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Old 15th January 2009, 12:20   #1
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NVIDIA has turned extensive resources on CUDA structure, which makes people aware of the powerful parallel computing ability on non-graphics computing. Now, the GPU parallel computing ability has been used on scientific computing, video editing, graphics processing and even physics acceleration. AMD, a full competitor with NVIDIA, also has its own non-graphics computing technology, Stream. Both CUDA and Stream can accelerate operations with parallel computing resources, so there’s no essential difference between them. GeForce and Radeon graphics cards both possess a mass of computing units that we name as stream processors.
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