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Intel Developing Jupiter Sound And Arctic Sound Discrete GPUs For Future Core Processors
Hot Hardware
Article and headline confusing, is it suggesting Intel is going to once again make a dedicated, "discrete" GPU **card**?. or continue the EMBEDDED CPU GPU SoC SKU's ? digitaldd • 4 days ago. As the former owner of one of those ill fated Intel740 AGP ...

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Games That Pushed The Limit: G-Police (1997)
Shacknews
The best case scenario was that you slipped on your stylish LA Lights sneakers and hoped that the Babbage's in your local mall carried a 4MB graphics card. PC games were getting better looking and more complex. The common 4MB card configurations of the ...



Ars Technica

Intel to build discrete GPUs, hires AMD's top graphics guy to do it
Ars Technica
Intel has dabbled with discrete GPUs before; its 740 GPU, released in 1998, was a standalone part using the then-new AGP port. A second attempt to build a standalone GPU was the Larrabee project, but that never shipped as a GPU. In 2009, Larrabee was ...
AMD Radeon boss Raja Koduri joins Intel to work on integrated and 'discrete' graphicsPC Gamer
Raja Koduri Joins Intel as Chief Architect to Drive Vision across Cores, Visual Computing - Intel NewsroomIntel Newsroom
Exclusive: Raja Koduri, Radeon Technologies Boss, leaves AMDHEXUS

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PC Gamer

'But can it run Crysis?'—10 years of a PC gaming meme
PC Gamer
At a time when few games required throwing out your aging PC and starting anew, Crysis ignored the development plateau introduced by consoles and forced everyone to save up for pricey hardware for the first time in a long time. 2007 also gave us Call ...



ExtremeTech

Nvidia Considers Multi-Chip GPUs for Future Designs - ExtremeTech
ExtremeTech
Historically, GPUs have been designed as monolithic dies with all of their functionality under one 'roof.' This hasn't always been the case — the earliest GPUs sometimes used separate chips for specific functionality. Both AMD and Nvidia have, at ...

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Game Revolution

Why PC Gaming Used to be Horrible
Game Revolution
Being a PC gamer can be frustrating. We have to deal with bad ports, getting games later than console gamers, expensive hardware, and a whole host of other problems. Having the best graphics, cheap games, and almost endless backward compatibility makes ...



Road to VR

New $2000 Core i9 CPU Isn't 'VR Ready' on Its Own, But Intel Says Integrated Graphics Will Get There
Road to VR
For consumers who want to do just some gaming and other light graphical work, that's a big plus because it means they can eschew the cost and bulk of a dedicated GPU. And while Intel has actually made pretty impressive strides in their integrated CPU ...



9 to 5 Mac

Why Nvidia's upcoming Pascal drivers matter: The Hackintosh
9 to 5 Mac
The $1200 Titan Xp is the fastest of all cards mentioned, but in my opinion, the $699 GTX 1080 Ti is the best buy if you're in search of absurd power at a somewhat reasonable price point. One of my goals for my upcoming Hackintosh build, besides the ...
TITAN Xp Graphics Card with Pascal Architecture | NVIDIA GeForceNvidia
NVIDIA TITAN X Graphics Card for VR Gaming | NVIDIA GeForceNvidia
Nvidia announces new Titan Xp GPU along with upcoming beta Pascal drivers for the Mac9 to 5 Mac

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The INQUIRER

AMD Radeon RX Vega confirmed for July launch
The INQUIRER
AMD HAS CONFIRMED that the Radeon RX Vega, a graphics card aimed squarely at gamers, will arrive in July, following the release of its flagship Frontier Edition. AMD CEO Su let slip the July launch date at the 45th annual JP Morgan Global Technology ...

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Tom's Hardware

AOC U3277PWQU UHD Professional Monitor Review
Tom's Hardware
@BULKZERKER: I wouldn't go so far to dream of G-/Free Sync but I'd start with something closer to the earth. To start of, such a monitor requires modern (read future proof if you wish) connectivity. Can't help but wonder why there is a VGA connector ...


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