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NVIDIA has officially revealed their next generation mobile processor, the Tegra K1, which is based on their Kepler architecture and will come in two versions, including one with dual 64-bit CPUs
NVIDIA is revealing more about its next generation mobile chip, which has the code name Project Logan, along with some new videos that show off its graphical capabilities.
Folks are expecting the new desktop Geforce 700 series to hit market early next year but a rumor says we might see the new graphics chips as early as next month before the Computex trade show.
Nvidia continues its push into the mid-range market with a Kepler-based card that is expected to retail for about $230 -- right in-between AMD's Radeon HD 7850 and 7870.
NVIDIA's Kepler architecture, found in its current generation of high-end GPUs, will be making a move to the company's mobile offerings with the GeForce GTX 680M, it has announced.
NVIDIA has launched new budget graphics cards based on its Fermi platform. The new line is primarily made up of rebranded cards from previous GeForce lines.
NVIDIA has announced its plans to launch VGX, a new cloud-based PC graphics technology that it claims will bring higher end graphics and software to low end PCs.
Continuing Kepler's rollout, Nvidia has unveiled the GTX 670, which is priced against the HD 7950 at $399. Despite being $100 cheaper than the GTX 680, the GTX 670 doesn't appear to be much slower.
A letter from NVIDIA's CEO Jen-Hsun Huang to his employees this week strongly hints that the company's newest and most powerful GPU, code name Kepler, could show up in so-called "superphones".