The evolution of graphics processors has profoundly changed over the last 20 years. The first specialized graphics architectures were almost purely fixed-function and could only accelerate a very limited range of computation such as geometry or lighting transformations. Programmable shaders gave developers new levels of capabilities, but with allocated functionality. Unified shaders offered dynamic load balancing and advanced branching. ...
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