Sep 24, 2009
Lucid Technologies has announced the Lucid Hydra 200. AnandTech has looked inside this new chip to see what it does. The Hydra 200 intercepts OpenGL and DirectX commands from the CPU to the GPU and load balance them across any number of GPUs from any vendor. The final buffers are read back by the Lucid chip and sent to primary GPU for display.
Category: Processors •
Posted on 09/24 at 11:57 AM
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