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On NVIDIA cards, What on earth is a SM?

DR.Cringe

7 months ago

Browsing Techpowerup, I saw Nvidia gpu's have a thing called SM? I already know that there architecture is different from AMD, But AMD's looks a lot less complicated!

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  • 7 months ago
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I was going to say Shader Model, but upon further review it appears to be Streaming Multiprocessor.

https://medium.com/@smallfishbigsea/basic-concepts-in-gpu-computing-3388710e9239

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