Nvidia chips power fastest supercomputer

"The Chinese "Tianhe-1A" has hit 2.507 petaflops, using 7168 Nvidia Tesla M2050 GPUs and 14,336 Intel Xeon CPUs. It beats another Chinese supercomputer also using Nvidia chips called Nebulae, which can manage 1.271 petaflops when the wind is behind it and it is going downhill. Nebulae is the second fastest in the world based on the Top500 June list. Nvidia said that the "Tianhe-1A" will not only be the fastest but will also be greener.

Introducing the Second Release 260 WHQL-Certified Driver

"Just one week after the release of version 260.89 drivers, we are happy to announce the availability of version 260.99 WHQL-certified drivers. This refresh provides PC gamers with improved performance for some top titles such as Final Fantasy XIV and F1 2010. It also adds SLI profiles for Civilization V, Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II, and Fallout: New Vegas and adds 3D Vision game profiles for Call of Duty: Black Ops and Tom Clancy’s H.A.W.X. 2."

NVIDIA Releases GeForce 260.89 WHQL Driver Suite

"We are happy to announce that Release 260 drivers are now WHQL-certified. The new version 260.89 WHQL-certified drivers can be downloaded here and are available for both desktop and notebook GPUs.

XFX officially stops doing Nvidia

"XFX Europe have confirmed that they only want to associate themselves with AMD from this point onwards. The company will bring an outstanding array AMD next-generation graphics to market in October and November and it will compete aggressively against Fermi. Enough is enough, say XFX to Nvidia’s recent action to de-authorise them from the approved partner list.

2011 Is The Year of Dual-Core Superphones

"A few weeks ago we talked to some key people at Nvidia and we still have a few details to reveal from these talks. Tegra general manager Mike Rayfield told us that Nvidia strongly believes that we will see a new phone category in 2011. He calls them superphones." | more

How Nvidia Keeps PC Gaming Alive

"PC games must look better than the console games. The reason is simple, if games don’t look better on a PC and if they are identical to console versions, console manufacturers will simply win and PC gaming market will start shrinking. Of course there is some financial interest behind it. Nvidia spends millions of dollars on Tony Tamasi's group where they have hundreds of people who work very hard to make these games better.

Nvidia CEO Wants Less of a Relationship with Intel

Jensen continues to work hard at alienating Nvidia from the rest of the world.

Nvidia Fermi Successor Called Kepler

From the dark temples of mount doom, the Nvidia war machines trumpet their next successor from the Ferbi line of video cards. Using Kepler's laws to give them an approximate description of the motion of planets around the Sun, they will have scheduled the launch perfectly in sync with 2012 at the time of the Apocalypse.

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