Digital Foundries has unveiled a new GPU-powered GPU technology that is the first in its line of custom-designed, custom-built GPUs.
The company has announced the new technology, Digital Foundrys GPU Architecture, or DFF, in conjunction with Nvidia and AMD.
The DFF architecture allows the GPUs to perform multiple tasks simultaneously, making it the first GPU-based graphics solution that can execute multiple tasks concurrently on a GPU.
Digital Foundries DFF GPU Architecture is the company’s first custom-made GPU solution and the first to enable a full parallel GPU stack.
Digital Foundres is the largest GPU producer in the world, with a production facility in Taiwan that currently processes 2.6 million GPUs annually.
Digital foundries GPUs use the NVIDIA GK110 GPU architecture, which has an optimized clock rate and memory subsystem that is optimized for high bandwidth, low power.
Digital foundries D FF GPU Architecture features NVIDIA’s Pascal GPU architecture that was developed to address the demand for high-performance compute with GPU-class GPU performance and power efficiency.
The GPU is optimized to handle tasks that require parallelism such as virtual reality rendering and image processing.
The DFF utilizes a 28nm manufacturing process, which reduces manufacturing cost and reduces the amount of metal needed for manufacturing, according to Digital Foundriks website.
The new DFF offers several advantages over its predecessor, Digital foundry’s GK104 GPU architecture.
The GK108 GPU architecture was developed in order to address AMD’s Zen architecture, the companys first custom graphics solution.
Digital discoveredries GK106 GPU architecture has been designed to address Nvidia’s Pascal architecture, but it does not have the same benefits that the GK100 has.
Digital also unveiled a custom GPU, the DFF-X, which is designed to use the GeForce GTX 980 Ti.
The digital foundries GPU architecture can be configured in a number of ways.
Digital can design the GPU in a factory environment to utilize different thermal configurations and power delivery, as well as other hardware parameters.
Digital’s DFF Architecture can also be configured to work in a consumer environment to enable high-quality VR experiences, with the option of using custom VR chips or custom graphics cards.
In addition, the GPU can also work as an integrated graphics solution, allowing a wide range of applications to run on the GPU.
The Digital Foundrie’s GPU architecture is based on a new “GPU architecture engine” that is based upon the GPU’s architecture.
This engine allows the GPU to execute multiple calculations simultaneously.
The engine also allows the processor to communicate and coordinate its operations.
The Digital Foundrieds GPU Architecture Engine is designed for use in VR applications, and is intended for the production of VR applications.
The first DFFs GPU architecture will be built using the NVIDIA Pascal GPU Architecture and will be available for preorder from May 1, 2018.
The new Dff will be delivered in late 2018.
The Digitial Foundries Digital Foundrey GeForce GTX 950 is the most advanced GPU designed to run NVIDIA Pascal and AMD’s next-gen Polaris GPUs.
Based on the latest Maxwell architecture, this card is designed with NVIDIA Pascal’s high-end GPU architecture in mind.
The GeForce GTX 970 is a slightly smaller card with the same features and performance as the GeForce 950.
The latest GeForce GTX 960 is based entirely on the GP104 GPU, which was designed with AMD’s new Polaris architecture in view.
The GP104 has a clock speed of 1504MHz and supports up to 2GB of GDDR5 memory.
The Pascal GP104 features 32 CUDA cores, 4GB of L2 cache, a 256-bit interface, a 4072 Stream Processors memory interface, an integrated NVIDIA DisplayPort 1.2 interface, and features the same GP104 architecture as the previous GeForce GTX cards.
The GTX 960 also supports up 2GB GDDR5 RAM.
The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 is the fastest graphics card available today and the only card to offer 4K gaming.
The card features NVIDIA Pascal GP102 graphics with 1,024 CUDA Cores and 1,536 shader cores.
The cards graphics engine has an output speed of 1672MHz and is built around NVIDIA’s HBM2 memory interface.
The NVIDIA GeForce 1060 features a TDP of 110W and will launch in early 2018.