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I am having trouble understanding the OpenCL specs. Does it support scatter?
Sorry for the dumb question :(
Thanks .. I guess I will go with either ATI or Nvidia chipset.
I am learning DX10 and mostly work on a desktop with a good discrete GPU.
I however am now considering a potentially cheap notebook that allows...
(Jawed : Hes doing SGEMV not SGEMM. )
Theoretical flops : The theoretical flops of your card are 16*0.8*2 gflops = 25.6 gflops for single...
Pardon my noobness .. but why is it that hard to do?
Cache coherency on SMP systems for CPUs has been done for many years now.
Ahh thanks for the info. As I am playing more with this new version of CAL, I am getting more excited. The "compute shaders" are very interesting....
Rv730 and SDK
I understand that RV730 is not officiallyu supported by the SDK. But I am wondering if RV730 supports features like double...
The documentation is still not good.
The new features seem to be
a) Local data share is exposed through CAL. Some info is present in IL...
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Hows CUDA simpler than OpenMP?
I wonder how long before L'Inq gets sued by Nv for disfamation?
Its interesting to consider who will buy the handheld unit from AMD?
Qualcomm is supposedly using their graphics core in snapdragon.
Waiting impatiently for the B3D writeup :(
Thanks for the link. That was an excellent review. As a GPGPU guy, waiting for new CAL release that exposes that global data share.
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Got this list from tweaktown :
I have to wonder whether Intel is supporting OpenCL on Larrabee. If claims of Intel that Larrabee is much more programmable than current cores is...
Hmm that gives roughly 25 gflops per board measured versus 96 gflops peak? Or were these numbers using some older board or something? If these are...
About clearspeed this article provides some details about prices etc :
Umm .. CAL is available on Linux too and thats how I got r600 ISA docs :)
fudzilla is reporting that sapphire and powercolor also release 4870.
I think you are misunderstanding their statement. They meant "Nvidia's suprise entry 9800GTX+" and not that Nvidia was surprised.
Pardon my ignorance wrt Cell but I wonder why the cell based accelerator boards are so damned expensive compared to the GPU based boards? I also...
About the new hotfix for 4800 series: does anyone have information about whether its faster than the earlier version?
Well OMAP 35xx integrates it. So does Poulsbo chipset. We shud see products based on both of these in 2-3 months. The one I am waiting for,...
Btw what is Advanced Video Transcode? On one of the card descriptions I see it can accelerate video transcoding?
edit : that should read...
unleashonetera.com site seems a little updated now.
curiously i can only see the updated site in opera browser.
well the card does do very well with the current bandwidth. but I was wondering if this bandwidth will be enough to give a correspondingly large...
any thoughts about a possible 4850 gddr5? or at least a higher memory clock?
Its a bit strange that 4850 has such a low memory bandwidth.
Tweak town reporting a new Nvidia card 9800 GTX+.
Looks like an OC GTX.
The prices : original GTX is now $199, GTX+ is 229 !!!!...
Maybe they are including OpenCL or something related in OpenGL 3 and maybe thats why its taking so much time?
Is it 1/8th or 1/12th? The DP unit cannot issue the MUL along with MAD ?
They think 16kb on-chip cache is a new feature of GTX 280?
And btw does anyone know if it supports DP?
Reuters reports on GTX 280 :
9600GSO is a rebranded 8800GS. At lower resolutions it actually beats 9600GT.
9600GSO has 96 shader processors vs 64 in 9600GT. However 9600GT...
480 SPs .. not 800 :(
Amazon posted 4850 on the site accidentally. 480 SP @ 625 MHz.
Check your math :)
Nobody puts over 24000 GPUs together either.
Heres the bull press release :
They mention 1068 8-core nodes. That probably...
Those tflops quoted are single precision or double? Looks like single precision since the 24gflops figure quoted for Nehalem is based on SP...
Web page "benchmark" details?
Well if Intel wants it to be a benchmark, then treat it like a benchmark it should.
Does anybody know the browsers...