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Khronos' President talks OpenCL, DX Compute Shader, and more
We recently got to speak with Neil Trevett, who is both the Khronos Group's President and Nvidia's VP of Embedded Content, about OpenCL, DirectX...
AMD refines its approach to Stream Computing
Just like Nvidia, AMD provides developers with tools to use its GPUs for non-graphics applications, but AMD doesn't make as much noise about it. Curious,...
The Enthusiast System Architecture in action
Nvidia announced its Enthusiast System Architecture back in November, promising to consolidate system and hardware monitoring under a single communication protocol. ESA-certified hardware is now...
Valve's Source engine goes multi-core
IF THE LAUNCH OF Intel's new quad-core Core 2 Extreme QX6700 processor has made...
Snapstream's Personal Video Station
ASK ME ABOUT THE COOLEST piece of technology I've bought in the...
|Cloud surge, Surface sales buoy Microsoft's quarterly results||46|
|First-person parkour zombie-fest Dying Light is out now||0|
|Unreal Engine 4 demo blurs line between rendered and reality||31|
|EVGA unleashes four new ambidextrous gaming mice||4|
|Details leak out on AMD's first Zen-based desktop CPUs||119|
|Some 840 EVOs still vulnerable to read speed slowdowns||75|
|Nvidia: the GeForce GTX 970 works exactly as intended||140|
|Report: 4GB of RAM coming to GTX 960 in March||118|
|Early deal of the week: A 27" G-Sync monitor for $480||39|
|Hm. There is a long tradition in benchmarking of testing flops rates with directed tests on real chips that's meant as a companion to theoretical peak...||+66|