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Old 10 August 2016, 00:26   #46
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Originally Posted by matthey View Post
If an Arria10 would allow a single precision floating point SIMD then that would likely be enough.

It may be worthwhile to write a Warp3D driver (giving OpenGL support) using a single precision floating point SIMD. No single precision floating point SIMD equals no Quake III on an FPGA CPU. An FPGA can simulate a SIMD easier than a wide FPU. It just needs a big enough FPGA, especially for floating point.
You mean they should have copied AMD's 3dNow! Instead of Intel's MMX? ;-)

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