NVIDIA Tegra Architecture

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  1. pharma

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    Miracles happen: Michael has found that there are different modes on TX2! Now he has to find what the fastest mode is and for MT tasks (hint: it's neither Max-Q or Max-P [and there are 3 Max-P modes]). And neither Max-Q or Max-P is the fastest for GPU tests.

    The problem is not that he got it wrong several times, the problem is that he denies being wrong and that certainly reinforced my doubts about any benchmark he posts.

    Sorry for the rant...
     
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    Still on 20nm planar?

    Oh 5/10W. Nevermind.
     
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    Is that exposed in the driver he benchmarked?
     
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    It's in the reviewer guides, if one would bother to read them.
     
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