TechPowerUp launches GPU-Z 2.0.0
A 'major update' with new Advanced tab.
No speed penalty, company claims.
Nvidia greatly simplifies memory management with its new CUDA 6 platform.
Phil Pratt-Szeliga's Rootbeer allows almost any Java code to run on a GPU, for impressive performance gains.
Nvidia has officially announced the world's 'most complex' GPU, the Kepler GK110.
Proprietary APIs don't work, AMD has told us at GamesCom 2011.
AMD discusses how to make GPGPU computing mainstream, as well as the potential for ARM CPUs.
We discuss gaming physics with AMD's Manju Hegde, former co-founder of Ageia and Nvidia CUDA VP.
A supercomputer at the French CEA-DAM has become the first in Europe to break 1 petaflops.
Nvidia has quietly snuck out some new OEM-themed cards, the GT440 series.
Microsoft has had a patent on GPU-accelerated video encoding, filed in 2004, granted in the US.
Intel has bought anti-virus vendor McAfee in a $7.68 billion deal - but the big question is why?
We find out which is the fastest and most efficient graphics card for Folding@home.
Intel has released a report that shows an old GPU beating a CPU in performance tests.
Former Agiea man, Manju Hegde, leaves Nvidia for AMD.
Kitted out with the latest Nvidia Tesla cards, IBM is getting behind Nvidia's GPGPU hardware.
Compiler specialist PathScale is planning an open-source alternative to CUDA and OpenCL.
Nvidia has announced that it is working on producing a CUDA-based anti-virus system which will offload the task of checking for malware on to its range of graphics processors.
Nvidia's CEO has predicted that GPU technology will increase to 570 times current performance levels in six years, while CPU tech will lag behind.
AMD has released a beta edition of its Stream SDK - version 2.0 - which introduces support for the OpenCL GPU offload specification.
Lenovo has announced the first netbook to be built around Nvidia's Ion platform, the IdeaPad S12 - with 12" screen, HDMI output, and 1.6GHz Atom processor.
Acer officially reveals the PC previously known as Hornet, which is based on Nvidia's Ion platform and has an optional motion sensitive controller.
Nvidia releases the third power pack to show off its CUDA technology, which includes some PhysX goodies and the SETI@home client.
ArcSoft reveals a new plug-in that takes advantage of CUDA to upscale DVD movies to HD resolutions.
Nvidia reveals that shifting PhysX to OpenCL is a possibility in the future, enabling owners of ATI cards to use PhysX too.
Nvidia has launched a venture capital initiative aimed at helping start-up companies develop CUDA-based GP-GPU solutions.
The sniping between Nvidia and Intel continues, as Intel's CEO, Paul Otellini, dismisses Nvidia's claims about GPGPU computing.
Nvidia has made a surprise revelation this afternoon: it now offers upgradeable notebook graphics drivers for download directly from its website.
The Khronos Group has released the first version of the OpenCL specification right on schedule - AMD, Intel and Nvidia are on board.
NVISION 2008: We've had a sneak peek at the final Age of Conan DirectX 10 content and it looks like it's going to be worth the delay.
NVISION 2008: Nvidia and Pegasys have announced CUDA support for TMPGEnc 4.0 Xpress and it delivers pretty big performance gains.
Folding@home user builds forty six GPU folding farm, processing a mind blowing 265,200 point per day!
Nvidia is due to launch its first, real PhysX driver pack to the public next week, with regular updates coming after.
COMPUTEX 2008: Intel and Nvidia are still sitting in a tree in their war of facts and friction. Intel says video encoding is better on the CPU.