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Nvidia's new X1 superchip is meant for much more than mobile gaming, which has been at the forefront of visual tech maker's agenda for the last few years.
At Hot Chips, Nvidia revealed some of Denver's surprises and showed the first performance test results for this souped-up version of the Tegra K1 processor designed for smartphones, tablets and Chromebooks.
Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang attributed the quarter's growth to three key areas: gaming, mobile, and datacenters/cloud.
To kick off its annual GPU Technology Conference this week, Nvidia announced new products for the PC, mobile and cloud, and updated its technology roadmaps for GeForce GPUs and Tegra mobile chips.
Nvidia's new GTX 880M grabs the title of "world's fastest mobile GPU."
Nvidia's Tegra mobile processor had a dismal second quarter, but the company is optimistic about the second half. On the flip side, Nvidia Tesla processor server bet is paying off.
Nvidia did not announce any new products at Computex, but it nonetheless had a very high profile notching wins for both Tegra mobile chips and its latest GeForce GPUs.
It's far too early to rule Intel out of the mobile game. The company's success with 14-nanometer architecture could give it the power it needs to elbow aside the likes of ARM and Nvidia.
Nvidia has broadened its portfolio, stepped up product development, and bet everything on a version of Tegra with integrated 4G LTE wireless in a bid to become more competitive in the cut-throat mobile chip business.
The result of the crowdsourced Project Fiona is a 10.1-inch device stuffed with an Intel Core processor and an Nvidia mobile graphics card and priced starting at $999.
The Tegra 4 has at its heart 72 custom Nvidia GeForce GPU cores, giving it six-times the graphics processing power of the Tegra 3.
Taiwanese chipmaker joins Samsung and Nvidia in the space for mobile quad-core chipsets, and targets mid to high-end smartphones and China market.
As the previously lucrative PC market continues to crumble, Nvidia is looking to embrace mobile computing, and it is talking up tablets as replacements for cheap PCs. But given Apple's dominance with the iPad, nothing is certain.
The bet for Nvidia is that its Tegra 3 sales will surge with superphone unveilings at the Mobile World Congress in a few weeks, followed by steady design wins leading up to Windows 8.
AMD, Nvidia introduce "new" mobile graphics card lineups, but Radeon 7000M, GeForce 600M are just rebadges
As we've mentioned before, rebadging is one of the graphics card world's dirty little secrets. Take your existing graphics engine, tweak the clock speeds a little, and -- voila -- it's a whole new card with a spiffier-sounding product name.
Nvidia is upbeat about the prospects for its Tegra mobile chip, but analysts remain wary.
Nvidia sees a good quarter ahead and touts its Tegra chips for mobile devices.
Toshiba's flagship gaming laptop demos 3D capabilities in mobile computing, with help from the new NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560M graphics card. But are you willing to wear 3D glasses while you game?
You'll have heard of Nvidia, the graphics and mobile chip maker. Until today, you won't have heard of Icera, which hails from Bristol and makes data chips for mobiles.
Chipset manufacturer Nvidia has announced that it will purchase Icera, manufacturers of baseband processors for mobile devices, in order to strengthen its position in the mobile market.The deal with UK-based Icera is valued at $367m (£224.
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