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Next Generation of 4K Graphic Chips from AMD and Nvidia Likely to Boost PC Gaming Market

Next Generation of 4K Graphic Chips from AMD and Nvidia Likely to Boost PC Gaming Market | Nvidia | Scoop.it

Many people that buy graphics cards severely underestimate the value of updating GPU drivers. You could buy a GPU for a certain purpose, but if one of the things that you need it to do simply doesn’t work, it’s worthless.


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Callum Willis's comment, September 9, 2013 9:09 AM
get geforce expirence it auto updates the drives and notes you when new ones are out
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Frame Rating: High End GPUs Benchmarked at 4K Resolutions

Frame Rating: High End GPUs Benchmarked at 4K Resolutions | Nvidia | Scoop.it

 

Both NVIDIA and AMD current generation graphics cards support output to this TV at 3840x2160 using an HDMI cable. 

 

You might be surprised to find that HDMI 1.4 can support 4K resolutions, but it can do so only at 30 Hz (60 Hz 4K TVs won't be available until 2014 most likely), half the refresh rate of most TVs and monitors at 60 Hz. 

 

That doesn't mean we are limited to 30 FPS of performance though, far from it. 

 

As you'll see in our testing on the coming pages we were able to push out much higher frame rates using some very high end graphics solutions.

 


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Callum Willis's comment, September 9, 2013 9:05 AM
Hope my GPU can run it :)
Callum Willis's comment, September 9, 2013 9:24 AM
Todays GPUs wont be able to handle it. as the afforadable GPU £100 - £200 wont be. but newer GPUs that are costing over £250 plus that have high Vram will have a more stable framerate because they are designed for 4K and have more video memeory to support. from what i see 1080p is needing atleast with 2GB of VRAM but 4k is 4 times as large the recomendation will be 8GB and not even ultra high end GPU's have that amount! the high amount is 6GB but have been tested on 4K and runs fine. but i still feel there is more to a clomplish before 4K becomes cheaper for the public to use.
Andre Bontems's comment, September 10, 2013 4:31 PM
Thanks Callum Willis for your comments!
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Asus 4K monitor is just $4K, but don’t get too excited: Your computer isn’t powerful enough to use it

Asus 4K monitor is just $4K, but don’t get too excited: Your computer isn’t powerful enough to use it | Nvidia | Scoop.it

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


In a cute quirk of fate, at Computex 2013 Asus has announced that its consumer-oriented, IGZO-based 31.5-inch 4K monitor will cost $4K when it’s released in the US later this month.

Before you all run out and buy one, though, ask yourself one question: Do you have a graphics card that’s actually capable of outputting 4K?


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Callum Willis's comment, September 9, 2013 9:05 AM
Hope so if not i will have to upgrade
Callum Willis's comment, September 9, 2013 9:27 AM
4K tv are about 4K in price and a good computer to handle it will cost a grand on top of it or atleast 1.5k. which is very expensive
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Artificial Brains, Fortified with GPUs, Already Powering the Everyday

Artificial Brains, Fortified with GPUs, Already Powering the Everyday | Nvidia | Scoop.it

Baidu Visual Search uses GPUs to create precise image search results (Wired article)Microsoft Xbox Kinect enables accurate classification of body positions (Microsoft blog)Yandex Search uses GPUs to deliver search ranking results (Yandex blog)Google has built neural networks for various projects (Wired article)Nuance is exploring new algorithms to deliver more accurate voice-recognition products (Nuance blog)


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Jed Fisher's curator insight, August 15, 2013 3:23 PM

Nice article on how GPUs are being used now for so many applications and parallel processing tasks. 

BTW, 4D Pipeline is again helping NVIDIA with the NVIDIA GPU Technology Conference in March 2014 in San Jose, CA, USA. This is a tremendous opportunity to show what you have been doing to the world. If you are interested in speaking or participating in the show please shoot me a mail at jed [at] 4Dpipeline [dot] com.