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Whether you're interested in games, CGI movies, or the latest hardware to push your pixels, Tom's Hardware provides you with the latest news in graphics.
Nvidia is releasing the source code to its LLVM-based CUDA compiler for researchers and software tool vendors.
Finally, you'll be able to define individual graphics settings for each of your 3D applications (read: games).
An announcement from Nvidia made at the most recent SC11 conference apparently got lost in a wave of supercomputing announcements.
Gamers waiting patiently for the Razer Blade laptop should be able to pre-order the device in the next couple of days.
"A Rose by Any Other Name is Still a Rose"... and still with thorns.
Nvidia has released two Skyrim tweak guides to get the game running optimally on your GeForce-based system.
The first Cedar Trail PCs are making their way to customers.
Seasons greetings are accompanied by information about the new GeForce GTX 560 Ti 448 Core, a list of products that are suffering availability, seasonal price increases, and some rumors regarding the next-gen...
Nvidia's Tegra platform is being used to design two rovers that will travel across the moon next year.
It's been a yawner of a year, but we will hit a milestone mark.
In a third interview with Nordic Hardware, Pat Bliemer, the Managing Director of Intel Northern Europe, discusses AMD's Llano, Integrated Graphics and how it can compete in the market.
Rarely are MMOs anticipated as hotly as Star Wars: The Old Republic. We take a close look at the offspring of legendary developer Bioware and the larger-than-life Star Wars franchise, then tell you what kind of...
Nvidia's first Kepler graphics cards are now believed to be available in March or April of next year.
It appears that AMD is preparing a new variant of the Radeon 6000-series to compete with Nvidia's GTX 560 graphics card.
There are not many highlights in the 2011 semiconductor sales ranking; only four of the 20 largest chip companies were able to post double-digit growth rates.
Samsung has revealed the Exynos 4212 Cortex-A9-based chip and the Exynos 5250 Cortex-A15-based chip, both capable of Full HD (1080p) video and 3D graphics.
What will you be doing come Monday, December 5th? If you are like us here at Tom's Hardware, you'll be waiting for the official details on AMD's upcoming Radeon HD 7000 to be announced.
When you absolutely, positively need to transfer lots.
AMD is finally shifting its focus away from competing with long-time rival Intel, and instead will focus its energy on emerging markets and cloud computing.
Ready for a limited edition graphics card? The GeForce GTX 560 Ti 448 Core just landed. Learn how it differs from the GeForce GTX 560 Ti, why its life will be be short, if it's a decent performer, and what we...
Company says it never meant to mislead anyone.
Out with the new, in with the old?
Earlier this year, we took a detailed look at different anti-aliasing technologies in Part 1 of this series. In Part 2, we test all of those modes in order to get an accurate picture of the performance hit we...
Nvidia's CUDA, Compute Unified Device Architecture, just turned five years old in a relatively quite ceremony held at SC11 and on Nvidia's blog.
AMD has added support for Adobe's Stage 3D API with the latest release of its graphics driver package, Catalyst 11.11.
Semiconductor revenues are now expected to climb by just 1.2 percent this year and remain essentially flat over 2010, according to a new report released by IHS.
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