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AMD Navi 23 GPU spotted in Linux OpenGL driver

Just yesterday, we learned that specifications for upcoming Radeon Navi GPUs had leaked. Now, a new Linux OpenGL driver stack might have given us more information, including the codename for another unannounced AMD GPU.   AMD’s Linux OpenGL driver stack (Mesa 20.03-devel) added support for a new GPU codenamed Dimgrey Cavefish. In …

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EIZO releases its first ultrawide curved monitor

EIZO has announced its first ultrawide curved monitor. Named FlexScan EV3895, this monitor was designed to “reflect the needs and workstyles of professionals working in trading rooms, home trading stations, and back offices” by offering a wide curved screen that increases the user productivity with multiple practical features. The 37.5-inch …

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Nvidia releases new driver for Ampere graphics cards, SLI support moving to graphics APIs

Nvidia’s latest graphics driver introduces support for the recently launched RTX 3080 and the upcoming RTX 3090 cards. The 456.38 WHQL graphics driver also introduces Nvidia Reflex, Nvidia Broadcast, and the typical set of optimisations for some games. Additionally, it disables implicit SLI on Ampere graphics cards, but explicit SLI will …

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Intel Tiger Lake-H processors to feature up to 8 cores

Intel’s corporate vice president of client computing, Boyd Phelps, has confirmed that the company is developing Tiger Lake-H processors with 8-core configurations. These 8-core processors are expected to feature 45W TDP, while the 35W TDP ones should only feature 4-core configurations. In a blog post on Medium, Boyd Phelps confirmed …

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