... will it run Crysis?
Nvidia has announced its next-generation GPU, and with it a new interconnect it dubs NVLink that it says will increase the bandwidth among GPUs – and also CPUs, should a processor designer implement it – over that of PCIe by five to twelve times. Nvidia NVLink block diagram String a bunch of GPUs together with NVLink, and …
I did a presentation a few years back on the "commodity version of Anton" (Anton is MD pecial purpose hardware.
I have a slide which compares the PCIx vs Hypertransport characterisics, and why D.E.Shaw built their own.
This would seem to be a natural evolution and the reinvention of the Video bus...
Humongous strides are still being made in the computing space. This is another stepping stone towards more and more computing power available to individual users. I can hardly wait to see this become a reality.
I wonder what kind of eye-candy future game developers will throw in to make their plotless games look even better. Maybe some kind of mix between Battlefield 6 and Minecraft ? Truly deformable terrain and structures without any scripting ? Bodies and rubble that stay for the duration of the round ? Blood spurting out of severed arteries ?
Who knows, we might even get a game with an actual plot ?
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