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A 39-test comparison of Nvidia's 72-core Grace CPU to AMD's Threadripper 7980X and 7995WX shows Grace on the heels of Threadripper 7000.
Nvidia has published two new security driver updates, one dedicated to Windows 7, 8, and 8.1, and the other dedicated to Kepler GPUs.
As Nvidia's stock price breaks out above $800, its market capitalization has finally hit $2 trillion.
A Department of Commerce official stated that sanctions on China wouldn't extend to "mature chips or legacy chips."
With Nvidia's valuation soaring to $1.9 trillion, Jensen Huang is on the verge of becoming one of the top 20 wealthiest individuals globally.
The laptop, which starts at €999 Euros (or roughly $1080 USD) boasts a 16:10 1600p IPS display with 100% sRGB coverage and up to 165 Hz.
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