Intel's take on the GPU

Subject: General Tech | April 12, 2007 - 08:34 AM |
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Beyond3D has captured slides from an Intel presentation about the future of the CPU and GPU.  The slides give you a very good idea of Intel's plans to retaliate against AMDs current move towards a GPU, and Beyond3D highlights out some very interesting points.

"Back in February we reported that Intel's Douglas Carmean, new Chief Architect of their Visual Computing Group (VCG) in

charge of GPU development at Intel, had been touring universities giving a presentation called "Future CPU Architectures --

The Shift from Traditional Models". Since then he's added a few more major university stops, and now the feared B3D ninjas

have caught up with him. Our shadow warriors have scored a copy of Carmean's presentation, and we've selected the juicy

bits for your enjoyment and edification regarding the showdown that Intel sees as already underway between CPU and GPU

makers."

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