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World’s first 64-bit ARM dev systems readied for HPC with NVIDIA

World’s first 64-bit ARM dev systems readied for HPC with NVIDIA

High performance computing is the name of the game, while 64-bit is the hook. NVIDIA is readying itself to jump in head first with a number of server vendors to bring on the world’s first 64-bit ARM development systems, all coming our way this year. While the first ARM64 server processors were made for web servers and micro-servers, NVIDIA’s CUDA 6.5 platform brings the heat to HPC-class workloads.

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The Xbox One is NOT getting an (instant fix) graphics upgrade

The Xbox One is NOT getting an (instant fix) graphics upgrade

Despite what you may have heard from some odd forums and other major publications, the Xbox One is not getting a graphics upgrade with the dawn of the Kinect-free model. In other words - you will not get a sharper image if you disconnect your Kinect now, nor will you see more frames per second. This update will bring a tiny bit more GPU power to developers - they are the ones that will have to take advantage of it.

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NVIDIA GTX Titan Z (2x Titan Black) hits the market

NVIDIA GTX Titan Z (2x Titan Black) hits the market

The final entry into the high-end Kepler lineup, here some the NVIDIA GeFOrce GTX Titan Z. Ready for market in a number of configurations over the next few months, the GTX Titan Z will first be appearing with a $2,999 price point (expected). This device will be triple slot, work with 2 x 6GB VRAM, and will have a cool set of 2 x 2880 Stream processors.

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Qualcomm Snapdragon 805: Hands-on and benchmarked

Qualcomm Snapdragon 805: Hands-on and benchmarked

Qualcomm is readying the Snapdragon 805, and with new processors - and the superlatives to go along with them - proliferating, it’s trying to address the question of whether the new chip is the “Next Big Thing” or not. I caught up with Qualcomm to find out what makes the Snapdragon 805 special, to run some early benchmarks ahead of the first commercial devices arriving later in the year, and to see if its advances in 4K, CPU/GPU performance, camera tech, and more add up to a chip worth having.

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NVIDIA Jetson TK1 “supercomputer kit” hits shelves

NVIDIA Jetson TK1 “supercomputer kit” hits shelves

NVIDIA's palm-sized supercomputer, the Jetson TK1, has begun shipping, offering developers 192 Tegra K1 cores to turn to things like feature-detection and tracking, object recognition, and 3D scene analysis. The $192 reference board uses the same CUDA core technology as NVIDIA has been supplying to researchers and universities for recent supercomputer projects, and was announced earlier this year at the company's GDC 2014 conference.

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NVIDIA unveils one-of-a-kind gaming tower with Titan Black

NVIDIA unveils one-of-a-kind gaming tower with Titan Black

There’s nothing like a completely unique gaming PC build to bring an organization’s spirits up. The folks at NVIDIA and Falcon Northwest have teamed up this month to present a one-of-a-kind tower made to benefit the Philip Scholz Memorial Foundation. This build is stacked, using a Falcon Northwest Tiki as its casing and an NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan Black within.

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NVIDIA’s latest GeForce team-up: Watch Dogs

NVIDIA’s latest GeForce team-up: Watch Dogs

The graphics card-slinging folks at NVIDIA have once again made it their duty to make certain fans are getting not only the latest graphics processing power, but the latest games as well. This week they’ve made clear that Ubisoft’s latest title Watch Dogs will be delivered with the newest wave of NVIDIA GeForce GTX graphics cards.

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AMD 2014 notebook & tablet APUs add secure ARM brain

AMD 2014 notebook & tablet APUs add secure ARM brain

AMD has outed its latest 2014 Mainstream and Low-Power mobile APUs, its combination processor and graphics chipsets for notebooks and ultraportables, and for the first time baking in an ARM chip to handle dedicated security duties. The new SoCs - formerly known as Beema and Mullins - promise not only the usual cut in power consumption as well as a bump in both graphics and processing power, but Android app support on Windows using BlueStacks.

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Watch Dogs NVIDIA trailer: delivering PC’s highest-level graphics

Watch Dogs NVIDIA trailer: delivering PC’s highest-level graphics

With Watch Dogs’ final release right around the corner, final graphics and gameplay videos are being released left and right. Today we’re to understand from a PC Games video (now pulled) that Ubisoft is suggesting the game will be full HD (1080p) on the PlayStation 4. The Xbox One has no such confirmation. Meanwhile, NVIDIA has stepped up with their optimizations video - always an interesting spot to watch when a new game has had top-level work done with the folks that make the graphics cards you might very well be using to play the game.

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