"*TFLOPS is the actual teraflops from the software cores, not the peak values from CPU/GPU/PS3 specs."
P5-133XL wrote:The whole point of this discussion is TFLOPS vs PPD on the GPU2 Client. Earlier, PPD was forbiden as a subject. Now PPD is OK, but TFLOPS aren't. Is your goal just to interfere with the topic, so it can't be discussed intelligently?
If TFLOPS don't mean much, then whats the point of having a web page dedicated to it?
Just because you don't have the decoder ring, does not mean others shouldn't discuss the topic. Or, perhaps it does, because it is unacceptable that someone talk about something that the censor can't understand. I didn't realize that we were in such a closed society here.
P.S. 7im, I'm starting to really get annoyed with your attempts at censorship.
P5-133XL wrote:If TFLOPS don't mean much, then whats the point of having a web page dedicated to it?
DreadedOne509 wrote:Had to giggle to myself about that analogy, thanks for the smile!
Considering the above statement by Dr. Pande, and assuming I understood even half of what he just said, would a GPU card with faster, and more memory generally perform better given that all else is equal?
VijayPande wrote:because it's the main metric used in supercomputing. It's a horrible metric there too (since Blue Gene flops != FAH flops -- BG would do much worse at FAH than their reported FLOPS), but it's a single number which makes it easy to compare...P5-133XL wrote:If TFLOPS don't mean much, then whats the point of having a web page dedicated to it?
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