Intel might be preparing to off Nvidia
Published in Graphics


No, don’t laugh

There is something in Chipzilla’s recent GPU moves which suggests the outfit might be about to make a move against Nvidia.

Nvidia pulls Titan V out of its hat
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Fully enabled GV100 Volta GPU for US $2,999

Nvidia has rather surprisingly announced and launched the new prosumer Nvidia Titan V graphics card at the Neural Information Processing Systems 2017 conference, which is based on a fully-enabled GV100 GPU and available for $2,999.

Microsoft wanted Nvidia for Windows 10
Published in Notebooks


To make Windows on ARM

Qualcomm might not be the only sheriff in town when it comes to an upcoming Windows 10 on Snapdragon, or Windows 10 on ARM. Nvidia was asked too.

Wall Street has another go at AMD
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Money talks

A financial analyst talking to Wall Street investors said today that you would be sending your money down the toilet if you were foolish enough to invest in Advanced Micro Devices (AMD).

Uber orders 24,000 Volvo XC90s
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Self-driving Nvidia powered fleet

Uber just ordered up to 24,000 Volvo XX90 self-driving cars for its driverless, hail ride/share - post taxi fleet.

Nvidia releases Geforce 388.31 WHQL Game Ready drivers
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One for Star Wars Battlefront II and Injustice 2

Nvidia has released its new Geforce 388.31 WHQL Game Ready drivers which bring all optimizations for Star Wars Battlefront II and Injustice 2 games as well as an increased performance in the Destiny 2 game.

Intel and AMD Radeon licensing is feasible
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200 million SKUs opportunity possible

Last Monday Intel  announced that it is using AMD graphics with HBM2 memory in its thinner notebooks and its own Kaby Lake G CPU. Intel didn’t reveal many details but Fudzilla can confirm via our well-placed industry sources that this is a Vega GPU and the project was codenamed P22.

Nvidia boss says Koduri defection bad for AMD
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 Not worried about a stronger Intel

Chief executive Jensen Huang was clearly over the moon about Raja Koduri leaving AMD to become Intel’s senior VP of the Core and Visual Computing Group.

Nvidia revenues soar
Published in Graphics
10 November 2017

Nvidia revenues soar


Pascal and Volta gives it another record quarter

Nvidia released its financial report for the third quarter of the 2018 fiscal year, reporting once again a record revenue of US $2,636 billion, up by 32 percent compared to the last year.

AMD’s Raja Koduri joins Intel
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Didn't take him that long after his sabbatical, did it?

Yes, Koduri has been seduced by the Great Satan of Chips and a normal press release has emerged from Chipzilla that doesn’t mention Koduri’s former dislike of the company.