Arun! Your mastermind is behind this, isn't it?
I would love to have an invite if someone has a spare one. :)
Yay for respecting NDAs!
1 doesn't stand for January, but for "First release of the year".
Specs are out:
Are you also a bee? :wink:
3072x1620 (4.9MPixel) Video recorded at up to 120 fps
3K @ 120 fps @ 2500$ and you ask what does it do???
Finally and wow, just wow!
Scarlet and EPIC are the DSLR — all cameras are "part of the same DSMC system", so...
OpenCL wasn't develped by Khronos but afaik totally by Apple and then given to Khronos for standardization.
So it's a totally different approach.
Yes that was sarcasm.
It's really up to what feature/s they are lacking for DX10.1 support!
Or they were just lazy.
and call it Screen Space Vaseline Effect :P
Geometry processing was still done on the CPU, so every GPU didn't have to do it...
"Currently using CUDA, but I plan on trying out Larabee."
It reminds me of Alienware tech, which IIRC never saw the light of day.
The AI of the characters was implemented on the GPU! for all thousands of characters!
You mean a card that someone could use just for the PPU part alongside with some other ATI GPU under vista? Yeah that would be allowed. ;)
That was to say that I get 70 (on both OS X and Windows XP) when i first load the page and then press ctrl+R. If I reload using the address bar...
Reload as in ctrl+R (command+R on the mac) not clicking the reload button or clicking on the address bar and then pressing enter.
It's 71 on first launch and 70 on reload. (There is a reload related bug).
For example Safari 4.0 DP gets 100/100 the first time, and 98/100 on...
Wow, Nice! :)
IIRC rv670 and rv770 have full speed FP16 filtering
OS X 10.5.3 here
I bet that Firefox 1.5 and 1.0 are ever slower. Gosh you should try Phoenix 0.1. :???:
I understand that you are an Opera guy and want to make it look the "faster". But you could at least compare them on the same...
Final Firefox 3.0 download day results:
I don't think it's the OpenGL and OpenCL groups are the same.
And btw OpenAL is not a Khronos standard.
Well my impression was that the 10.6 version they gave to WWDC attendees already has an early implementation... But I might be way wrong.
Nice graph nVidia, as always! make 5% look like 25% and 15% like 75%!
I sure share your feelings, but I am also a bit scared of the timeframe, as the OpenGL 3 fiasco showed, khronos can take it's time to standardize...
Too bad there is not much information in it.
Future embedded devices, or current ones (OpenGL ES 2.0 generation)?
Yeah I was guessing LLVM would have been involved...
Do you have any link about that tho?
Since the OpenGL rewrite.
We are not in shock cause they must, we are because they can!
As Jen-Hsun Huang pre-announced the other day:
"Apple knows a lot about CUDA," Huang said, implying the company might be ready to formally...
Your reasoning would be correct if the 320sp took 100% of the die area, which is obviously not the case...
It grows even bigger if you add apps that aren't CUDA accelerated...
Being a MBX it's not news,
and being a MBX Lite while being news it's not excellent, a MBX non Lite would have been excellent.
I guess he means (power) / (amount of storage).
So W/bit, W/MiB or W/GiB.
Also check http://www.crazybump.com/ from the same author of that article.
I tried it and with some tweaking you can get pretty nice results.
Now the question is.. what are they comparing Larrabee to? G80? G92? future theorical performance extrapolated from current one,...
I have a question about Hybrid SLI... will it work with two monitors or as common SLI it will turn off all the other video outs?
Yep since Leopard.
A few nice presentations about LLVM
Both the OpenGL and the new C...
Oh so the F-buffer really existed! I thought was something imaginary! :lol:
Those transistors gotta be pretty big! ;)
Crap and bugs that give you performance advantage? Wow sure that's a nice coincidence!
Here we go again! :( and you think that companies should learn from their mistakes! :roll: