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NVIDIA Tesla D870 GPU card

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NVIDIA takes on AMD's Stream Computing Initiative with its Tesla GPU cards and HPC systems

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RE: my head hurts
By tehliberal on 6/20/2007 6:21:04 PM , Rating: 5
Try google and wikipedia

RE: my head hurts
By peternelson on 6/25/2007 2:13:45 AM , Rating: 2
I'll explain it in simple terms:

It's a graphics card that you can't plug a monitor into.

But there's an upside: you can pay more money for it too ;-)

Beyond that, if you were to read the NVIDIA books GPU GEMS 1 and GPU GEMS 2, you may get some idea of what is possible on the last generation of GPUs (DirectX9, Shader model 3), let alone current (DirectX10, Shader model 4) or future ones.

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