Post Profile

Everything you need to know about the GPU

Ever wondered just what makes up the graphics processing unit (GPU)? Be it an integrated or dedicated card, we run through exactly what it does for your PC. The graphics processing unit (or GPU for short) is responsible for handling everything that gets transferred from the PC internals to the connected display. Whether you happen to be gaming, editing video or simply staring at your desktop wallpaper, everything is being rendered by the GPU.
read more


Related Posts

Hillary Clinton’s VP Pick: Who Is Tim Kaine? Bio From Young To Present Day – Everything We Know About Him

News : The Inquisitr - News

Hillary Clinton’s running mate Tim Kaine could be the next vice president of the United States. But what do we know about the man Clinton has chosen to run alongside? In this article, we’ll take a look at everything we know about Ti...

Get To Know Your Graphics Accelerator In Excruciating Detail With GPU-Z [Windows]

Technology / Internet : Make Use Of

The GPU, or graphics processing unit, is the part of your computer in charge of handling graphics. In other words, if games are choppy on your computer or it can’t handle very high quality settings, it’s likely that the GPU is too w...

You don't need no STEEENKING GPU, you says Intel

Technology / Hardware : Register Hardware

Xeon E3-1500 v5 plans to 4k-up video and VDI, even more so with 3D Xpoint Intel's again trying to make the argument that integrated graphics trump dedicated graphics processing units, by cooking a new Xeon tuned to processing video....

IBM SoftLayer launches servers with Nvidia Tesla K80 GPU accelerators

Technology : Venture Beat

IBM today announced the availability of new servers packing Nvidia’s Tesla K80 GPU (graphic processing unit) accelerators in the IBM SoftLayer public cloud. IBM is the first cloud provider to start offering dedicated, “bare metal” s...

Samsung caught being ‘creative’ on Galaxy S4 benchmarks

Technology : Venture Beat

The Samsung Galaxy S4 runs a Exynos 5 Octa central processing unit with multiple cores and a GPU, or graphical processing unit, that hums along at 480 MHz GPU. Unless, of course, you're running benchmarking applications.


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC