If the movement of using GPUs as the work horse and CPUs essentially as que management continues to gain traction this could very easily trickle down to impact nearly every processing intense aspect of computing.
I can't wait to see what Intel has to say about this
May 7, 2009 1:25:33 AM
skineOh, right. Because the first thing I think of when I read 'Tesla' on a tech site is heavy metal, and not Tesla Motors, about Tesla's Long Island laboratory being up for sale, or even Nikola Tesla himself.
I'd rather confuse the T5500 and T7500 with intel Core 2 Duo processors.
Didn't even know there was something as a tesla rock band
I'm not sure the end users of Teslas are very interested in overclocking as much as they want accurate results. Overclocking can introduce processing calculation errors, and that is exactly what these people want to avoid as much as possible. But I'm sure if there isn't a tool for overclocking a Tesla solution, one will come up sooner or later.