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Titan Z 32bit chips?

The TITAN Z has two GK110 GPUs, which each have 2880 FP32 cores which perform 32-bit floating point operations for most programs. GK110 GPUs also have 960 FP64 cores which can do 64-bit floating point calculations for specialized programs which can make use of them.

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A friend of mine said the Titan Z's Cores are 32 bit cores, I'm struggling to find any documentation to support this. so i'm asking would anybody know?

 

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Why is he drooling so hard? They support both instructions. Titan Z = two titan blacks.


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A friend of mine said the Titan Z's Cores are 32 bit cores, I'm struggling to find any documentation to support this. so i'm asking would anybody know?

 

Thanks!

32 bit can address up to 2^31 bytes (around 4,2 GB) of memory, a titan z is two titan blacks and they have 6 GB VRAM each, so i'm guessing 64 bit :)

and as @Gofspar said, they support both.


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A friend of mine said the Titan Z's Cores are 32 bit cores, I'm struggling to find any documentation to support this. so i'm asking would anybody know?

 

Thanks!

by saying 32-bit cores what are you refering to?


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The actual compute cores 

what part of them is 32-bit ??

For example when we talk about Intel or AMD CPU processors and refer to them as 32-bit or 64-bit, we talk about the size of registers, which are 32 or 64 bits in size respectively.

 

 

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The TITAN Z has two GK110 GPUs, which each have 2880 FP32 cores which perform 32-bit floating point operations for most programs. GK110 GPUs also have 960 FP64 cores which can do 64-bit floating point calculations for specialized programs which can make use of them.

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