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The PALiT GTX 460 Sonic Platinum 1GB GDDR5 Video Card has a core speed of 800MHz, the Shader Clock is 1600MHz & the 1024MBs of GDDR5 256 bit memory is 4000MHz DDR. It comes with 336 CUDA cores, 56 texture units & 32 raster operators. The texture fillrate is 44.8 Gtexels/s, pixel fillrate is 25.6 GTexels/s & the memory bandwidth is 128GB/s. Without a doubt, this is the best bang-for-the-buck video card currently on the planet.
These drivers adds support for Nvidia's 3D Vision Surround and performance increases for the Geforce GTX 400 serie.
Built from the ground up for DirectX 11, GeForce GTX 460 delivers the ultimate next generation gaming experience. With DirectX 11 tessellation performance, GTX 460 packs highly detailed visuals into your games - without sacrificing high frame rates. And with NVIDIA 3D Vision™, PhysX®, and CUDA™ technologies, GeForce GTX 460 powers all the incredibly realistic effects that your games can throw its way.
Nearing a 52-week low
Recent volatility in the market has affected all tech stocks, but thanks to compounding concerns and poor analyst ratings, Nvidia has seen a sharp fall over recent months.
Two months ago Nvidia was trading at $16.99, a month ago it was down to $12.10 and now it closed at $10.34. Some 18 months ago, the stock was selling at $7.95, but it recovered to $18.68 in December 2009. Before the onset of the recession, in mid-2007, the stock was trading above the $35 mark.
This is a beta driver release from the Release 256 family of drivers (versions 256.xx to 259.xx). This driver package supports GeForce 6, 7, 8, 9, 100, 200, 300, and 400-series desktop GPUs as well as ION desktop GPUs.
For most people, there is no such thing as a CPU vs. GPU battle, but for companies like Intel and NVIDIA, there is such a thing, and it's heated. Naturally, gaming wouldn't be stellar if the only acceleration came from the GPU, and likewise, we wouldn't get too far with our OS running off of a GPU, but in between, there exists a battleground where neither is prepped to come out victorious.
All about the GTX 400 series
Nvidia has rolled out its WHQL certified 257.21 Geforce driver with support for Geforce 6, 7, 8, 9, 100, 200, 300 and of course, the 400 series graphics cards as well as the ION GPUs. The new version of the Geforce driver is, as expected, all about Geforce GTX 400 series and brings numerous new features as well as performance improvements for the noted series.
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The PALiT GTX 470 1280MB GDDR5 Video Card is loaded with technologies; NVIDIA PhysX, 3D Vision, 3D Vision Surround, CUDA, 3-way NVIDIA SLI Technology, DirectX 11 support and more. The core speed is 607MHz, the Shader Clock is 1215MHz and the 1280MBs of GDDR5 320 bit memory is 3350MHz DDR. It comes with 448 CUDA cores, 56 texture units and 40 raster operators. The texture fillrate is 34 Gtexels/s, pixel fillrate is 24.3 GTexels/s and the memory bandwidth is 134GB/s.
Based on new GF104
Our Far East sources are telling us that a dual-chip card from Nvidia is coming. It is based on GF104, Nvidia’s new chip. This is a successor of Fermi that should get lower TDPs and better performance per watt.
The dual-chip card is supposed to finally take over the performance crown from ATI, and this is something that Nvidia desperately wants and needs. It’s always good to win and have the fastest card on the market.
Hardware makers will unite behind Google's Android as the primary operating system for tablet computers, according to Nvidia's CEO.
Tablets are shaping up to be one of the highlights of the annual Computex show in Taipei, where hardware makers are showing off their latest products and prototypes. Most manufacturers are expected to show off tablets, with some designed to run Android and others Windows. But Windows isn't the best choice for a tablet, said Jen-Hsun Huang, president and CEO at Nvidia.
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