Acer released their first Aspire Revo back in April 2009. Since then we’ve seen a number of nettops in the market that have the capability to replace desktop. Aspire Revo R3610 is one such model, it combines a good price-to-spec ratio to deliver a cheaper solution for those who want a low power and small […]
For most people Nvidia may just be famous for producing GeForce graphics card, but story is quite different: in fifteen years (1993-2009), they have elevated to such an extent that they control the world of graphics; its trends, the fate of competitors and the path that leads to the future. Major areas include graphics processing […]
Good news for developer as the Nvdia announces Nexus which brings CPU/GPU computing in Microsoft Visual Studio 2008. The major hurdle for developers with Nvidia CUDA was the language and environment restrictions. Nexus supports CUDA C, OpenCL, DirectCompute, Direct3D, and OpenGL. Microsoft Visual Studio is the world’s most popular development application and Nexus removes all […]
Nvidia PhysX is a leading technology of the graphics giant which accelerates physics and other computational tasks on the GPU. By default, all the new Nvidia graphics cards support PhysX. Recently, Nvidia has disabled the Physics acceleration on its GPUs when an ATI graphics card is used for rendering graphics.
Apple has been angry with Nvidia for some time now because of the prolonged GPU failures in Mac Computers and iMacs. Thus, Apple has finally decided to shift to ATI Radeon 4000 based graphics chips for their upcoming Mac Pro and iMac computers. The ATI series will replace Nvidia Geforce 9400 based graphics chips.
You need a proper software plus hardware combination to get the maximum out of your system. To fully utilize the fautres of Windows 7, you need a proper GPU. There are more than 140 NVIDIA’s GPUs that fully supports all the features of Windows 7. See the complete list here. To perform desired tasks like […]
The Laptop gaming market is certainly hot these days with both the graphics giants, AMD/ATI and Nvidia moving in with their best. AMD/ATI recently announced the release their fifth generation Graphics chips (GPUs) made on 40nm technology for the mainstream Mobile Market.
ATI released Moblility Radeon 4870 X2 recently, taking the crown of extreme notebook gaming platform from Nvidia. The Card is expected to produce better results then the Nvidia’s current top of the line Geforce 9800M GTX SLI. Notebooks based on this new card are beginning to be available.
Nvidia has just released a new forceware drivers with the WHQL certification. ForceWare version 182.06 is available for both 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows XP and Vista and supports GeForce 6-series and up. According to the company, you should expect to see improved performance in games such as Left 4 Dead and Fallout 3 […]