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300+ OpenCL ArrayFire Benchmarks On 13 NVIDIA GPUs

With there now being an ArrayFire test profile for the Phoronix Test Suite / OpenBenchmarking.org, it was a breeze to test 13 different NVIDIA GeForce graphics cards on the 300+ ArrayFire OpenCL GPU compute tests.

23 January 2017 - OpenCL Benchmarks - 3 Comments
NVIDIA 378.09 Linux Driver Benchmark Tests On A GeForce GTX 1080

Last week marked the debut of the NVIDIA 378.09 Linux driver beta. While the release notes didn't mention any widespread performance improvements, an individual or two at least in the forums seemed to think it did and have already been inquiring why I wasn't yet using this new (beta) driver in my Linux benchmarks. Anyhow, here are some 375 vs. 378 Linux driver tests.

23 January 2017 - NVIDIA 378.09 - 4 Comments
NVIDIA @ CES 2017 Livestream

Jen-Hsun Huang's keynote presentation for NVIDIA is going on tonight at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES 2017).

4 January 2017 - NVIDIA Announcements - 11 Comments
NVIDIA Releases Linux Graphics Debugger 2.0

NVIDIA has released a major new version of their Linux Graphics Debugger for helping game developers and others wishing to optimize OpenGL 4.x workloads on a variety of Linux distributions.

6 December 2016 - Linux Debuger - 12 Comments
This Mini $109 GTX 1050 Might Be Great For A HTPC / Living Room Steam Linux PC

The GeForce GTX 1050 graphics cards are beginning to ship today. As mentioned in yesterday's NVIDIA 375.10 vs. Linux 4.8 + Mesa 13.1-dev AMD GPU Benchmarks, I unfortunately don't have any Linux reviews to publish today due to waiting on the hardware but will have GTX 1050 and GTX 1050 Ti reviews in the days ahead. The first GTX 1050 card to be tested is a Zotac GTX 1050 Mini, which might be great for a living room HTPC or 1080p "Steam Machine" on a budget.

25 October 2016 - GeForce GTX 1050 - 53 Comments
Running Caffe AlexNet/GoogleNet On Some CPUs Compared To NVIDIA CUDA

With working on some Broadwell-EP Linux comparison benchmarks this weekend, as part of that onslaught of benchmarks I decided to run the CPU-only Caffe build on a few different Intel CPUs. For fun, afterwards I checked to see how the performance compares to Caffe with CUDA+cuDNN on a few Maxwell/Pascal GPUs.

29 August 2016 - Caffe Fun - 6 Comments

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