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  1. AlphaAtlas

    Patent Suggests Future AMD GPUs Could Support Variable Rate Shading

    Twitter user 0x22h spotted a patent suggesting that AMD could introduce Variable Rate Shading in their future GPUs. Nvidia's Turing architecture already supports VRS, which AMD's patent succinctly describes as "a technique for performing rasterization and pixel shading with decoupled...
  2. AlphaAtlas

    Nvidia Uses Neural Network to Render 3D Environments

    Nvidia claims they've developed software that can take a series of input videos, and generate a unique, but visually similar 3D representation of the world depicted in them. While Unreal Engine 4 is used somewhere in the process, the heart of the software is a neural network that can extract a...
  3. cageymaru

    AMD Unveils World's First 7nm Datacenter GPUs with PCIe 4.02 Interconnect

    AMD unveiled the world's first lineup of 7nm GPUs for the datacenter that will utilize an all new version of the ROCM open software platform for accelerated computing. "The AMD Radeon Instinct MI60 and MI50 accelerators feature flexible mixed-precision capabilities, powered by high-performance...
  4. cageymaru

    AMD Radeon Vega Mobile Is Coming to High Performance Premium Notebooks

    AMD has announced a new product lineup of AMD Radeon Vega Mobile graphics as options for high performance premium notebooks like the 15-inch Apple MacBook Pro starting in late November. AMD Radeon Pro Vega 20 and Radeon Pro Vega 16 graphics will feature the 14nm FinFET process and HBM2. These...
  5. AlphaAtlas

    Otoy Uses Gamer GPU Cloud to Render Content

    VentureBeat reports that Otoy is using a gamer GPU "cloud" to collaboratively render graphics on the cheap. RNDR harnesses over 14,000 GPUs that would normally be sitting idle in PCs, and connects them using "cloud, blockchain, and cryptocurrency technologies," The company claims the whole...
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    Proposed Workstation - any thoughts? (only if you have a moment)

    APOLOGIES - PERHAPS THIS SHOULD BE IN THE HARDWARE AREA Hello all, First of all, what an interesting forum full of very knowledgeable fellows :) After about 5 years using a 2500K i5, 16GB RAM and a GTX 560 Ti, it's starting to show it's age and so I thought I'd upgrade. As a self-employed...
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    Which one??

    Hey guys...thank you for your time in advance! So Im looking for a pc upgrade...Turns out that I really need a CPU and a motherboard and some RAM as well. So...even though I am playing games and I should be considered a gamer...I dont want a cpu "dedicated" to gaming... So...I understand that...
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