i am Sara ...i am newbie here ....just wana say helooo ...hope to get loadz from here
Hi Sara, welcome to the AMD developer forums! Glad to have you join us!!
Hey Sara Glad to meet you.
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Most Welcome here and feel free to ask any problem us. I will solve and suggets proper way to you.
Hi everyone and thanks a lot for giving me such a warm warm welcome ......
Hi Sara & everyone...
Nice forum. Everyone are very warm and friendly.
Hi everybody, I am new here too
Hi Merom92 - welcome & glad to have you with us as well!
hello there neither am a newbie to the forum as i visited the forum already but not registered...
Hi, I'm also a newbie here. Nice meeting you all, guys.
hi im also new here, im glad to meet you all. you will be seeing me around here more often.
Hi everyone - really glad to have you as part of the AMD developer community!! Feel free to jump in and ask questions.
Hi every one!
Kindly add me in your group or community.
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Hello everybody, I'm new here and didnt know were to go wi th my question.
Is anybody familiar with the folding@home project. well if so you know it works gret with nvidia and just so so with ATI. My question is can anybody optimise it to work better, like really better.
There is a project called milkyway@home which runs on bionic and a group of guys wrote some nice code that takes the time fort the cpu to do the workunit from 1 hour down to 40 seconds if its done on the gpu.
i have always been a believer in ATI and Amd and i've seen what power is really in ati products.
So im taking input or help with were to place my Q's on this topic
Nice to see so many new members of the community! Warm welcome and enjoy your staying here!
I offer a processor cache 10Gb in volume one millimetre cubic. It is possible to use for graphic processors. I do not understand: whether you there all clever that? Why it interests nobody? Have already thought up or have made?
Hiya... I kinda miss this forum..
Hi, Sara! I am also new here! I hope we can learn a lot from here.
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