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This is a discussion on New Gadgets within the Electronics forums, part of the Non-Related Discussion category; This year’s Game Developers Conference (GDC) will include a new keynote presenter that could signal a shift in how people ...

          
   
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    Google Expected to Reveal Game Streaming Service



    This year’s Game Developers Conference (GDC) will include a new keynote presenter that could signal a shift in how people play games. Google has sent out invites to its GDC press event, during which it’s expected to unveil a new game streaming product. This could be the next step for the recent Project Stream test.

    There have been rumors about a Google game stream product or service for several years. Initially, leaks pointed to a hardware platform called Yeti that would stream games to a connected display. In late 2018, Google rolled out a game streaming test called Project Stream. To publicize the demo, it worked with Ubisoft to give everyone free access to the new Assassin’s Creed Odyssey.

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    OpenAI Launches Neural MMO to Train AI in Complex



    Over the past few years, we’ve seen a number of AI projects demonstrate how effectively artificial intelligences can play certain games, from classics like chess to the Chinese game Go and even DOTA 2 and Starcraft 2. Now, the non-profit OpenAI has released what it calls Neural MMO. The look is heavily reminiscent of Minecraft, but the long-term impact of the idea could be considerable.

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    Google Announces ‘Stadia’ Game Streaming Service



    Google rolled out the Project Stream demo last year, letting players experience the new Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey in a browser. We all suspected this was just the start of a major game streaming initiative for Google, and now we know for certain. At GDC 2019, Google has unveiled Stadia, its new cloud-based gaming platform. It lets you play AAA games on any device with Chrome including laptops, phones, tablets, and TVs.

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    Samsung Flashbolt HBM2 Is 33 Percent Faster



    Samsung has announced its latest version of HBM2 (High Bandwidth Memory) with a sharp increase in capacity and overall performance. It’s likely a response to the advent of GDDR6, at least in part — the gap between the two memory standards has shrunk significantly.

    Back when HBM debuted, the gap between it and GDDR5 was significant. HBM-equipped GPUs could offer significantly more memory bandwidth at lower power consumption. But unlike typical RAM cycles, in which a new technology debuts on a limited number of cards and then waterfalls into the larger market, HBM and HBM2 have both remained at the very top of the stack. AMD used HBM2 for its Vega 56, 64, and Radeon VII consumer cards, but Nvidia has opted to rely on GDDR6, which also offers its own density improvements.

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    Intel Details Faster Gen 11 Graphics Architecture



    Intel has released a new design document detailing its Gen 11 GPUs and how they’ll differ from its previous family. Up until this point, we’ve gotten modest details on the new uarch, at events like Intel’s Architecture Day, but this new data backfills some of the expected technical details. Intel’s Gen 11 graphics architecture is expected to be the basis for its upcoming Xe discrete GPU architecture, so the advances debuted here are a preview for at least some of the features those cards should deploy.

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    Google Stadia Is Powered by Intel CPUs



    When Google announced its custom streaming Stadia solution, it made it clear that it had partnered with AMD to deploy a custom GPU with 10.7 TFLOPs of compute power and 8GB of HBM2 RAM. There was no mention of the CPU used, but a note in Google’s presentation referenced Hyper-Threading technology — not SMT.

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    Apple's Biggest Mistake Yet

    This week Apple (AAPL) held an “event” to announce its entry into streaming videos and credit cards. Among the cheers and applause and the “think different” banners, this marked a new low in the company’s fading effort to remain true to Steve Jobs’ vision of stunning innovation and creativity.

    How Apple plans to compete in the already-crowded streaming business and the super-crowded credit card business is not well supported by any business logic. On the content side, Apple brought out some star-studded names such as Spielberg, Oprah and Reese. They would be the stars featured in new original content for which Apple allocates about $1 billion. But this funding could support only about 30 shows, which barely moves the needle when considering the offerings from Amazon, Netflix and HBO. Netflix alone spent more than $12 billion on content in 2018, and will increase that to $15 billion this year. And let’s not forget the Disney-Fox merger that closed this month, too.

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    New Nvidia Drivers Unlock Ray Tracing on GTX Cards



    When Nvidia launched Turing, it decided to bifurcate its product branding, splitting the GeForce brand into two segments. GTX cards, even those based on Turing-class GPUs, would not include the new specialized hardware functions that enable Nvidia’s ray tracing support. RTX cards, which support Microsoft’s DirectX Ray Tracing (DXR) with some additional hardware capabilities, would.

    Last month, the company shifted this guidance. DXR/RTX capabilities would be unlocked on Nvidia GTX GPUs, including last-generation Pascal cards, via a special driver update. But Nvidia’s early discussions of DXR also emphasized that the performance impact of enabling ray tracing was ruinous — heavy enough that only specialty cards like Turing could handle it in the first place. The new WHQL 425.31 driver enables RTX on GTX GPUs.

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