Tag Archives: GPU

Nvidia boosts virtual GPU support to help home workers

The pandemic has changed the way organizations operate and many workers will continue to work from home once their coworkers began returning to the office which is why Nvidia has released a new version of its virtual GPU software, vGPU. The latest version of vGPU adds support for more workloads …

Read More »

macOS Big Sur driver code hints at mysterious AMD Navi 31 GPU

We’re still be waiting for the AMD Navi 21 to appear, but its successor may have already been outed courtesy of Apple. As spotted by Hardware Leaks, Apple’s macOS 11 Big Sur Developer Beta 1 has given the so-called AMD Navi 31 graphics card its first major leak. The GPU is …

Read More »

Apple iMac with AMD Navi GPU could debut at WWDC

Apple reportedly plans to unveil a new iMac at WWDC later this month. That’s according to tipster Sonny Dickson, who claims that a new iMac will be shown off at Apple’s typically software-focused event on 22 June.  New iMac incoming at WWDC. iPad Pro design language, with Pro Display like …

Read More »

Nvidia and AMD gear up for next-gen 7nm GPU war

It looks like Nvidia and AMD are gearing up to produce next-gen 7nm graphics cards, with both companies reportedly snapping up any spare 7nm capacity TSMC (Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company) has. Lots of tech companies use TSMC to build their chips, and for quite a while Apple was its biggest …

Read More »

Asus revives ‘obsolete’ GPU to power up to four monitors, targets businesses

Asus has quietly unveiled a new graphics card that can support up to four monitors, but it’s definitely not aimed at gamers. Instead, the GT710-4H-SL-2GD5 targets businesses looking to improve productivity by “enabling quiet multi-monitor” setups. In other words, it will handle most non-gaming applications, provided they’re not too resource …

Read More »