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askubel
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re: Intel unveils 1 TFLOP/s Knight's Corner
askubel   11/16/2011 7:20:55 PM
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Not a fair comparison. Knight's Corner achieves 1 TFLOP running x86 instructions.

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re: Intel unveils 1 TFLOP/s Knight's Corner
wilber_xbox   11/16/2011 6:47:29 PM
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this is really a success for the 3D tri-gate technology. It just opens up real possibilities for lower nodes than 22nm.

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re: Intel unveils 1 TFLOP/s Knight's Corner
bobbytsai   11/16/2011 4:15:42 PM
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so intel finally made it to 1 Tflops. been able to buy this level of perforance for 2 or 3 years in a single slot pcie card. what is the flops/watt, flops/$ installed (floor space / cooling ...), memory bandwidth, max concurrent threds ?

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