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NVIDIA has released GeForce 390.65 two days ago with security updates against Spectre based attacks.

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NVIDIA is providing an initial security update to mitigate aspects of Google Project Zero’s January 3, 2018 publication of novel information disclosure attacks that combine CPU speculative execution with known side channels.

The vulnerability has three known variants:

- Variant 1 (CVE-2017-5753): Mitigations are provided with the security update included in this bulletin. NVIDIA expects to work together with its ecosystem partners on future updates to further strengthen mitigations.

- Variant 2 (CVE-2017-5715): NVIDIA’s initial analysis indicates that the NVIDIA GPU Display Driver is potentially affected by this variant. NVIDIA expects to work together with its ecosystem partners on future updates for this variant.

- Variant 3 (CVE-2017-5754): At this time, NVIDIA has no reason to believe that the NVIDIA GPU Display Driver is vulnerable to this variant.

More information: http://nvidia.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/4611
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3D-Tech News Around The Web / NVIDIA NVFlash 5.427.0
« Last post by Stefan on January 10, 2018, 05:41:56 PM »
  NVIDIA Firmware Update Utility (Version 5.427.0)

 This version adds support for:

 DRIVE PX 2 AutoChauffeur
 Quadro GV100
 Quadro P500
 TITAN V
 Tesla V100-FHHL-16GB
 
 Build Information
   - Build Date: Dec 18 2017
   - Build Time: 13:28:01
   - Build CL: 23298568
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3D-Tech News Around The Web / (CES 2018) NVIDIA Supersizes PC Gaming with BFGDs
« Last post by JeGX on January 09, 2018, 09:04:53 PM »
NVIDIA wants to put a 65-inch gaming display on your desk!

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NVIDIA Supersizes PC Gaming with New Breed of Big Format Gaming Displays

PC gaming today makes the leap to a giant screen, with NVIDIA’s introduction of big format gaming displays, or BFGDs™.

Created in conjunction with NVIDIA hardware partners Acer, ASUS and HP, BFGDs integrate a high-end 65-inch, 4K 120Hz HDR display with NVIDIA® G-SYNC® technology together with NVIDIA SHIELD™, the world’s most advanced streaming device. The combination delivers a buttery-smooth gaming experience and your favorite media streaming applications — all on a giant screen.

“PC gamers expect high performance and instant response times, but, until now, they’ve been largely limited to traditional desktop displays,” said Matt Wuebbling, head of GeForce marketing at NVIDIA. “BFGDs change that. With NVIDIA’s latest technology built into these new displays, PC gamers can now experience their favorite titles in all the low-latency glory they deserve.”

At BFGD’s Heart: G-SYNC HDR
At the heart of BFGDs is the latest G-SYNC HDR technology that synchronizes the display’s 120Hz refresh rate to that of the game at every moment in time. This G-SYNC Variable Refresh Rate technology delivers a highly responsive, smooth, tear-free, immersive gaming experience unmatched by any display of this size.

Additionally, the 4K HDR display features a full-array direct backlight, 1,000-nit peak luminance and DCI-P3 color gamut for the ultimate in visual quality.

Ultra-Low Latency Gaming
Nothing is more important to gamers than responsive gameplay. G-SYNC technology brings the ultra-low latency found in G-SYNC desktop gaming monitors to the BFGD when gaming directly on the PC, Android™, another console or using NVIDIA GameStream™ technology from a desktop or laptop gaming PC.

Big Screen Streaming
The integration of the Android TV™-based SHIELD into BFGDs allows gamers to easily switch between gaming and other forms of entertainment. The bundled SHIELD remote and game controller allow for easy navigation and access to all of the world’s biggest streaming apps, including Netflix, Amazon Video, YouTube™ and Hulu.

With support for the Google Assistant, the entire experience can be controlled simply by using your voice. G-SYNC HDR technology also supports video playback at native framerates, including popular 23.976, 24 and 25 FPS formats. This matches the screen’s refresh rate to the video source’s actual frame rate, eliminating interpolation and presenting the video content as it was intended to be viewed by the director.

Availability and Pricing
BFGDs are available for hands-on demos at CES at the NVIDIA gaming suite and ASUS ROG showcase room at the Wynn Las Vegas by appointment only, and in the HP booth at the Pepcom and Showstoppers press events on Monday and Tuesday evening, respectively. General availability is expected this summer when pricing and further specifications will be announced.

