NVIDIA’s GPU code-named accustomed on scientists names, who are nuclear physicists. Before we had Fermi, who give his contributions to the development of quantum theory, nuclear and particle physics, and statistical mechanics. Then we have Kepler, who was an astronomer. And now this generation GPUs are using the electromagnetic physicist name Maxwell. Who give the Maxwell four electricity and magnetism equations. Exactly 150 years ago on December 8 there was a birth of electromagnetic equations. NVIDIA has also made ​​a promotional video homeopathy – in which they present their card that how the birth of Maxwell GPU take place (manufacturing process). 

NVIDIA to Celebrate the 150th anniversary of the birth of Maxwell’s equations


You can find the life record of James Clerk Maxwell at  Wikipedia.

Back to our topic, in order to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the birth of this equation, NVIDIA’s CUDA Research Center with Bo Lange Gdansk University of Technology jointly organized a celebration with speeches, puzzles and birthday cake.

Our focus is on the video released by NVIDIA, the beginning of a very high force grid, describes various tyrants do not understand science and formulas, but in fact is the most important part in promoting their NVIDIA Maxwell architecture GTX 980 graphics card is how to design. The manufacturing process starts from the wafer fabrication, with heat sink design, manufacturing and after the test, most geeks tastes, full of faith.

A complete video on You Tube (called “The Journey of Maxwell“), the video is about three minutes or so, though with Apple Mac Pro still it is not enough to compare if we talk about the high-end commercial atmosphere of manufacture process, but still worth a watch. 

Maxwell Uncut Chips
Manufactured Chi Detected
Manufactured Chi Detected
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Nvidia GTX 980 Final Model
Nvidia GTX 980 Final Model
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