"AI-driven Nvidia stock is soaring with a 240% gain in 2023. The chipmaker dominates the AI chip market and is set to benefit from growing demand."
Graphics processing unit News & Breaking Stories
Nvidia's stock hits an all-time high before announcing Q3 earnings. The AI chip maker is expected to triple its revenue.
Opinion: Alan Wake 2's demanding GPU requirements raise concerns about financial accessibility in video games. Many players are left out in the cold.
The Raspberry Pi Foundation has announced the upcoming release of the Raspberry Pi 5, featuring a 64-bit 2.4GHz processor and improved performance. The device includes two HDMI ports capable of outputting 4K HDR at 60 frames per second, Bluetooth 5.0 support, and a single-lane PCIe 2.0 interface. Pricing starts at $60 for the 4GB RAM model.
Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg confirms that the Meta Quest 3 VR headset will launch on October 10 starting at $499.99. The device features mixed-reality capabilities, improved GPU processing power, and compatibility with over 500 Meta Quest VR and AR experiences. It also offers a customizable fit and multiple color options. The Quest 3 will have over 100 new and upgraded titles by the end of 2023 and will support Xbox Cloud Gaming. The 512GB model includes access to the Meta Quest+ subscription service.
Intel releases new beta graphics drivers for Arc and Iris Xe GPUs, adding support for upcoming games and performance improvements. However, known issues with Starfield remain unfixed.
Nvidia's Q2 earnings exceeded expectations, with revenue at a record $13.51bn, 101% YoY growth, and a 429% YoY increase in earnings per share.
Intel's XeSS upgrade technology impresses in Jagged Alliance 3 benchmarks.
What news can we find under Graphics processing unit News Section?
The Incredible World of Graphics Processing Units
Ever wondered what's under the hood powering your immersive gaming experience or helping researchers in handling massive amounts of data? Well, let me introduce you to a key player- the Graphics Processing Unit, or GPU. Fascinated yet?
To put it simply, GPUs are devices that accelerate your computer’s graphics by taking care of rendering tasks involved. Now you may ask - is this all they do? Not quite! There's so much more to explore under the GPU umbrella. Intrigued?
Impacting Everyday Life
From enhancing virtual reality experiences and enabling artificial intelligence algorithms, up until progressing scientific research - GPUs play an integral role in our daily life without us even realizing it.
Innovation And Technological Advancements
Avid tech enthusiasts would know how rapidly innovations surface around GPUs. One day we're discussing NVIDIA releasing state-of-the-art ray tracing technology that brings video games imagery closer to reality than ever before; another day we’re overjoyed about AMD defying limits with their RDNA 2 architecture! Can you keep up with such breakthroughs?
Cryptocurrency: Love It Or Hate It!
If there's been talk on cryptocurrencies and blockchain technologies recently (an understatement perhaps?), then undoubtedly mentions of miners hoarding GPUs came by as well. Flash news for anyone living under a rock – these miners use power-packed GPUs not just for video games but to solve complex mathematical problems earning them digital currencies like Bitcoin making headlines today! Who could have guessed?
Fascinating health-tech intersection
I can't leave out the exceptional game-changer role played by advanced GPUs during Covid times allowing faster genome sequencing and thence speeding vaccine development through computational biology advancements.