla K20 GPU and Quadro K5000 GPU to improve its productivity in design.

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NVIDIA’s new Quadro cards offer workstation performance for as low as $199

NVIDIA’s new Quadro cards offer workstation performance for as low as $199

When you want workstation performance and reliability out of your computer, you usually have to pony up over a grand for a high-end graphics card. However, NVIDIA has released four new Quadro graphics cards that come in many different flavors, including one option called the K600 that costs only $199.

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NVIDIA GeForce 314.14 beta drivers available now

NVIDIA GeForce 314.14 beta drivers available now

NVIDIA never skimps on offering constant driver updates to its various graphics cards, and today the company released beta drivers that are optimized for the many games coming out this month, including SimCity, StarCraft 2: Heart of the Swarm, Resident Evil 6, and Hawken PhysX just to name a few.

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5 games optimized for the NVIDIA Tegra 4

5 games optimized for the NVIDIA Tegra 4

NVIDIA's new Tegra 4 processor is a beast, dominating benchmarks left and right. The Tegra 4 utilizes a whopping 72-core GeForce GPU making it capable of handling any intense 3D mobile game out there. But none of the games currently out in the Google Play store do the Tegra 4 justice, so NVIDIA has given us a preview of 5 upcoming games that will fully utilize the Tegra 4 and its 72-core GPU.

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AVADirect is now offering the NVIDIA GTX Titan GPU

AVADirect is now offering the NVIDIA GTX Titan GPU

AVADirect is now offering the newly unveiled NVIDIA GTX Titan graphics processing unit in its high-quality, custom-built computers. AVA Direct is a custom computer manufacturer that builds high-end computers designed to meet the latest and greatest in the advances of computer technology. They're on the same line as other custom system manufacturers like Cyberpower, Digital Storm, Falcon Northwest, Geekbox, IBUYPOWER, Maingear, Origin PC, Puget Systems, V3 Gaming, and Velocity Micro.

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Agawi True Cloud teams with NVIDIA GRID for one-stop cloud gaming

Agawi True Cloud teams with NVIDIA GRID for one-stop cloud gaming

It's time for the NVIDIA GRID processor project to fire up and bring on the first-ever reference architecture for cloud gaming, straight from Agawi in the form of what's being called "True Cloud." This reference architecture is being called a "seamless" integration of hardware, servers, and service providers in an effort to create a cloud gaming universe like we've never seen before. Agawi's own executive chairman Peter Relan unveiled this system today in what the company says is the first industry-wide solution for the terribly fragmented cloud ecosystem we're working with today.

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NVIDIA unveils GTX Titan GPU with supercomputer performance

NVIDIA unveils GTX Titan GPU with supercomputer performance

Remember the Titan supercomputer? Back in November, it became the world's fastest supercomputer, and it's powered by NVIDIA chips. Now you can get a piece of Titan in your own home because NVIDIA has announced the GTX Titan graphics card, a $1,000 GPU that sports 2,688 CUDA cores, 6GB of GDDR5 RAM, and 7.1 billion transistors.

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NVIDIA grasps “Free to Play” explosion with GeForge F2P Bundles

NVIDIA grasps “Free to Play” explosion with GeForge F2P Bundles

Having found some of the most recent Free to Play games out on the market today to be undeniably awesome, NVIDIA has decided to stoke the fire with a set of F2P Bundles with their GeForce GPUs. When you purchase a GeForce GTX graphics card (as long as it's 650 or above) you also get a set of in-game credits for three of the most excellent FPS games in play today. These games are Planetside 2, World of Tanks, and everyone's favorite mech warrior free-for-all: Hawken!

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Eurora supercomputer cuts back on CO2 emissions with help of NVIDIA GPUs

Eurora supercomputer cuts back on CO2 emissions with help of NVIDIA GPUs

The world obviously needs its supercomputers, but with a growing energy crisis, efficiency is becoming a big priority. The problem is that supercomputers require a lot of power, but that's an issue Eurotech and NVIDIA are trying to solve in the new Eurora computer. Not only is this beast powerful, but NVIDIA has announced that it's also breaking efficiency records for supercomputers.

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