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Comic for April 02, 2020

Dilbert - April 3, 2020 - 12:59am
Categories: Geek

Coronavirus: Commons Speaker calls for 'virtual Parliament'

BBC Technology News - 52 min 50 sec ago
MPs should take part in PMQs and debates via video if they can't return to work, says Sir Lindsay Hoyle.

It’s a “tock” year: New Nvidia laptop GPUs in 25 OEMs’ systems this month

Ars Technica - 2 hours 50 min ago

What kind of GPU year can we expect from Nvidia, one of the two largest consumer-grade GPU producers in the world? The answer is somewhat up in the air, because Nvidia is in a solid-yet-fluid position. Market worries and announcement-filled event cancellations hover on one end, while the company's surprisingly bullish financial guidance stands out on the other.

Either way, we've reached April without the company's usual announcement of some new desktop hardware by March's end, and we still don't know when wholly new desktop GPUs might come (more on that later). Instead, we start this month with a different wave of products: a new slate of laptop-grade GPUs, albeit not that new.

Nvidia has announced a wave of "Max-Q" GPUs coming to laptops from 25 OEMs by the end of April, and most, but not all, come from the company's RTX line of GPUs. This month's wave of GPUs consists of three new laptop SKUs (RTX 2080 Super, RTX 2070 Super, GTX 1650 Ti) and slight updates to four existing SKUs (RTX 2070, RTX 2060, GTX 1660 Ti, GTX 1650). Each of these GPUs is built upon the manufacturer's Turing 12nm architecture.

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