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Chip maker AMD has invested heavily into hyperbole research, proudly proclaiming that its new graphics chip, the RV770, is "more powerful than every generation of video game console ever brought to market combined." The RV770, demoed Monday, is capable of processing one trillion floating operations per second on a single chip, a feat that AMD says "punches a sizeable hole in the sensory barrier."
 
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Watch this. They explain some information about that screen shot in the OP.

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don't mean to rag, but when companies throw around words like flops, pixels, poly's

They are usually bending facts or just flat out lying
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don't mean to rag, but when companies throw around words like flops, pixels, poly's

They are usually bending facts or just flat out lying
They aren't really bending facts. The 1 trillion flop number is true. However thats theoretical max performance. If your know a thing or 2 about flops then you know that theres a very low chance of truly reaching that 1 trillion flop number.
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Not to nit pick but isn't comparing the throughput of the latest-and-greatest video hardware (that, btw, costs about the same as a whole console) against 2-4 years old systems a bit on the, shall we say, marketing side?

My computer puts out more FLOPS than all the computers from the 60s-90s combined!

Moore's law grows exponentially.

Not to rag on the red parade. The R770 is looking like a mighty fine piece of hardware.
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They aren't really bending facts. The 1 trillion flop number is true. However thats theoretical max performance. If your know a thing or 2 about flops then you know that theres a very low chance of truly reaching that 1 trillion flop number.
oh ****, i thought it said 1 trillion Tflops

**** me
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oh ****, i thought it said 1 trillion Tflops

**** me
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Yeah, they specifically clocked the card (where it's at, I don't remember) so that it would be EXACTLY that.
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Will these 10000000000000000000000 TFLOPS help me run games at above 60FPS?
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