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All your questions about the great nemesis of graphics, and some of its cures, answered in one fell swoop. Would you kindly jump right in?
24th Mar 2011 @ 14:37:00 - written by William
Nvidia just released their new flagship video card today. Can it keep up with AMD's 6990?
16th Mar 2011 @ 21:31:00 - written by Alex G
Executive Producer Nathan Camarillo has issued a challenge that few console forums warriors will resist!
14th Mar 2011 @ 23:30:00 - written by William
Worried that Moore's Law will end at 22nm? Don't worry David Kanter has got you covered...
28th Feb 2011 @ 19:36:00 - written by William
NVIDIA has announced today their latest release of CUDA. We examine the upcoming features and how it might pertain to you. Can we expect a CUDA revolution with this release? Read on to find out.
16th Feb 2011 @ 02:42:00 - written by William
Have you fallen behind on the latest semiconductor technology? Fret not, our good friend David Kanter has analyzed the recent process technology advancements in his latest article. This is your chance to finally understand the technologies being used to manufacture your next potential GPU.
15th Dec 2010 @ 12:26:00 - written by Rys
For all those who wanted to stick a crocodile within a computer case, we have great news, ATI has you covered! Well OK, it's just a codename, but still, with a wee bit of imagination...
22nd Oct 2010 @ 13:02:00 - written by Alex Voicu
One year has passed since ATI launched its Evergreen lineup. In the meantime, the ATI brand got killed by a beautiful AMD VP of Marketing, great sales were achieved, and the beavers toiled away at tweaking the product mix. The result? Northern Islands says hi!
4th Aug 2010 @ 21:35:00 - written by Alex Voicu
Parallelism is one of the more trendy topics these days. Our friends at RealWorldTech cover Hot Par 2010, one of the conferences aimed at software developers looking to get a bit more from all of the new, swanky, multi and many core beasts.
12th Jul 2010 @ 22:23:00 - written by Rys
NVIDIA's latest DX11 hardware hasn't had an easy life since it was born back in March. Roundly criticised for being late, hot, hard to find, power hungry and expensive, GF100-powered GeForces continue to struggle to overcome those downsides with their obvious performance.
22nd Jun 2010 @ 01:29:00 - written by Richard Connery
Rage on consoles, which hardware is the favourite? John Carmack answers in his own style but yes, either one appears to be fine and run at 60fps.
17th Mar 2011 @ 22:50:00 - written by Alex G
Warner Bros continues to choo- choo- choose the Unreal Engine Train!
16th Mar 2011 @ 20:00:00 - written by Farid
Alex -more know under his AlStrong alias on the forums- decided that it was time to kick start back into motion an old Beyond3D tradition, developer interviews. The first entry in that series renaissance is long talk with Doug Brooks, Visceral Games Technical Art Director, on the Dead Space engine.
1st Mar 2011 @ 19:18:00 - written by William
Move over Metro 2033, 3ds Max 2012 and Maya 2012 are stealing your PhysX moment...
22nd Feb 2011 @ 17:00:00 - written by Arun
What better time than right after Mobile World Congress 2011 to look at the state of the Application Processors market? We also examine NVIDIA's time-to-market claims for Kal-El and some of the innovations in ST-Ericsson's A9600 - before finally predicting the fate of the smartphone market.
7th Feb 2011 @ 13:15:00 - written by Arun
Processor architectures for handheld devices get surprisingly little attention despite their rich history and importance. So this in-depth article is long overdue, and might even pave the way for the analysis of handheld 3D GPUs and other subjects in the months to come.
23rd Oct 2010 @ 23:30:00 - written by Rys
Being as timely as ever, we take NVIDIA's Fermi apart just as it's about to be refreshed.
1st Sep 2010 @ 16:29:00 - written by Rys
The x86 microprocessor world is on the verge of hotting up again, as both big vendors gear up to launch new products. With AMD's approach to x86 evolution being infinitely more interesting than Intel's, we're glad of any deep analysis into the inner workings of Bulldozer, their next-gen µarch.
21st Jul 2010 @ 20:20:00 - written by Alex Voicu
Consequences will never be the same. Really!
7th Jul 2010 @ 11:34:00 - written by Alex Voicu
This is what happens when you combine a determined author, profiling tools and a controversial topic.
2nd Apr 2010 @ 11:09:00 - written by Rys
Beyond Programmable Shading -- the full-day graphics course taught at SIGGRAPH for the last couple of years -- has been fleshed out and is being run as a full class this year at Stanford, by AMD's Mike Houston and Intel's Aaron Lefohn.
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