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Hands-on review: AMD Radeon RX 6800
The AMD Radeon RX 6800 is a powerful GPU suitable for anyone looking for a video card to power their gaming rig.
NVIDIA adds two new GPUs designed for 'artists, designers, and engineers'
The NVIDIA RTX A6000 and NVIDIA A40 GPUs, announced at GTC 2020 this week, are designed to help users tackle their projects that generally require large compute workloads.
Supermicro doubles GPU capabilities
Expands its portfolio, bringing highest density 4U server with NVIDIA HGX A100s 8-GPU and 8U SuperBlade supporting 20 A100 PCI-E GPUs.
Nvidia’s Ampere-based RTX 3000-series GPUs are nearly here
Nvidia fans will need to enter a raffle to get their hands on one of NVIDIA's Founders Edition the RTX 3080, RTX 3090 and RTX 3070.
LG unveils NVIDIA RTX 30 compatible 8K OLED TVs
The world-first 77in and 88in TVs are able to display 8K content at up to 60 frames per second and handle 48Gbps speeds.
PNY launches XLR8 NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30 series GPUs
Overnight NVIDIA revealed its new line up of second-generation RTX graphics cards.
Google Cloud picks up NVIDIA A100 Tensor Core GPUs in alpha
Google Cloud is the first company to offer the new NVIDIA GPU as part of the Accelerator-Optimised VM (A2) instance family.
Supermicro announces integrated A100 GPU-powered systems
Includes full support for the New NVIDIA A100 GPUs, third-generation NVIDIA NVLink, and NVIDIA NVSwitch.
NVIDIA unveils its first GPU featuring Ampere architecture
The NVIDIA A100 GPU boasts up to 20 times more power than its predecessors, boosting throughput for data centres as demand for data surges.
Hands-on review: ROG-STRIX-RX5700XT-O8G-Gaming GPU
Is this the best value graphics card for 1440p gaming? We find out
NVIDIA expands licences for vGPU trial to 500
vGPU software creates virtual GPUs that can be shared and allocated between multiple virtual machines for remote workers.
NVIDIA launches GeForce GTX 16 Series SUPER GPUs
In addition to the new GTX SUPER, NVIDIA's Game Ready Driver also gets an update.
AMD launches Radeon 5500 series GPUs for desktops & notebooks
MSI, HP, Lenovo and Acer all expected to launch systems with the cards over the next few months.
NVIDIA's fascinating role in artificial intelligence
We look at the hardware companies role in these new technologies.
VMware & NVIDIA bolster GPU services for high-performance computing
NVIDIA and VMware are putting their collective forces behind improving GPU services to power intensive machine learning, data science, and artificial intelligence workflows for VMware Cloud on AWS.
Red Hat and NVIDIA extend alliance to speed up AI
Artificial intelligence and machine learning are the focus for this extended alliance.
NVIDIA makes T4 GPUs available on Google Cloud Platform
T4 GPUs accelerate a variety of cloud workloads, including high performance computing (HPC), machine learning training and inference, data analytics, and graphics.
OVH expands AI capabilities with NVIDIA GPU Cloud
OVH is taking a new step in its collaboration with NVIDIA by becoming a validated platform partner for NVIDIA GPU Cloud (NGC).
Hands-on review: Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 Ti FE
The lack of games taking advantage of the GeForce RTX 2080 Ti makes reviewing the card rather challenging
AMD unveils ‘world’s first 7nm gaming GPU ‘
The Radeon VII provides 2x memory, 2.1x memory bandwidth, and up to 36% higher performance in content creation applications compared to Radeon RX 64.
NVIDIA's GeForce RTX 2060 hails 'next-gen gaming'
Nvidia’s making a bold claim that it’s now the start of next-generation gaming.
Trust us, we’re Nvidia: GeForce RTX 20-series GPU preview
When I caught up with Brian Burke, Nvidia’s gaming tech PR guy, at PAX AUS in Melbourne, I didn’t hold back. I asked him why should Kiwis part with such a huge amount of money for something that, right now, doesn’t do a lot.
The key to machine learning in NAS solutions
With the power supplied by a GPU, any organisation can leverage the power of AI and machine learning.
NVIDIA GPU Cloud adds support for Microsoft Azure
GPU-optimised deep learning and HPC software now available to thousands more data scientists, researchers and developers.