Tag: gpu

  • How to install CUDA 5.0 Toolkit in Ubuntu

    This guide is based upon Ubuntu LTS 12.04, but same principles apply in 12.10 as well. Let’s start 1. Make sure you have a CUDA supported GPU You must have a nVIDIA GPU that supports CUDA, otherwise you can’t program in CUDA code. Here’s a list with the CUDA supported GPU models. 2. Install NVIDIA […]

  • New GPU Benchmarks: Unigine Valley 1.0 & Heaven 4.0

    Unigine is going to release two new GPU Benchmarks sometime during next week. Namely: Unigine Valley and Heaven 4.0. Both of them will be compatible with Windows, Linux and Mac OSX operating systems, 32bit and 64bit respectively. In our case, we would like to see the power of OpenGL 4.x support. New features:  SSDO (scene-space dimensional occlusion), […]

  • New GPU Benchmarks: Unigine Valley 1.0 & Heaven 4.0

    Unigine is going to release two new GPU Benchmarks sometime during next week. Namely: Unigine Valley and Heaven 4.0. Both of them will be compatible with Windows, Linux and Mac OSX operating systems, 32bit and 64bit respectively. In our case, we would like to see the power of OpenGL 4.x support. New features:  SSDO (scene-space dimensional occlusion), […]

  • Canonical includes nVIDIA and AMD proprietary drivers into their official repository

    Nowadays. thanks to Valve and their Linux Steam client, more and more people are interested into PC gaming and Ubuntu/Linux GPU drivers. Currently, Steam is under closed beta phase with 5000 beta-testers worldwide, while much more users have been by-passing the login. This means that more than 5000 linux users are already using Steam in […]