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2017 Razer Blade Stealth and Core V2 detailed

2017 Razer Blade Stealth and Core V2 detailed

Gaming notebook fans were sent some news this morning from one of the most gaming-centric companies in the world: Razer. This included details on the next Razer Blade Stealth as well as the Razer Core V2. The Razer Blade Stealth 2017 is a quad-core variant of the original, coming this time with an 8th-gen Intel Core i7-8550U processor and extended battery life.

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NVIDIA Tesla P100 comes to Google Compute Engine in the cloud

NVIDIA Tesla P100 comes to Google Compute Engine in the cloud

Today the NVIDIA Tesla P100 was introduced for the public in the Google Cloud Platform for cloud computing. These NVIDIA P100 GPUs were launched first in beta mode, while at the same time the NVIDIA K80 GPU was made available on the Google Compute Engine. Both the K80 and the P100 are available in US West (Oregon), US East (South Carolina), Europe West (Belgium), and Asia East (Taiwan) immediately if not soon.

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Gigabyte GTX 1080 Mini ITX says size doesn’t matter

Gigabyte GTX 1080 Mini ITX says size doesn’t matter

As far as graphics cards are concerned, the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 is one of the most powerful on the market. A top-of-the-line card in every respect, GPUs like the GTX 1080 usually end up taking up a lot of space in your case. Gigabyte is hoping to solve that issue by introducing its new GeForce GTX 1080 Mini ITX today.

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Razer Blade Pro just got cheaper (1080p style)

Razer Blade Pro just got cheaper (1080p style)

This morning Razer revealed their 2017 edition Razer Blade Pro, complete with a 17.3-inch Full HD 120Hz display. That display resolution is smaller than the most recent Razer Blade Pro release - just by a bit. Enough to jam that price point down to a place where it's perfect for a new collection of users.

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AMD Radeon RX Vega GPUs could be hard to find for a while yet

AMD Radeon RX Vega GPUs could be hard to find for a while yet

There's been a good amount of excitement surrounding AMD's new Radeon RX Vega line of graphics cards, which started shipping out just 10 days ago. Out of the gate, though, AMD is having problems keeping up with demand, resulting in customers being forced to search high and low for them. Today we're finding out why this shortage is occurring and how long it may last.

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AMD RX Vega cards and packs: air and water, up against 1080

AMD RX Vega cards and packs: air and water, up against 1080

The folks at AMD have a bunch of new bits of hardware to show this week with new Radeon RX Vega cards. Inside the Vega 10, we see the next generation in simple terms: 1 graphics engine, 4 asynchronous compute engines, 4 next-gen geometry engines, 64 next-gen compute units. Also in the Vega 10 are 4096 stream processors, 256 texture units, 64 render back-ends, 4MB L2 cache, and 2048-bit HBM2.

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AMD Radeon RX Vega GPUs, Threadripper CPUs launched

AMD Radeon RX Vega GPUs, Threadripper CPUs launched

AMD has made its comeback in the CPU market with the launch of its Zen-based Ryzen processors to take on Intel’s Core line with more affordable digits. But the consumer PC war isn’t won with CPUs alone. Graphics cards play an equal role, sometimes even greater for both gamers as well as multimedia workers. That is why AMD is now launching a new “Vega” GPU architecture, this time to strike at NVIDA’s long-held monopoly in the discrete graphics card market.

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AMD Radeon RX Vega images reveal air and liquid cooled versions

AMD Radeon RX Vega images reveal air and liquid cooled versions

The SIGGRAPH 2017 event, an annual conference focused on computer graphics, is being held in Los Angeles this weekend, and AMD is due to finally reveal their new Radeon RX Vega graphics cards. However, in addition to teasing it on Twitter, they're letting a few select attendees share images of the cards as part of a subtle marketing campaign, giving fans at home a tiny look at some of the details.

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Bitcoin Mining graphics cards released by ASUS, Sapphire with NVIDIA, AMD inside

Bitcoin Mining graphics cards released by ASUS, Sapphire with NVIDIA, AMD inside

It would appear that one of the biggest names in PC hardware has joined the Cryptocurrency universe with their own mining-friendly graphics cards. ASUS Mining RX 470 and Mining P106 both use NVIDIA GeForce GTX technology to run as efficiently as possible to mine the most cryptocoin for the smallest cost. These cards are "engineered especially for coin mining" and are made to roll with "maximum mega hash rates at minimum cost." UPDATE: A few Sapphire cards have appeared as well, each with AMD Radeon technology inside.

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AMD Radeon Vega Frontier goes after NVIDIA in machine learning

AMD Radeon Vega Frontier goes after NVIDIA in machine learning

AMD's latest line of Ryzen CPUs is a clear attempt to fight Intel's higher end Cores at its own game. Even the core (no pun intended) numbers match! Now AMD is training its guns on its other big rival in the desktop computing space: NVIDIA and its graphics cards. The company has finally announced the high-end graphics monsters its fans have been clamoring for. But more than just trying to appeal to the usual gaming and creator crowds, AMD is aiming for one of NVIDIA's new favorite audience: machine learning enthusiasts.

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NVIDIA’s Volta GPU platform wants to take the AI world by storm

NVIDIA’s Volta GPU platform wants to take the AI world by storm

NVIDIA had plenty of big announcements to make during its GTC keynote today, but one of the biggest was the reveal of its new Volta GPU platform. More powerful than any GPU platform NVIDIA has released before (obviously), the company envisions Volta has the go-to platform to accelerate AI development and high performance computing. The question now becomes just how much more powerful Volta actually is.

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NVIDIA TITAN Xp GPU revealed for Mac (and PC)

NVIDIA TITAN Xp GPU revealed for Mac (and PC)

NVIDIA's latest graphics card is the NVIDIA TITAN Xp, a GPU with more cores, faster clocks, faster memory, and more TFLOPS than the TITAN X that came before it. This graphics card is being delivered to users direct from NVIDIA through NVIDIA's online store. It'll be available to be used by both PC users and Apple computer users - though the latter requires a bit more work - for now.

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