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It's basically faster SLI. The schematics basically even show the GPUs sitting on old PC slots and with their own per-GPU VRAMs with only GPU-to-GPU going nvlink so it's definitely just the new SLI or just improving it. They will probably keep the name SLI.

At first I thought they were fooling us because the Pascall he showed was like a module that you'd stack on other modules but that was just a card bearboned. It was irrelevant.

By the way, I suspect they may release it earlier than stacked vram since that can be probably be done on earlier techs, but stacked vram may need a new arch for sure.
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but will it work on crysis?
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Looks like HSA to me.
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' This will eliminate a longstanding bottleneck and help pave the way for a new generation of exascale supercomputers that are 50-100 times faster than today's most powerful systems. '
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I wonder how much benefit would it bring to real-time performance in gaming.
Maybe like Mantle?


means your games will finish quicker biggrin.gif
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Another tech pushed by AMD's APU work. thumb.gif
Not really. Intel, AMD, and NVIDIA have been working on GPGPU as co-processors for almost a decade at this point. This paradigm is nothing new.
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x86 licenses may not be transferable. Intel accepted a judgement from the NVIDIA-Intel case on DMI that they were to only require to consider x86 transfers.

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Looks like HSA to me.
Not really....
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Interesting but I really only see this being very beneficial in GPGPU applications.
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So you think a company would be able to come in and compete against Intel and AMD in the x86 space?

AMD has a hard enough time and they've been making x86 chips for decades.
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Interesting but I really only see this being very beneficial in GPGPU applications.

What's your reasoning on this?
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I think this will be used together with IBM's new CPU
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Interesting but I really only see this being very beneficial in GPGPU applications.

What are the overheads of today's SLI? That's where the benefit can be approximated.

It would need info that shows the latency of the connect drops FPS by an amount.

And then do an approximation based on what would happen if the latency drops.
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