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Intel Confirms 'Larrabee' First Half 2010; No Delay
While many of us are running either an ATI or Nvidia GPU in our systems, the world’s largest maker of graphics chips is Intel.
Thanks to its integrated graphics, Intel’s GPUs are the most common ones on the market. They are, however, chosen for their cost and integration rather than performance. Intel is looking to change that with Larrabee, which will also be a GPGPU.
Intel spoke at the at the opening of Saarland University's Visual Computing Institute and revealed that Larrabee uses 32 processor cores and mates each of these with its own vector math unit.
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