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It’s Official. NVIDIA GeForce GTX RTX 2080 Ti Is NVIDIA’s Fastest Consumer GPU

Another year, another graphics card breakthrough by one of the world’s biggest graphics card maker, NVIDIA. NVIDIA has just announced the RTX line and in it is this: the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti Graphics Card, the fastest GeForce and company’s fastest GPU to date. Featuring NVIDIA Turing GPU architecture, this newest flagship graphics card features 11 GB of GDDR6 memory, offering you up to 6x the performance over the previous generation graphics cards. Continue reading It’s Official. NVIDIA GeForce GTX RTX 2080 Ti Is NVIDIA’s Fastest Consumer GPU

You Can Boost Your MacBook Pro’s Graphics With This Blackmagic eGPU

Apple MacBook Pro series of laptops is capable and powerful. It is even more so now with the latest update, but however ‘powerful’ they may be, the graphics department is not up to par when compared to its desktop compatriots. Understanding that some users may need insane graphics, Apple and Blackmagic Design has come together to design and launch a new external graphics process unit (eGPU), simply called Blackmagic eGPU. Continue reading You Can Boost Your MacBook Pro’s Graphics With This Blackmagic eGPU

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Staked Claim As World’s Fastest Gaming GPU

Game graphics requirement and graphics card are like two knife-wielding person stabbing at each other. You never know which demands the bump in technology first; the game or the graphics card. That’s one mystery which I attribute to as the magic of supply and demand. Anyways, barely a year on since the introduction of NVIDIA’s flagship GeForce GTX “with shocking sticker,” the Santa Clara graphics card maker has unveiled its newest flagship, the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti, at the 2017 Game Developers Conference in San Francisco. Continue reading NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Staked Claim As World’s Fastest Gaming GPU

NVIDIA Unveils New Flagship GeForce GTX Graphics With Shocking Sticker

When you are promised with next-generation flagship graphics cards, you are likely to expect next-generation price points too (read: expensive), but it seems like that doesn’t applies to NVIDIA new flagships, the GeForce GTX 1080 and GTX 1070. Announced on the day ahead of the largest BYOC (Bring Your Own Computer) gaming events, DreamHack, happening at Austin Convention Center, the pair of graphics cards are obviously geared towards gamers and packs 8GB of next-generation GDDR5X graphics memory technology from Micron. There’s a catch here though; the next-gen memory is only found on the 1080 model and not the 1070. We are not surprised at all as there’s no reason for 1070 to outperform the one true flagship, right? Continue reading NVIDIA Unveils New Flagship GeForce GTX Graphics With Shocking Sticker

Alienware Graphics Amplifier Adds Desktop Graphics Power to Alienware 13 Gaming Laptop

Today’s gaming laptops are pretty capable, but that’s in the mobile sense, which means they are as good as they gets and hardly comparable to desktops. So chances are, hardcore gamers will have both a portable such as a gaming laptop for the road and a full blown gaming rig setup at home. However, that might change with the introduction of the Alienware Graphics Amplifier, well, that’s only if you’re planning to purchase the Alienware 13 gaming laptop, cos’ this “graphic booster”, which only works with a proprietary connector on the Alienware 13. Dell calls it having the best of both worlds by giving you the freedom of mobility and also offers you desktop graphics quality, thus solving your graphics woes (when you’re at home, that is). Continue reading Alienware Graphics Amplifier Adds Desktop Graphics Power to Alienware 13 Gaming Laptop

What We Have Missed: Day 220, Week 32 In The Year Of 2014

Dart Active Stylus Dart – The Next Generation Active Stylus With PCB Digital Circuitry
if you doodle with an iPad, chances are you use a stylus. the problem with today’s styluses is the ridiculously wide tip, which can’t do fine lines or write minuscule letters. in comes Dart stylus. it has an super thin 2mm fine silicone tip with built in circuitry to enable iPad to recognize the stroke it makes. $59.99. BUY.

Backtracker Radar For Bicycle Backtracker Puts A Micro Radar At The Back Of Your Bike
there are two parts to this cycling safety gear: a micro radar with built-in lights that can detect cars up to 400 feet away and flashing more frequently as the cars get closer to alert them of your presence; and a handlebar-mounted LED readout that illuminates as cars approaches, so you can be better prepared. $199. BUY. [via]
Slingbox M1 Slingbox M1 Lets You Stream From Your Home TV To A Laptop or Mobile Device
boasting WiFi connectivity, the Slingbox M1 lets you watch local or cable programs while you are thousand of miles away, or simply just extending the feed from your cable box to other TV sets at home via a Slingbox app on Roku, Apple TV, and other set top boxes – all without being bothered by geoblocking. $149.99. BUY.

BACtrack Vio Smartphone Breathalyzer BACtrack Vio Is A Breathalyzer That Works With Your Smartphone
connected to your smartphone via Bluetooth, BACtrack Vio is a keychain-size breathalyzer with MicroCheck Sensor technology that lets you keep tab on your alcohol level without the need to plug into your phone. readouts are wirelessly send to a free BACtrack companion app on your smartphone. $49.99. BUY.

Fujin Vacuum Cleaner Lens This Faux Lens Will Suck Dust Out Of Your DLSR Sensor
the lens-like vacuum cleaner by Fujin is designed to attach any Canon DSLR with an EF mount and activating it will simply suck out any dust and whatever foreign particles that are not suppose to be inside. you will need to fire off the shutter to expose the sensor for it to suck our particles from there. 3,500 Yen. BUY. [via]
AMD Firepro S9150 GPU Meet FirePro S9150, AMD’s 2 TFLOPS HPC Graphics Card
need a ridiculously fast performing GPU for your server? AMD has one for you: the FirePro S9150, which outguns NVIDIA’s K40 by a good 76 percent at 2.53 teraflops. it is fabbed using a 28nm process and uses similar graphics technologies as found in Xbox One and Playstation 4. $tba. LEARN MORE. [via]

ASUS Announced A Barrage Of Gaming Products At Computex, Including A Console PC

ASUS has come a long way with its gaming arm, the Republic of Gamers (ROG) and not surprisingly, it has taken the opportunity at the Computex 2014 to unveil a barrage of drool-worthy gaming gears, including a small form factor gaming desktop (G20), a console PC (GR8), a gaming laptop (GX500), gaming motherboards (Crossblade Ranger and Maximus VII Impact and Formula), high-performance graphics card (ARES III), mouse (GLADIUS) and keyboard (GK2000), that are designed to coax you into dropping some serious dough for them. of course, pricing for these products are yet to be confirmed, but still, it is an exciting peek into what the Taiwanese computer maker has to offer for the rest of 2014. keep going for more details. Continue reading ASUS Announced A Barrage Of Gaming Products At Computex, Including A Console PC

AMD Radeon R9 295X2 Graphics Card

if you are a hardcore PC gamer, chances are you’d built your own rig and has serious lust for both processing and graphics power. while processing power has been addressed and pretty much fixed at this point, it is the graphics card that is going to determine if you are going to play games in maximum possible setting to satisfy your need for insane graphics details. speaking of which, the AMD Radeon R9 295X2 Graphics Card is the new kid in town that’s claiming the world’s fastest video card title (for now) and it has a cool 11.5 Teraflops to account for that speed claim, backed by 8GB of GDDR5 video memory and a dual 512-bit memory bus – all rigged to an Asetek-supplied liquid cooling solution to keep the heat down. Continue reading AMD Radeon R9 295X2 Graphics Card

NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan Z Graphics Card

last week was probably the most exciting week for hardcore, graphics-hungry PC gamers cos’ it was when NVIDIA officially unveiled the next-generation of insanely powerful graphics card, the GTX Titan Z. it has been a year since the world met with the 2,668 GPU cores Titan and we thought that was crazy; well, it was. touting a dual Kepler GPUs setup with 12GB of dedicated memory, the Titan Z is capable of an astounding 8 Teraflops of performance, which is nearly double of what the Titan is capable of, but that’s only logical, cos’ it is after all, a dual GPUs graphics card which packs a whopping 5,760 processing cores, or 2,880 cores per GPU, effectively making it a supercomputer that could literally fit under your desk. Continue reading NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan Z Graphics Card

Fusion-io 1.6TB ioFX Graphics Accelerator

if you happen to be one of those pro designers caught in the 4K bug, then you are definitely going to go gaga over the newly announced Fusion-io 1.6TB ioFX Graphics Accelerator. the 1.6TV ioFX joins the 460GB model, catering to demanding creative professionals working with 4K Visual Effects Production, Stereoscopic 3D, Digital Intermediate, Computer Assisted Design (CAD), and Video Editing. of course, its capability goes beyond the aforementioned and it will gladly assist you in handling encoding, transcoding, particle simulations, as well as working with large quantities of cached data. with its massive spec, the ioFX aims to relieve the load from the CPU, thus letting you tap on the full native power of your machine and enabling you to complete your work with greater efficiency. Continue reading Fusion-io 1.6TB ioFX Graphics Accelerator