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Old 09-14-2010, 02:43 AM   #1
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Default Internet Explorer 9 to Use GPU to Speed up Browsing

When you think of GPGPU, what first comes to mind? Video encoding? Image restoration? Password cracking? How about Internet browsing? It might seem silly at first, but Intel and Microsoft have teamed up to make sure that Web browsing with Internet Explorer 9 will be made a lot snappier thanks to its ability of tapping into the power of our graphics processors.


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