diep at xs4all.nl
Mon Aug 25 18:30:30 EDT 2008
I'd say they're ok for black box 32 bits calculations that can do
with a GB or 2 RAM,
other than that they're just luxurious electric heating.
p.s. if you ask me, honestely, 250 watt or so for latest gpu is
really too much.
IMHO cpu's as well as gpu's should budget themselves more to a few
tens of watts at most.
Say 50 watt for the high end models.
On Aug 23, 2008, at 10:31 PM, Mikhail Kuzminsky wrote:
> BTW, why GPGPUs are considered as vector systems ?
> Taking into account that GPGPUs contain many (equal) execution units,
> I think it might be not SIMD, but SPMD model. Or it depends from
> the software tools used (CUDA etc) ?
> Mikhail Kuzminsky
> Computer Assistance to Chemical Research Center
> Zelinsky Institute of Organic Chemistry
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