Originally Posted by LtMatt
Got any more info about that?
See the post no. 81.
Originally Posted by Raghar
I looked at that rather old benchmark and found this:
The bottom value is for NVidia. Well there are cards who are doing computation on themselves, and cards which are compute devices. The former is perfectly acceptable in the beginning, I have 1.1 CUDA card which was excellent, but after few iterations they should improve into real compute devices.
Nvidia doesn't support OpenCL 1.2. They probably are working on it. But its not available yet even with latest Geforce GPUs.
What about integers? 32 bit ones?
32 bit once are Single Precision Floating Point and I've already given you enough info regarding 7970 and 780.
searched I didn't find anything.
Originally Posted by y2kcamaross
Ahh...so it's still " king " in everything that's irrelevant to the 99% of people who buy them, got ya!
At least its King in 1% of what most OCN (only) users generally don't need. And 780 can never ever be faster than that.
Don't you know nothing in the world is 100% perfect, so is the 780
By the way why don't you talk about DirectX 11.1 Battlefield 4 features which is still not fully supported by 780 ?