Tag: NVidia

Quake II RTX is out now, and it’s ready to eat your GPU

Back in January, I wrote that Quake II was the best argument for Nvidia’s ray-tracing graphics cards. Obviously, the company heard me, because it has released its own RTX Remaster of the classic shooter (in partnership with Bethesda). You can download Quake II RTX Remastered on Steam right now. If you don’t already own the […]

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Nvidia EGX takes AI computing to the edge of the network

Nvidia is launching its EGX Platform to bring real-time artificial intelligence to the edge of the network. That means AI computing will happen at the edge of the network, where sensors collect data before it is sent to cloud-connected data centers. “There’s a massive change in the computing industry being driven by growth of [Internet […]

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Razer Blade Studio Edition laptops targeted at creators

Razer has unveiled its Razer Blade Studio Edition laptops for creators and “prosumers” featuring the latest Intel processors and Nvidia graphics. The line will feature upgraded versions of the existing Razer Blade 15 and Razer Blade Pro 17, with Nvidia’s new Quadro RTX and Nvidia GeForce RTX graphics processing units (GPUs). The Razer Blade Studio […]

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Nvidia unveils RTX Studio for desktop-style performance on laptops

Nvidia unveiled the tech behind new RTX Studio laptops, which can provide desktop-level computing performance for laptop users. Aimed at creators, the machines are targeted at independent artists who are fueling growing fields like social media, digital advertising, and 3D development. Nvidia says these laptops can deliver up to seven times the performance of a […]

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Why Intel is well-positioned against AMD and Nvidia

Semiconductors are in a bit of a gully right now. IDC predicted last week that after three consecutive years of growth, the market will decline 7%. Ironically, chip shortages have in part led to slower growth in certain markets. Unsurprisingly, NAND prices have plummeted, and there’s even mention that Intel will see declines in its […]

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