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There must be more GPU's being used on OCN with all the members we have, couldn't we create a virtual machine using all our GPU's (like f@h) and see if we could compete biggrin.gif
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You're so original:rolleyes:
I wonder if the workers there could have some for free...

Sense of humour on ocn wouldn't go a miss
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Big ass 550mm2 chip like this isn't gonna come with very fast clocks even in consumer version gtx780.
800-850MHz is Realisitc.

With 2880 cores gtx780 may give you
Approx ............................4.9 TFLops SP.
Assuming half rate DP ... 1.2 TFLops DP.
If it's restricted to quarter rate, like Fermi then .... only 600GFlops DP.

Just for amusement see what HD8970 can give you.
Approx 400mm2 chip, and on more mature 28nm can easily be clocked 1.0-1.1GHz

With 2560 cores hd8970 may give you
Approx ............................5.6 TFLops SP.
Assuming half rate DP like Tahiti... 1.4 TFLops DP.

Both values comfortably exceeding gtx780. For a far smaller chip, that'll consume far less power and have higher OC headroom. thumb.gif
Seems AMD is gonna keep the Compute crown with no sweat at all. wink.gif
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FYP
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herpa derpa herp derp a derp herpa derp herp derpa a herp a derp herpa derp
FYP

bigeyedsmiley.png Oddly enough, that's exactly what I read too.
post #26 of 56
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Big ass 550mm2 chip like this isn't gonna come with very fast clocks even in consumer version gtx780.
800-850MHz is Realisitc.
With 2880 cores gtx780 may give you
Approx ............................4.9 TFLops SP.
Assuming half rate DP ... 1.2 TFLops DP.
If it's restricted to quarter rate, like Fermi then .... only 600GFlops DP.
Just for amusement see what HD8970 can give you.
Approx 400mm2 chip, and on more mature 28nm can easily be clocked 1.0-1.1GHz
With 2560 cores hd8970 may give you
Approx ............................5.6 TFLops SP.
Assuming half rate DP like Tahiti... 1.4 TFLops DP.
Both values comfortably exceeding gtx780. For a far smaller chip, that'll consume far less power and have higher OC headroom. thumb.gif
Seems AMD is gonna keep the Compute crown with no sweat at all. wink.gif

Not if your compute applications are written with CUDA+
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Big ass 550mm2 chip like this isn't gonna come with very fast clocks even in consumer version gtx780.
800-850MHz is Realisitc.
With 2880 cores gtx780 may give you
Approx ............................4.9 TFLops SP.
Assuming half rate DP ... 1.2 TFLops DP.
If it's restricted to quarter rate, like Fermi then .... only 600GFlops DP.
Just for amusement see what HD8970 can give you.
Approx 400mm2 chip, and on more mature 28nm can easily be clocked 1.0-1.1GHz
With 2560 cores hd8970 may give you
Approx ............................5.6 TFLops SP.
Assuming half rate DP like Tahiti... 1.4 TFLops DP.
Both values comfortably exceeding gtx780. For a far smaller chip, that'll consume far less power and have higher OC headroom. thumb.gif
Seems AMD is gonna keep the Compute crown with no sweat at all. wink.gif

Honestly.. I'm still not sure if this guy is just trolling or if he's actually being serious.. In EVERY single thread about nvidia cards (well pretty much anyway) he's raving about how great AMD is and how much nvidia sucks, GG rolleyes.gif

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Big ass 550mm2 chip like this isn't gonna come with very fast clocks even in consumer version gtx780.
800-850MHz is Realisitc.
With 2880 cores gtx780 may give you
Approx ............................4.9 TFLops SP.
Assuming half rate DP ... 1.2 TFLops DP.
If it's restricted to quarter rate, like Fermi then .... only 600GFlops DP.
Just for amusement see what HD8970 can give you.
Approx 400mm2 chip, and on more mature 28nm can easily be clocked 1.0-1.1GHz
With 2560 cores hd8970 may give you
Approx ............................5.6 TFLops SP.
Assuming half rate DP like Tahiti... 1.4 TFLops DP.
Both values comfortably exceeding gtx780. For a far smaller chip, that'll consume far less power and have higher OC headroom. thumb.gif
Seems AMD is gonna keep the Compute crown with no sweat at all. wink.gif

What keeps me busy though is this:

How come this guy has nearly 100 posts and still no REP eek.gif
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Originally Posted by supergamer View Post

Big ass 550mm2 chip like this isn't gonna come with very fast clocks even in consumer version gtx780.
800-850MHz is Realisitc.
With 2880 cores gtx780 may give you
Approx ............................4.9 TFLops SP.
Assuming half rate DP ... 1.2 TFLops DP.
If it's restricted to quarter rate, like Fermi then .... only 600GFlops DP.
Just for amusement see what HD8970 can give you.
Approx 400mm2 chip, and on more mature 28nm can easily be clocked 1.0-1.1GHz
With 2560 cores hd8970 may give you
Approx ............................5.6 TFLops SP.
Assuming half rate DP like Tahiti... 1.4 TFLops DP.
Both values comfortably exceeding gtx780. For a far smaller chip, that'll consume far less power and have higher OC headroom. thumb.gif
Seems AMD is gonna keep the Compute crown with no sweat at all. wink.gif

Where to these numbers come from ...?
... Bull?
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What keeps me busy though is this:
How come this guy has nearly 100 posts and still no REP eek.gif

It should be quite obvious if you look at what kind of posts he's been posting all around this forum tongue.gif
It's just not a real debate about GPU's if this guy isn't in there sharing his point of view. thumb.gif
    
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