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The all-new Razer Blade 15 – built for those who demand more

Razer, the leading global lifestyle brand for gamers, today revealed the next evolution of the Razer Blade 15 gaming laptop, featuring up to an 8-core 10th Gen Intel Core i7 processor, NVIDIA GeForce RTX SUPER GPUs, and a 300Hz display all packed into the signature black aluminium chassis. The post The all-new Razer Blade 15 – built for those who demand more appeared first on ThinkComputers.org.
Tags: All News, Hardware News, Nvidia, Press Releases, Razer, Laptop, Gaming Laptop, Intel Core, Blade 15, RTX 2080 SUPER Mobile, i7-10875H


NVIDIA Launches GeForce RTX 20-series SUPER Mobile GPUs

Along with the Intel mobile launch NVIDIA has also released their GeForce RTX 20-series SUPER mobile GPUs. In the lineup you have the GeForce RTX 2080 SUPER, RTX 2070 SUPER, and their Max-Q variants. The post NVIDIA Launches GeForce RTX 20-series SUPER Mobile GPUs appeared first on ThinkComputers.org.
Tags: Intel, All News, Hardware News, Nvidia, RTX Super Mobile, GeForce Laptops, RTX 2070 SUPER Mobile, RTX 2080 SUPER Mobile


FreeSync vs. G-Sync

Freesync and Gsync might do the same job, but they have different requirements and work a little diferently.
Tags: Gaming, Trends, Computing, Nvidia, Amd, Pc Gaming, FreeSync, Versus, G-Sync, Tier 4, Gsync


Nvidia Is Finally Promising Ray Tracing Laptops for $1,000, But Still No RTX 2060 Super

When RTX Super graphics cards arrived for desktops, they provided a great ‘middle-option’ for people who wanted to get the most frames for their budget. The RTX 2060 Super, in particular, kind of made the RTX 2070 obsolete, not because the hardware itself was outdated, but because the RTX 2060 Super had the same…Read more...
Tags: Science, Nvidia, Gpus, Consumer Tech, Ray Tracing, Max Q Design, Nvidia 20 Series


All the Laptops Packing the New CPUs and GPUs from Intel and Nvidia to Drool Over Right Now

Today, Intel and Nvidia announced a new lineup of chips including the long-awaited 10th-gen Core mobile processors and RTX 2070 Super and 2080 Super mobile GPUs. But when it comes to laptop components like these, they aren’t all that useful until someone puts them into systems you can actually buy. Here’s a roundup of…Read more...
Tags: Science, Intel, Nvidia, Laptops, Cpus, Gpus, Consumer Tech, Rtx, 10th Gen Intel


Google’s Arts & Culture now uses AI to turn selfies into historical paintings

Google is rolling out a new feature to its Arts & Culture app that lets you turn your photos into a masterpiece — well, sort of. In a blog post, the company announced “Art Transfer,” a new AI-powered function within Arts & Culture’s camera menu that lets you apply the style of well-known historical paintings to your own photos. The new feature currently supports about 20 different options, including styles from artists like Vincent van Gogh, Frida Kahlo, Leonardo da Vinci, and Edvard Munch. [Rea...
Tags: Google, Startups, Nvidia, Edvard Munch, Neural, Vincent van Gogh Frida Kahlo Leonardo da Vinci


Nvidia brings RTX Super to mobile, adds Advanced Optimus for better battery life

The mobile GPU line-up is more powerful, and more confusing
Tags: News, Trends, Computing, Nvidia, Gpu, Laptops, Max-Q, RTX Super


Dozens of powerful new gaming laptops just launched. These are the best of them

New Intel processors and Nvidia graphics take these gaming laptops to the next level
Tags: Gaming, News, Asus, Trends, Intel, Computing, Acer, Nvidia, MSI, Razer, Lenovo, Gpu, CPU, Gaming Laptop


ThinkComputers Podcast #216

This week on the podcast we talk about our reviews of the Glorious PC Gaming Race Model D Gaming Mouse and Lexar SL100 Pro Portable Solid State Drive. We also talk about new Intel and NVIDIA mobile parts, AMD GPU IP theft, Samsung to stop making LCDs and more! The post ThinkComputers Podcast #216 appeared first on ThinkComputers.org.
Tags: Podcast, Samsung, Intel, Tech News, Steam, Nvidia, Gaming mouse, Amd, Lcd, ThinkComputers, Gamestop, World War Z, Lexar, Model D, GTA 6, [email protected]


What is GeForce Now?

GeForce Now is a unique new player in the field of video game streaming services. Here's all you need to know.
Tags: Gaming, Video Games, Trends, Nvidia, GeForce Now, Games Streaming Services, Nvidia GeForce Now


ImmunityBio and Microsoft team up to precisely model how key COVID-19 protein leads to infection

An undertaking that involved combining massive amounts of graphics processing power could provide key leverage for researchers looking to develop potential cures and treatments for the novel coronavirus behind the current global pandemic. Immunotherapy startup ImmunityBio is working with Microsoft’s Azure to deliver a combined 24 petaflops of GPU computing capability for the purposes of modelling, in a very high degree of detail, the structure o the so-called “spike protein” that allows the SARS...
Tags: Health, TC, Science, Microsoft, Tech, Nvidia, Vaccination, Machine Learning, Vaccine, Biotech, Viruses, Gpu, Coronavirus, COVID-19, ImmunityBio


Terrifying Things Happen When an AI Generates Fake Faces Synced to Music

We’re still trying to figure out the best applications for neural networks, machine learning, and all the recent advancements in artificial intelligence. Amongst all the practical research being conducted, there’s also lots of frivolous experimentation being done with results that walk the line between fascinating and…Read more...
Tags: Science, Nvidia, Machine Learning, Ai, Deep Learning, Neural Networks, Mario Klingemann, Stylegan2


Cnvrg.io launches a free version of its data science platform

Data science platform cnvrg.io today announced the launch of the free community version of its data science platform. Dubbed ‘CORE,’ this version includes most — but not all — of the standard feature in cnvrg’s main commercial offering. It’s an end-to-end solution for building, managing and automating basic ML models with limitations in the free version that mostly center around the production capabilities of the paid premium version and working with larger teams of data scientists. As the compa...
Tags: Jerusalem, Tech, Nvidia, Yochay Ettun, Ettun


Nvidia GeForce Now starts weekly schedule for new games by adding Control

New games will be added every Thursday after the first batch of eight this week
Tags: Gaming, News, Trends, Nvidia, Control, GeForce Now, Nvidia GeForce Now


Upgrade your PC with this sale on refurbished computers from Microsoft, HP, Dell, and more

In case you’re one of those computer shoppers who instinctively turns up their nose at the very mention of the word refurbished, here are a couple myths worth dispelling. Refurbished equals junk somebody didn’t want. While desktops, laptops, notebooks, Chromebooks and tablets marked as refurbished may have been unboxed at some point, meaning they can never again be sold as new, that definitely doesn’t make them junk. Refurbished computers don’t work. In fact, the complete opposite is usually tr...
Tags: Google, Post, News, Microsoft, Hp, Intel, Chromebook, Acer, Nvidia, Dell, Shop, Chromebooks, Intel Core, Dell Precision, Asus Chromebook, AMD Ryzen


A12Z Bionic Chip in iPad Pro Allegedly a Renamed A12X With Extra GPU Core Enabled

Apple's new 2020 iPad Pro models are equipped with an A12Z Bionic processor that's remarkably similar to the A12X chip in the 2018 ‌iPad Pro‌ models, offering little in the way of performance improvements. The A12Z does, however, feature an 8-core GPU while the A12X includes a 7-core GPU, which sets them apart, but new evidence shared by NotebookCheck suggests that the A12Z Bionic is simply a renamed A12X chip with a latent GPU core enabled. According to NotebookCheck, teardown site TechInsi...
Tags: Apple, Nvidia, Gpu, AnandTech, iPad Pro 12.9, Notebookcheck, iPad Pro 11, A12Z Bionic Chip


