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Old 15th January 2009, 17:05   #1
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Sources close to Intel have told us that Intel is working together with Lucid on some secret project. If Lucid can pull of its promised close to linear performance out of two chips, more GPUs could mean even more performance virtually linear so to say.

Last week when we meet companies President and VP of Business development Mr. Offir Remez, and he confirmed that more chips means more linear performance. They don’t have to stop at three or four GPUs like Nvidia and ATI do, they can surpass this number.

With this in mind imagine how much good this chip could do to Larrabee and we’ve already reported that Larrabee has 50 to 80 cores. With the help of Lucid Hydra technology there might be place for some sort of collaboration, but if Lucid is so good, someone will buy it out sooner rather than later. emid=34
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