GPUs

Among NVIDIA’s slate of announcements tonight at Computex 2022, the company has revealed that it is preparing to launch liquid cooled versions of their high-end PCIe accelerator cards. Being offered as an alterative to the traditional dual-slot air cooled cards, the liquid cooled cards come in a more compact single-slot form factor for both improved cooling and improved density. The liquid cooled A100 will be available in Q3, and a liquid cooled H100 will be available early next year. While liquid cooling is far from new in the datacenter, it’s typically been reserved for more bespoke hardware with extreme cooling and/or density requirements, such as the upcoming generation of high-end NVIDIA H100 (SMX) servers. PCIe servers, by contrast, are all about standardization and compatibility. Which...

ASUS V6600 SDRAM SDR GeForce

In an effort to be one of the first GeForce cards on the market, ASUS has used the NVIDIA reference design to produce an SDR GeForce card. What does...

0 by Matthew Witheiler on 1/19/2000

Gigabyte GA-660 Plus TNT2-Pro

Being one of the few TNT-Pro cards on the market, Gigabyte makes a good impression on a growing market. Their customary dual cooling system helps to keep temperatures low...

0 by Matthew Witheiler on 1/15/2000

ELSA ERAZOR X SDR GeForce

With a design that is out of the ordinary, ELSA has produced an NLX form factor GeForce card. Did they succeed in their task of bringing high performance gaming...

0 by Matthew Witheiler on 1/12/2000

3dfx Velocity 100

1 by Mike Andrawes on 10/29/1999

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