NVIDIA this week announced Maxwell, our 10th generation GPU architecture. Maxwell delivers unmatched performance, twice the energy efficiency of the previous generation, and major new graphics capabilities including the latest DirectX 12 (DX12) advancements.
We’ve seen it in movies. We’re read about it in books. Thirty years after the publication of Neuromancer, virtual technology is breaking into the mainstream. And our latest GPUs – built on our new Maxwell architecture – are ready.
No, the Apollo 11 moon landing wasn’t a hoax. And we can prove it.
Rather, our game demo team already did. By using Maxwell, our new GPU architecture, to digitally rebuild one of the landing’s iconic photographs – Neil Armstrong’s shot of Buzz Aldrin clambering down the lunar module’s ladder.
A new generation of ultra high-definition displays are ready. Our fans our ready. And with Maxwell – the most advanced GPU ever made – we’re more than ready.
It’s time to go big. Bigger than anyone has gone before.
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