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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 Jan 2014 @ 10:04:00 - written by Alex Voicu
4th Dec 2012 @ 12:00:00 - written by Alex Voicu
In an attempt to rekindle embers long thought extinguished, ATI releases some shockingly useful tools.
13th Jun 2012 @ 14:35:00 - written by TeamB3D
Your path starts here!
23rd Mar 2012 @ 20:17:00 - written by William
Our good friend David Kanter over at RWT briefly analyzed Kepler's architecture yesterday. In short, he found Kepler is much more focused on graphics over compute. Just what kind of sacrifices on the compute side did Nvidia make? You'll have to read the article to find out!
9th Feb 2012 @ 15:07:00 - written by Alex G
Helping C++ developers use their GPUs for more than gaming.
7th Dec 2011 @ 21:24:00 - written by Alex Voicu
Will our old friend the graphics API die? Will it morph into something more tightly fitting around the metal hidden under the respectable coolers of modern GPUs? We sail forth seeking to find out!
9th Sep 2011 @ 22:53:00 - written by Rys
Over at the Tech Report, Scott's taken a fresh look at graphics performance analysis using a body of collected data that's been at everyone's fingertips for some time, but hasn't been used in anger in a big public analysis before.
21st Jul 2011 @ 00:00:00 - written by Alex G
Analysis of Intel's QPI 1.1 introduced with Sandy Bridge.
28th May 2011 @ 23:16:00 - written by William
CUDA 4.0 and Parallel Nsight 2.0 have finally been released. So far I am having a positive experience using both these products. Try them out and report back to us in the forums!
26th Apr 2011 @ 15:11:00 - written by Alex G
How important is memory bandwidth? RealWorldTech looks at its implications in GPU performance and its importance for upcoming integrated solutions.
24th Apr 2013 @ 00:37:00 - written by William
Curious about how Haswell's eDRAM might affect its iGPU performance? Fear not for David Kanter has once again provided us the answers to our architectural questions. Head on over to RWT and follow the discrete GPU's death!
3rd Dec 2012 @ 09:09:00 - written by Alex Voicu
AMD adds more heterogeneity to the heterogeneous computing landscape.
23rd Apr 2012 @ 20:29:00 - written by William
Our good friend David Kanter has given a great analysis of Ivy Bridge's new graphical capabilities. I know a lot of us can be pretty lukewarm to integrated graphics hardware, but personally I found some pretty interesting architectural details in his article. It's worth your time to check it out.
22nd Mar 2012 @ 17:42:00 - written by William
It looks like Nvidia has once again reclaimed the performance crown. PhysX fans rejoice! Check out Scott's review over at TechReport to learn more about Nvidia's latest offering.
8th Dec 2011 @ 17:02:00 - written by William
Nvidia claims that developers can double their performance in a mere four weeks! Find out if this could be applicable to you!
25th Oct 2011 @ 12:46:00 - written by Rys
We've recently had the opportunity to take a look at a couple of pieces of graphics programming literature. The first, The Magic of Computer Graphics, is a trip through most modern rendering techniques in good depth. The latter, 3D Engine Design for Virtual Globes, well, we leave that to the review!
29th Jul 2011 @ 16:29:00 - written by Alex G
What Wii think U can expect from Nintendo's next console.
29th Jun 2011 @ 17:58:00 - written by William
Want to know the inner workings of Fusion and Llano? Our good friend David Kanter has just the article for you. I've read it and can personally attest that it's a good one (can a bad Kanter article even exist?). Make sure you stop on over to RWT.
26th Apr 2011 @ 22:27:00 - written by Alex G
Registered PSN users beware. Your personal information has been compromised.
15th Apr 2011 @ 15:14:00 - written by Alex G
PC Lead for Shift 2 explains the renderer along with details on their anti-aliasing methods and multi-GPU support.
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