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  • phoronix
    started a topic NVIDIA Shows Off "Kayla" Running On Ubuntu

    NVIDIA Shows Off "Kayla" Running On Ubuntu

    Phoronix: NVIDIA Shows Off "Kayla" Running On Ubuntu

    Announced at NVIDIA's GPU Technology Conference (GTC) 2013 event today was the "Kayla" ARM development board...

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=MTMzMTU

  • GT220
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    Kayla is running on Nvidia 319.00 Linux drivers, can't wait for Nvidia to release the 319.xx drivers.

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  • johnc
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    Originally posted by zanny View Post
    Then they should build their own semi plant. If TSMC is unreasonable they should switch vendors or build their own, but complaining about it isn't getting them any sympathy.
    Getting off a foundry is probably no easy task. And the fact that TSMC is taking on Apple in what would clearly be a new highest-priority customer, I think NVIDIA is going to continue to struggle with this aspect of their business.

    It's not that TSMC is a poor company per se, it's just that they're way, way overcapacity and things like die shrinks and new architectures are going to have to move at their pace.

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  • zanny
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    Originally posted by johnc View Post
    Dealing with TSMC appears to be a huge burden.
    Then they should build their own semi plant. If TSMC is unreasonable they should switch vendors or build their own, but complaining about it isn't getting them any sympathy.

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  • johnc
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    Originally posted by curaga View Post
    Tegra 4 was late by several months, yet they think they can do Tegra 5 for 2014Q1, and it's a bigger jump in many ways. Won't be holding my breath for that to release on time.
    Dealing with TSMC appears to be a huge burden.

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  • curaga
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    Tegra 4 was late by several months, yet they think they can do Tegra 5 for 2014Q1, and it's a bigger jump in many ways. Won't be holding my breath for that to release on time.

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  • erendorn
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    Nobody writes CUDA code for consumer applications, that's true.
    But in number crunching industries, people really do use CUDA much more than openCL. That's because of commercial support and better optimization for Nvidia cards, and because Tesla cards are the only server dedicated GPGPU with ECC memory on the market (hence, only Nvidia cards are used on GPGPU grids anyway).
    Maybe it's different in public and semi-public research (more openCL because open/standard), I have no particular experience on that.

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  • Figueiredo
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    We can't know about performeance and power consumption, but feature-wise (64bit) only parker seems to be a true competitor for kabini.

    Edit: nvidia seems to be ahead on the driver department though, by already supporting android and gnu/linux, whereas amd questionably does the later and don't support the former, so they are behind software-wise.
    Last edited by Figueiredo; 03-20-2013, 10:29 AM.

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  • oleid
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    So this is basically what AMD is doing with their new Tablet processors, but ARM based. Maybe the GPU part here is more powerful, I didn't check. The power consumption of the CPU part, however, should be comparable.

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  • TemplarGR
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    The standards war is already lost for Nvidia...

    Not only most hardware supports OpenCL, but since as the time passes developers will use OpenCL more, they will get to know it better. CUDA's marketshare was mostly based on its headstart. Nvidia took GPGPU seriously far earlier than other hardware vendors. But CUDA is doomed and anyone saying otherwise is wrong...

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