NVIDIA’s presence at GDC this year will be larger than ever. Whether you want to see the most powerful mobile processors, learn about rendering in the cloud or see the latest developments in PC gaming, we have something for you. Check out our official website and show guide here or keep reading for a few of our show highlights.
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In this presentation, Cass Everitt and John McDonald talk about some newer extensions to OpenGL and how they can reduce (or even eliminate) driver overhead. We'll discuss where performance goes, fundamentals of the graphics driver stack and specific GL extensions--such as Bindless rendering and MultiDraw commands.
By now you’ve probably heard about the Tegra K1. A family of power efficient SOCs that leverage the same Kepler GPU technology used in GeForce and Tesla graphics cards for mobile. The white paper goes over the SOC in more detail.
Last night, ahead of this year’s International Consumer Electronics Show, NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang introduced Tegra K1. The fifth-generation of NVIDIA’s Tegra line of mobile processors, it’s the first mobile SoC to support next-gen graphics capabilities. It does so by unleashing 192 Kepler graphics cores. These are the exact same cores used in GeForce graphics cards and Tesla supercomputer accelerators.