- Press release @ NVIDIA

- NVIDIA unveils 65-inch 4K 'Big Format Gaming Displays' with G-SYNC

- The ROG Swift PG65 Big Format Gaming Display brings 120Hz NVIDIA® G-SYNC to a huge 65-inch screen









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GeeXLab - english forum / GeeXLab 0.20.x.x released
« Last post by JeGX on January 09, 2018, 08:35:31 PM »
GeeXLab 0.20.0.0 has been released today. Main new features:
- PhysX 3.4.1 + GRB (Windows + Linux)
- ASUS Tinker Board support

Downloads: http://www.geeks3d.com/geexlab/downloads/

Release notes: http://www.geeks3d.com/hacklab/20180109/geexlab-0-20-0-released-for-all-platforms-asus-tinker-board-support-added/


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3D-Tech News Around The Web / NVIDIA Vulkan developer driver 388.84
« Last post by Stefan on January 09, 2018, 05:54:43 PM »
Windows driver version 388.84 and Linux driver version 387.42.01 provide new features for Vulkan developers to test their upcoming Vulkan applications.
Windows 388.84
  Linux 387.42.01
 Release Updates January 5th, 2018 - Windows 388.84, Linux 387.42.01
 
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GeeXLab - english forum / Re: GeeXLab 0.19.x.x released
« Last post by JeGX on January 09, 2018, 05:35:44 PM »
Sorry, there is no offline doc available.

But you can read these short articles to get an idea of how GeeXLab works:

- http://www.geeks3d.com/hacklab/20150509/overview-of-glsl-hacker/
- http://www.geeks3d.com/hacklab/20150509/how-to-build-and-draw-a-simple-triangle/

You can also test and modify the learn code samples available in the full code sample pack (in the learn/ folder).

And the reference quide for all functions: http://www.geeks3d.com/geexlab/reference/


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3D-Tech News Around The Web / AMD CPU/GPU Roadmap 2018
« Last post by JeGX on January 09, 2018, 04:13:09 PM »
Roadmap for 2018:
- CPU: Ryzen desktop APU (CPU + GPU), Ryzen 2nd generation CPU
- GPU: Vega 64/56 for desktop and Radeon Vega for notebook






Roadmap for 2020:






Links:
- https://www.anandtech.com/show/12233/amd-tech-day-at-ces-2018-roadmap-revealed-with-ryzen-apus-zen-on-12nm-vega-on-7nm
- https://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2018/01/amds-2018-roadmap-desktop-apus-in-february-second-generation-ryzen-in-april/
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3D-Tech News Around The Web / Intel 8th Generation Core Processor with Radeon Vega RX GPU
« Last post by JeGX on January 09, 2018, 04:01:31 PM »
Intel unveiled its new processors that pack a Radeon RX Vega GPU (the pGPU), an Intel HD 630 GPU (the iGPU) and a 4C/8T CPU on the same chip.

Intel Core i7-8809G
- CPU: Kaby Lake, 4C/8T, 3.1GHz (base) / 4.2GHz (boost)
- pGPU: Radeon RX Vega M GH, 24 CUs (1536 shader cores)
- pGPU clock speed: 1063MHz (base) / 1190MHz (boost)
- pGPU memory: 4GB HBM2, 1024-bit
- iGPU: Intel HD 630
- Package TDP: 100W

Intel Core i7-8709G
- CPU: Kaby Lake, 4C/8T, 3.1GHz (base) / 4.1GHz (boost)
- pGPU: Radeon RX Vega M GH, 24 CUs (1536 shader cores)
- pGPU clock speed: 1063MHz (base) / 1190MHz (boost)
- pGPU memory: 4GB HBM2, 1024-bit
- iGPU: Intel HD 630
- Package TDP: 100W

Intel Core i7-8706G
- CPU: Kaby Lake, 4C/8T, 3.1GHz (base) / 4.1GHz (boost)
- pGPU: Radeon RX Vega M GL, 20 CUs (1280 shader cores)
- pGPU clock speed: 931MHz (base) / 1101MHz (boost)
- pGPU memory: 4GB HBM2, 1024-bit
- iGPU: Intel HD 630
- Package TDP: 65W

Intel Core i7-8706G
- CPU: Kaby Lake, 4C/8T, 3.1GHz (base) / 4.1GHz (boost)
- pGPU: Radeon RX Vega M GL, 20 CUs (1280 shader cores)
- pGPU clock speed: 931MHz (base) / 1101MHz (boost)
- pGPU memory: 4GB HBM2, 1024-bit
- iGPU: Intel HD 630
- Package TDP: 65W

Intel Core i5-8305G
- CPU: Kaby Lake, 4C/8T, 2.8GHz (base) / 3.8GHz (boost)
- pGPU: Radeon RX Vega M GL, 20 CUs (1280 shader cores)
- pGPU clock speed: 931MHz (base) / 1101MHz (boost)
- pGPU memory: 4GB HBM2, 1024-bit
- iGPU: Intel HD 630
- Package TDP: 65W

Links:
- https://www.anandtech.com/show/12220/how-to-make-8th-gen-more-complex-intel-core-with-radeon-rx-vega-m-graphics-launched
- https://www.techpowerup.com/240369/intel-announces-8th-gen-core-i7-processor-with-radeon-vega-m-graphics






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GeeXLab - english forum / Re: GeeXLab 0.19.x.x released
« Last post by lolman on January 09, 2018, 02:05:35 PM »
Newbie here. Is there any offline reference available, or any pdf export or anything. 
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