Nvidia is promising gamers major performance improvements with its Kepler GPUs, and the boost won’t be limited to full-size PCs. Its new line includes several that are compatible with Ultrabooks, which could give gaming consoles a run for their money in the living room. By some accounts, the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 have squeezed out what can be done graphically. With Kepler, the PC could get a jump.
Nvidia (Nasdaq: NVDA) has launched the first graphic processing units (GPUs) based on its next-generation Kepler graphics architecture, which offers the promise to deliver superior gaming performance, according to the company.
One of the key components of video games on the PC is, of course, the graphics, and as long as there have been games, there have been attempts to take video performance to the next level.
The Kepler graphics architecture is reportedly the result of more than 1.8 million…
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