We encourage you to visit our GeForce GTX 680 page on NVIDIA.com, but we wanted to take the time to highlight why this new GPU should be the heart and soul of your game development platform. Let's look at some raw data first, comparing to the GTX 580 (short version: We've tripled the number of cores, dramatically increased fill rates, AND decreased power consumption):
We are proud to announce the final release of NVIDIA Parallel Nsight™ 2.1. This release adds a number of new features to enhance debugging and profiling capabilities, including support for the new CUDA Toolkit 4.1 available here.
Santa came early to NVIDIA bringing a whole host of updates for Tegra Android Developers. First and foremost, PerfHUD ES for Android has been updated with a number of new features for all the "good" game and graphics developers on Santa's list. New features include:
We are constantly asked by developers, "what's next and where is it?" While Tegra 2 devices continue to release, we are eagerly preparing for what's fast coming down the pipe. At the recent All Things D conference in Asia, NVIDIA's CEO, Jen-Hsun Huang, discussed a range of topics including the next generation quad-core Tegra processor codenamed "Project Kal-El."
Calling all Unity Game Developers! Come meet with your favorite NVIDIA Tegra developers at Unity's Unite Conference this week at Nob Hill Masonic Center in San Francisco. We're sponsoring the Tuesday night early registration / reception event, so come by and say Hi!