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Links Week Ending 14th October 2022

by Bob Raikes

Every week we see some articles that don’t really need comment or are just plain interesting. Here are a few from the end of this week.  Intel has released the long-awaited Intel Arc A750 …

Tags:Aviation| Dell| Desktop Monitors| GPUs| Graphics Cards| Intel| Samsung| Smart Home & Home Networks| Smart TV

EVGA Exits Nvidia

by Jon Peddie

EVGA was founded in the 1998 and entered the PC graphics add-in board (AIB) market in 2000 when it developed the first highly efficient cooler for Nvidia’s the GeForce MX440, affectionally called the banana …

Tags:GPUs| Graphics Cards| Nvidia

Intel’s Discrete Mobile Graphics Family Arrives

by Artem Alekseenko

The first Intel Arc A-Series graphics processing units will power laptops, with more products coming this year for desktops and workstations. Intel are officially launching our Intel® Arc™ graphics family for laptops, completing the …

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The State of the PC Industry

by Jon Peddie

The PC industry has been on a rollercoaster ride for the past decade or longer: up, down, up, down, up. In 2010, when Paul Otellini was Intel’s CEO, he forecast robust growth for the …

Tags:GPUs| Graphics Cards| Market Data| PC Market (Personal Computers - PCs)| tablets

Taiwan Graphics Card Shipments Plummet as Cryptocurrency Boom Wanes

by Andrew Fenn

Shipments among Taiwan’s graphics card manufacturers are set to decline by over 40% month-on-month, according to Digitimes, due to a sharp drop in demand for cryptocurrency mining hardware witnessed earlier this month. The publication’s …

Tags:GPUs| Graphics Cards| Large Display Monitor| Vol 25 - Issue 16

HDBaseT Coordinates Supporters

by Bob Raikes

The HDBaseT Alliance had a big booth with a number of members taking small parts to show what they were doing. For Valens, the chip maker which is the originator of HDBaseT, the big …

Tags:GPUs| Graphics Cards| HDBaseT| ISE 2018| Large Display Monitor| Test Equipment| Video Walls| Vol 25 - Issue 06

Advoli Launches World’s First HDBaseT Certified PCIe Graphics Card

by Bob Raikes

Advoli Ltd, a company based in Hong Kong, but founded by two Norwegians, and with a technical facility in Taiwan, has released a new PCIe 16x graphics card, the TA6, that is based on …

Tags:AMD| GPUs| Graphics Cards| HDBaseT| Large Display Monitor| Vol 24 - Issue 48

Nvidia Halts Distribution of GeForce Cards to Server and HPC Clients

by Andrew Fenn

Nvidia has made a bold and controversial move, preventing distributors from selling GeForce graphics cards to their server and high-performance computer (HPC) clients, in favour of its professional—and more expensive—Quadro and Tesla products. Nvidia’s …

Tags:GPUs| Graphics Cards| Large Display Monitor| Nvidia| Vol 24 - Issue 41

The New Radeon Pro Duo Runs Dual 5K or Single 8K Displays

by Bob Raikes

AMD has announced a dual GPU graphics card that is claimed to have double the performance of the ‘closest competing professional graphics card’. The card can drive four UltraHD monitors at 60Hz, and 8K …

Tags:AMD| GPUs| Graphics Cards| Large Display Monitor| Vol 24 - Issue 16

LDM Vol 24 #16 Product Round-up

by Bob Raikes

Arris announced two new commercial satellite receivers that support the DVB-S2X satellite technology and the HEVC codec with resolutions up to UltraHD. The DSR-7412 Integrated Receiver/Transcoder and DSR-4470 Integrated Receiver/Decoder are both intended for …

Tags:Colour (Color)| DLP Projectors| Graphics Cards| Large Display Monitor| Matrox| Optoma| Vol 24 - Issue 16