NVIDIA WhisperMode is power efficient mode designed to minimize the fan noise from laptops while providing an excellent gaming experience.
In order to achieve maximum efficiency while providing an excellent visual experience, they’ve profiled the top 400 games and selected the sweet spot — If you increase the graphics settings, power consumption and GPU utilization increase. At a certain point, cranking up graphics settings higher results in significantly more power consumption, which causing fans to spin faster — of game settings and GPU power consumption.
Acer Predator X27 features a 27-inch 16:9 panel, Nvidia G-Sync, 144Hz Refresh, HDR and Tobii Eye Tracking. There’s no price or release date announcement yet, But I expect that as long as you are’t looking for ultrawide gaming monitor—and have enough bucks—, this will be the perfect gaming monitor for you.
NVIDIA Flow is a realtime fluid simulation. The simulation is based on an adaptive sparse voxel grid, allowing the simulation to focus compute and memory resources around regions of interest, and track shifts in the region of interest over time.
Titan Xp is driven by 3840 NVIDIA CUDA cores running at 1.6 GHz and packs 12 TFLOPs of brute force. Plus it’s armed with 12 GB of GDDR5X memory running at over 11 Gbps. Incredible computing horsepower and groundbreaking NVIDIA Pascal architecture give the power to accomplish things you never thought possible. At $1,200.
The GeForce® GTX 1080 Ti is NVIDIA’s new flagship gaming GPU, based on the NVIDIA Pascal™ architecture. The latest addition to the ultimate gaming platform, this card is packed with extreme gaming horsepower, next-gen 11 Gbps GDDR5X memory, and a massive 11 GB frame buffer.
GTX 1080 Ti is 35% better then GTX 1080. It’s even faster then Titan X and nearly double the GTX 980 Ti. GTX 1080 Ti will be $699 and available next week.