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Nvidia release "Supercomputer" graphics card

Published in Technology & Computing

The Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Tennessee is home to the worlds fastest supercomputer nicknamed "Titan", Nvidia created the chips that power Titan and have now released a graphics card using the same chip.

How to build a system to run Resolve - on a shoestring

Published in Post & VFX

One man's quest to put together a smooth, responsive system to run DaVinci Resolve on a budget (and how to get round some of the problems that will trip you up when you try).

Nvidia raise the graphics bar (again)

Published in Technology & Computing

It was only back in March that we wrote about the release of the latest Quadro cards from Nvidia including the K5000 but now they have released the next model in the family, the Quadro K6000, and it's a monster

Pixar's new animation system allows animators to visualise their characters with all the important detail visible. Like hair!

 Consumer-grade GPUs are getting faster and, crucially, they're using less power

Dell's M6800 is a laptop with the power of a desktop workstation. We've tried it out

Ray Tracing has always produced the most spectacular results of all CGI techniques. We've all seen those images of chrome balls on chess-boards, with every reflection - even between multiple balls - faithfully rendered. And "rendered" is the important word here, because, until now, real-time ray tracing on anything other than a supercomputer has been impossible.

What needs 16 3G SDI connections?

Published in Post & VFX

The answer? 8K video at 60p

4K is just the beginning...

Published in Technology & Computing

4K is just a stepping stone on the way to higher resolutions

How do you choose between consumer and pro graphics cards? Low cost and high performance are compelling with the lower-end products, but compatability and support are better with the professional versions. Oren Payton explores this in depth

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