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Nvidia announces Pascal GPU, $3000 Titan Z graphics card

Mark Hachman | March 26, 2014
On Tuesday, Nvidia announced its next GPU, called Pascal, which will dramatically rearchitect the traditional graphics card by replacing the PCI Express bus and combining it with a new 3D memory technology.

Finally, Nvidia showed off the Jetson TK1, an embedded module that takes the Tegra K1 Nvidia announced at CES and brings it to the mobile space. Eventually, chips like the Tegra K1 and future iterations, like the Erista, will be the computational engine of Audi's self-driving cars and more.

According to Huang, Nvidia's chips are all predicated on the CUDA technology Nvidia unveiled a few years ago. Can the company successfully expand beyond the PC? If you ask Huang, it's already happening.

 

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