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  • #11
    Originally posted by deanjo View Post
    Too bad he didn't mention which Tesla card he was using for comparison.
    I was referring to the approximate number NVIDIA publishes for the Tesla devices. I don't have any current Teslas, so I cannot tell exact numbers.

    Originally posted by madjr View Post
    i wonder why they didnt add support for the open driver :O
    The open driver currently neither supports CAL nor OpenCL, so it's (nearly) impossible to use it for GPGPU.

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    • #12
      Originally posted by Marix View Post
      I was referring to the approximate number NVIDIA publishes for the Tesla devices. I don't have any current Teslas, so I cannot tell exact numbers.
      So you are unable to qualify the "The code also stomps NVIDIA, reaching 497 flops DGEMM on the HD5870 where NVIDIA only reaches around 300 on the much more expensive Tesla systems" statement. That is a bit misleading don't you think as you have no actual verification?

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      • #13
        NVIDIAs marketing number is in that area. I don't think they would understate their performance.

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        • #14
          You can get the NVIDIA number from slide 12 of one of NVIDIAs presentations from SC10: http://www.nvidia.com/content/PDF/sc...llips_SC10.pdf

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