Intel’s new graphics drivers are just around the corner, and we’re already seeing a lot of people using them in their games.
In the meantime, you can take a look at what’s new and what’s available in the latest intel driver release.1.
NVIDIA GeForce 940MX is a brand new GPU with a new architecture called Maxwell, which we’re excited about.
NVIDIA’s Maxwell architecture, which has a much smaller memory footprint than the previous architecture, is designed to handle the most demanding games and applications, including some of the most popular titles.
The new graphics driver features a range of improvements over the Maxwell architecture that are a big deal for developers, especially those who use CUDA.
In fact, the GPU is capable of handling up to 10,000 texture units in one pass, which is much more efficient than earlier Maxwell architecture GPUs.
The new GPU features a new GPU core called the GM204, which NVIDIA calls the GM104.
The core is composed of two Pascal GPU cores (the GM204 has two), and it features a 32-bit floating point unit (FP32).
It also supports CUDA Cores (40, 56, and 80), enabling the graphics card to run on 64-bit platforms.
The GPU core is comprised of four L2 cache lines, each with a 256KB L2 and 256KB FP32 L3.
The GPU is designed for extreme performance in games that utilize heavy data loads and low power consumption.
The GM204 also features 32 compute units (four in total), each with 8GB of L2/FP32 L1 cache and eight compute units per chip (32 per core).
The GM204 is a new Maxwell architecture and its performance is a big boost over the previous Maxwell architecture.
It supports 10,100 CUDA cores and 16GB of GDDR5 VRAM.
The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 is currently the most powerful GPU with GPU core count of 8,000 cores and GPU clock speeds of 1,600MHz.