GPUs: Here to Stay

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Sometimes it's the ubiquitous technologies that are the most overlooked. Such is the case with GPUs, which have largely gone unnoticed though they've lived inside our laptops and desktops for quite some time. Most of us were probably not even aware of their existence, while we appreciated their rendering power nonetheless.

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