Speed now & then

Chuck Guzis cclist at sydex.com
Wed Apr 11 13:09:23 CDT 2018

On 04/11/2018 09:31 AM, Eric Korpela via cctalk wrote:
> It might break the rules since it only goes back to 1999, but here's
> Moore's law for integer speed, floating point speed, number of processors,
> memory sizes and disk sizes for the machines connected to SETI at home.  Plots
> are averages and medians, unfiltered for errors.   At least one of the
> parameters (total credited ops) is no longer used.    expavg credit
> includes GPU work even though it's not included in the processor speed
> numbers.  If someone wants a distillation of the data for comparing to
> earlier machines, let me know.

I thought that Moore's "law" dealt only with the number of transistors
on a die.   Did Gordon also say something about performance?


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