NVIDIA Super Mobile & Intel Comet Lake-H Coming April 2nd

NVIDIA and Intel are preparing to refresh their laptop hardware offerings and it looks like we might get both on the same day. According to the latest rumors this day seems to be April 2nd. Starting with NVIDIA they will finally be bringing their Turning "Super" offerings to mobile. The post NVIDIA Super Mobile & Intel Comet Lake-H Coming April 2nd appeared first on ThinkComputers.org.
Tags: Intel, All News, Hardware News, Nvidia, Processors, Laptops, Intel Comet Lake, Comet Lake-H, Mobile Turning, NVIDIA Mobile, NVIDIA Super Mobile, NVIDIA Super Mobile Intel Comet Lake


How Cruise is testing its self-driving cars after the pandemic forced its vehicle fleet off California roads

Cruise is still testing its cars while its fleet is off the roads in California amid the coronavirus pandemic. General Motors' autonomous vehicle unit has 233 self-driving vehicles which are registered to drive in California and not in use right now, but every day it runs roughly 30,000 simulations to test for safety, passenger comfort, and other criteria.  "Before our car hits the pavement, it's already driven thousands of miles," Head of Simulation Tom Boyd told Business Insider in an exclus...
Tags: Taylor Swift, California, San Francisco, Trends, General Motors, AV, Cruise, Nvidia, Pittsburgh, Boyd, Tom Boyd, Innovation Inc


Nvidia’s DLSS 2.0 to bring boosted frame rates without the blurry textures

Deep learning super sampling gets its sequel
Tags: News, Trends, Artificial Intelligence, Computing, Nvidia, Ai, Ray Tracing, DLSS, Raytracing


How GM's Cruise is testing its self-driving cars after the pandemic forced its vehicle fleet off California roads

Cruise is still testing its cars while its fleet is off the roads in California amid the coronavirus pandemic. General Motors' autonomous vehicle unit has 233 self-driving vehicles which are registered to drive in California and not in use right now, but every day it runs roughly 30,000 simulations to test for safety, passenger comfort, and other criteria.  "Before our car hits the pavement, it's already driven thousands of miles," Head of Simulation Tom Boyd told Business Insider in an exclus...
Tags: Taylor Swift, California, San Francisco, Trends, General Motors, AV, Cruise, Gm, Nvidia, Pittsburgh, Boyd, Tom Boyd, Innovation Inc


This San Francisco startup just raised $12 million for its speech recognition technology that was born out of a 'dark matter' experiment. Here's the pitch deck it used.

Deepgram offers a speech recognition service that's built on deep-learning technology. CEO and cofounder Scott Stephenson got the idea for the service while monitoring a dark matter experiment two miles underground. Stephenson and his colleagues took machine-learning techniques they used to search for dark matter to try to make sense of audio recordings. Deepgram, which counts corporate call centers and video conferencing service providers as customers, just raised $12 million in venture fundi...
Tags: San Francisco, Trends, South Dakota, Nvidia, Stephenson, Scott Stephenson, DeepGram, Homestake Gold Mine, IBM Nuance Amazon


This San Francisco startup has raised $12 million for its speech-recognition technology that was born out of a 'dark matter' experiment. Here's the pitch deck it used.

Deepgram offers a speech recognition service that's built on deep-learning technology. CEO and cofounder Scott Stephenson got the idea for the service while monitoring a dark matter experiment two miles underground. Stephenson and his colleagues took machine-learning techniques they used to search for dark matter to try to make sense of audio recordings. Deepgram, which counts corporate call centers and video conferencing service providers as customers, just raised $12 million in venture fundi...
Tags: San Francisco, Trends, South Dakota, Nvidia, Stephenson, Scott Stephenson, DeepGram, Homestake Gold Mine, IBM Nuance Amazon


How General Motors is testing its self-driving cars after the pandemic forced its vehicle fleet off California roads

