After almost two years of  having several versions of GK104 laptop graphics cards around it appears that there’s finally something new coming to the mobile high-end GPU market, meaning new as in ‘not re-branded’. The recent reveal of the 880m (which turned out to be merely a higher clocked 780m with more VRAM) was rather disappointing for everyone that had been hoping for fresh and distinctly more powerful mobile video hardware. However, it seems that Nvidia still has something up its sleeve – what we’re looking at below is a MXM 3.1 board that features a Nvidia GK110 chip, a variant of the so far most powerful GPU ever designed by Nvidia. The past week has been very tumultuous when it...
There hasn’t been a lot of activity in the mobile GPU market for quite a while now. Unless you’re excited about renaming hardware. Both AMD and Nvidia seem to actively follow this strategy, occasionally with absurd results – for example Nvidia presenting us an apparently brand new mobile graphics chip as in case of the GeForce 820m, which is in fact still a chip based on the Fermi generation that originates from the 400m series and has been rebadged since the 500m series. The GeForce GTX 880m isn’t new hardware either. It uses the same GK104 chip as the GTX 780m which is on the market only since last summer, the board is basically the same. However there has been at least one noteworthy...
Tech|Inferno forum user kloper just put up a very nice step-by-step guide on how to get an external e-GPU functioning on a 2013 11″ MBP. Check out the source link below and head on over to our forum to read the entire guide.

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Who didn’t see this coming from a mile away? Unsurprisingly, Microsoft has barely mustered enough demand to sell 900,000 units of the Surface since its debut last October. With such weak demand, especially for the Surface RT, Microsoft is slashing prices by 30 percent in hopes of making the device more appealing to consumers that may have held off due to the price.

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Tech|Inferno is looking for a couple enthusiastic writers that share our passion for technology. Currently we are seeking candidates that will be able to post up to 5 articles per day that are related to subjects that Tech|Inferno routinely covers. 

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After Microsoft’s flip flopping about the XBOX One’s DRM policy, we decided to post an unscientific poll to see what Tech|Inferno visitors thought of each console and which they planned to purchase if any at all.

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NVIDIA is showing off its SHIELD at select movie theater’s in New York and San Francisco Bay Area. If you plan to catch a movie and live nearby then it might be worthwhile to give it a try and see what you think. Read on for the details and locations of where you can try out SHIELD.

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AMD today announced the initial lineup of keynote speakers for the 2013 AMD Developer Summit, APU13. The third annual three-day event will be held in San Jose, Calif., Nov. 11-14, 2013, where AMD and industry leaders will delve into key market trends regarding next generation software and computing experience development, the emerging Heterogeneous System Architecture (HSA) standard, and the latest in the use of industry-standard application programming interfaces such as OpenCL™, Microsoft DirectCompute and C++ AMP.

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Genius today releases a next generation wireless keyboard and touchpad combination, SlimStar T8020, in North America. This multi-touch keyboard incorporates Windows® 8 gestures to let users breeze through Microsoft’s® latest touch-based OS with intuitive swipes and pinches, even if users don’t have a touch display.

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STEAM is having their traditional summer sale that started on July 11th and ends on July 22nd. If you don’t know what STEAM is and you’re new to PC gaming, it is one of the most popular mediums of purchasing digital downloads of popular PC gaming titles. And it just so happens that they are having a sale on some great titles including Witcher 2, Tomb Raider, Sniper Elite 2 and several Indie games. Best of all STEAM allows you to vote for the next upcoming deal so you have a say in it. So what are you waiting for? Click here to visit the store!

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