Picking a new AMD or Nvidia graphics card can be overwhelming. We'll help you get started with everything you need to know.
NVIDIA kicked off the week by announcing two new high-end graphics card. While gamers get the RTX 3070, 3080, and 3090 to fawn over as bots and scalpers buy up stock at shocking rates, professionals who need a beefy graphics card will now get to add the RTX A6000 to their wishlist. Paired with the RTX A6000 is the new … Continue reading
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Picking a new AMD or Nvidia graphics card can be overwhelming. We'll help you get started with everything you need to know.
Windows 10 build 20190 will enable to bind a GPU to a specific app
Shadow offering cloud-based PCs to gamers, but nothing stops you from using these computers as workstations.
XTAL NovBox packs enterprise-grade XTAL 8K 180° virtual reality headset and a high-end PC into a ruggedized case.
Lenovo has revealed the first workstation to use AMD’s Threadripper PRO, with the ThinkStation P620 promising easier deployment of the potent pro chips. Offering up to 64 cores from a single CPU, the ThinkStation P620 slots in-between Lenovo’s existing single-slot P520 and dual-slot P720 machines, though the AMD filling in this Intel sandwich could make some users consider a change. … Continue reading
The new processor, debuting in the ThinkStation P620 workstation, comes with up to 64 cores.
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Blade, the French startup behind Shadow, held a press conference this morning to announce some product news as well as some corporate changes.For a monthly subscription fee, you can access a gaming PC in a data center near you.You can install anything you want — Steam, Photoshop or Word.Right now, the company offers a single configuration for $35 per month with eight threads on an Intel Xeon 2620 processor, an Nvidia Quadro P5000 GPU that performs more or less as well as an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080, 12GB of RAM and 256GB of storage.Boost: Nvidia GTX 1080 GPU, 3.4GHz with 4 cores CPU, 12GB of RAM, 256GB of storageUltra: Nvidia RTX 2080 GPU, 4GHz with 4 cores CPU, 16GB of RAM, 512GB of storage
Acer, Asus, Lenovo, Dell, and more showed off a lot of fantastic new and upgraded laptops at IFA 2019.Asus ROG Zephyrus S GX701Asus already offers gaming laptops with high display refresh rates, but the upgraded Asus ROG Zephyrus S GX701 takes things to a whole other level.According to Asus, this represents “a 25% increase over the current standard for high-level esports tournaments.”High refresh rate aside, it wouldn’t be a gaming laptop without a top-of-the-line GPU, and the Zephyrus S GX701 comes with the Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080.Vying for the attention of the creatively inclined and primed to rival the Macbook Pro is the Asus ProArt StudioBook series.
With IFA 2019 drawing to a close in Berlin, Germany, it’s time to reflect on what we’ve seen announced and had a chance to test out at the show.In particular, we saw more than a few new laptops that excited us for the end of 2019 and beyond in computing.From the most graphically-powerful laptops we've ever seen to laptops shaped like Ultrabooks but bristling with the power of portable gaming machines, there are some rad laptops coming down the pipe.Here’s a brief look at the most exciting laptops from IFA 2019.With an Nvidia Quadro RTX 6000 graphics processor (GPU) and an Intel Core i9 processor (CPU) inside, as well as a 15-inch, 4K Pantone-validated display with 120Hz refresh rate, Asus’s new pro-grade creators laptop is certainly set to be an incredibly powerful mobile workstation.Asus also has a 17-inch version of the laptop coming, complete with a four-sided NanoEdge display, the first of its kind with incredibly narrow bezels all around.
“With a Quadro RTX 6000 under the hood, this is a desktop in a laptop shell.”The most graphically powerful laptop everNo options for masses of RAMWho wouldn’t love to have the most powerful laptop in the world?Raw power first and foremostThere’s no denying that what Asus has achieved with the StudioBook One is impressive.
Acer announced a refresh to its ConceptD line of computing products at the IFA trade show in Berlin, including its RTX Studio laptops and a new ConceptD CM2241W color-accurate monitor.There are a variety of different models for the ConceptD laptops, including a Pro line with discrete Nvidia workstation-class Quadro graphics and a non-Pro line.The flagship, and probably the most recognizable, of the ConceptD notebooks is the ConceptD 9 Pro, a convertible laptop with a massive 17-inch screen that can fold and recline — similar to what Microsoft has achieved with the desktop Microsoft Surface Studio 2 — thanks to Acer’s Ezel hinge.All models in the ConceptD Pro series feature powerful 9th-Gen Intel Core processors alongside Nvidia’s line of Quadro graphics — topping out with a Quadro 5000 discrete GPU to deliver workstation-class performance in a mobile form factor.The 17.3-inch RTX Studio ConceptD 9 Pro is the flagship model of the lineup, featuring the Quadro RTX 5000 graphics with 16GB vRAM, 32GB of DDR4 memory, and ample storage.Acer said the display supports 100 percent of the Adobe RGB color space and a Delta E of less than one, making the panel extremely accurate.
But expect to pay more than the $6,000 base configuration, because that comes with a Radeon Pro 580X card, a baffling inclusion in a such an expensive system; it's the same graphics that's in the iMac (not even the iMac Pro) and likely there just because Xeons lack integrated graphics.On the laptop side, 15-inch OLED panels, which offer a bigger DCI-P3/UHDA-P3 gamut and higher contrast than other technologies, have begun shipping: I've currently got the HP Spectre x360 and Alienware m15 in for testing, so stay tuned.While OLED and recent 100% Adobe RGB panels are great developments for color-focused work, none offer the type of hardware calibration mobile workstations do.This is true for even the new gaming-systems-cooked-for-creatives such as Asus' new Concept D line.While Intel's Ice Lake chipsets with integrated Thunderbolt 3 and updated integrated graphics are supposedly coming later this year, we don't yet know when they'll make their way into higher-end systems.So here are a few rules of thumb that should help you make your decisions:
Just this month, Nvidia posted a security bulletin on its site alerting consumers that GPUs in its GeForce, Quadro, and Tesla product lines were all affected by serious vulnerabilities.The vulnerabilities range in severity, but get as dangerous as local code execution and privilege escalation, and can be found in all versions of numerous driver tracks that the company provides for its hardware.Notably, this includes the R430 line that powers the GeForce GPUs.While Nvidia has since issued new patched versions of all of its GeForce and many of its Quadro drivers, patches for some of its Quadro and Tesla drivers have not been released, and in some cases won’t be ready for two weeks.The revelation of these substantial security flaws comes at an exceptionally awkward time for the GPU manufacturer, as it has just released its GeForce RTX Super line of graphics cards to capitalize on the post-E3 gaming excitement.Considering that concern for local privilege escalation vulnerabilities is often taken less seriously than more menacing remote code execution vulnerabilities due to the comparatively limited attack vector, gamers may not think to download and install a patch to their freshly purchased RTX Super GPU.