General Motors' autonomous vehicle unit is still testing its cars while its fleet is off the roads in California amid the coronavirus pandemic. Cruise has 233 self-driving vehicles which are registered to drive in California and not in use right now, but every day it runs roughly 30,000 simulations to test for safety, passenger comfort, and other criteria.  "Before our car hits the pavement, it's already driven thousands of miles," Head of Simulation Tom Boyd told Business Insider in an exclus...
Tags: Taylor Swift, California, San Francisco, Trends, General Motors, AV, Cruise, Nvidia, Pittsburgh, Boyd, Tom Boyd, Innovation Inc


Free, virtual embedded tech show promises 3,000 dev kit giveaways

Arrow announced “Embedded to Go” — a free, online-only conference scheduled for April 1-3 with webinars and virtual chats with Arrow engineers. Arrow will also give away 3,000 dev boards, including its Thor96 and Shield96 SBCs and Nvidia’s Nano Dev Kit. Arrow has announced a free, online-only Arrow Embedded to Go conference for April 1-3. […]
Tags: Nvidia, Linux, Nano Dev Kit Arrow


NVIDIA makes its GPU-powered genome sequencing tool available free to those studying COVID-19

NVIDIA is making its Parabricks tool available for free for 90 days (with the possibility of extension, depending on needs) to any researcher currently working on any effort to combat the ongoing novel coronavirus pandemic and spread of COVID-19. The tool is a GPU-accelerated genome analysis toolkit, which leveraged graphics processing power to take a process that previously took days, but that through its use can be accomplished in just a matter of hours. Researchers will still need access t...
Tags: TC, Science, Hardware, Biology, Tech, Nvidia, Illness, Viruses, Gpu, Gene Sequencing, DNA sequencing, Parabricks, Server Farm, Coronavirus, COVID-19


Microsoft Just Made It a Lot Easier to Port Cool PC Games to Xbox [UPDATE]

Today, Microsoft announced a new DirectX standard that it claims will not only sync the graphics improvement process in games across both PC and console, but will also be backwards compatible with older PC hardware. If it works as explained it’s going to be a lot easier to port games from PC to Xbox and vice versa.Read more...
Tags: Science, Microsoft, Windows, Graphics, Xbox, Nvidia, Consumer Tech, Ray Tracing, Xbox Series X, Directx 12 Ultimate


Microsoft Just Made It a Lot Easier to Port Cool PC Games to Xbox

Today, Microsoft announced a new DirectX standard that it claims will not only sync the graphics improvement process in games across both PC and console, but will also be backwards compatible with older PC hardware. If it works as explained it’s going to be a lot easier to port games from PC to Xbox and vice versa.Read more...
Tags: Science, Microsoft, Windows, Graphics, Xbox, Nvidia, Consumer Tech, Ray Tracing, Xbox Series X, Directx 12 Ultimate


DirectX 12 Ultimate brings ray tracing to the Xbox Series X, PCs, and beyond

It's all about ray tracing for PC and console gamers
Tags: Gaming, Trends, Computing, Nvidia, Directx 12, Ray Tracing, Raytracing


ThinkComputers Podcast #214

This week on the podcast we talk about our reviews of the ORICO GV100 Portable Solid State Drive and HyperX Cloud Flight S Wireless Gaming Headset. We also discuss the Coronavirus effect on the tech industry, a new Witcher game and more! The post ThinkComputers Podcast #214 appeared first on ThinkComputers.org.
Tags: Gaming, Podcast, Steam, Bill Gates, Nvidia, ThinkComputers, ThinkComputers Podcast, Witcher, CD Projekt Red, Cyberpunk 2077, Coronavirus, COVID-19, GTC 2020, [email protected], Computex 2020, Witcher 4


Coronavirus Causing Record Low Motherboard and GPU Shipments

In a recent report by DigiTimes it appears the Coronavirus is taking its toll in the tech industry. Citing sources sources close to motherboard makers shipments of motherboards and graphics cards are on their way to hitting record-low levels by the end of H1 2020. The post Coronavirus Causing Record Low Motherboard and GPU Shipments appeared first on ThinkComputers.org.
Tags: Intel, All News, Hardware News, Web News, Nvidia, Motherboards, Amd, DigiTimes, Coronavirus, GPU Shipments, Motherboard Shipments