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When we want to know the performance of a computer, smartphone or even a video game console, we pay attention to the RAM, however, it is also important to consider the FLOPS. Here we explain what they are and what they are for. FLOPS (Floating Point Operations Per Second), or floating point operations email database per second, are a unit of measure of a series of algorithms that one CPU performs per second. Before, computers had their own measurement system, but from 1980 on, FLOPS began to be used for arithmetic operations to represent both very large and small email database . The technological race is increasingly close, especially in video consoles. Now, Microsoft and Sony are measuring their strengths not only in internal memory and RAM, but also in the FLOPS or, rather, the GIGAFLOPS and TERAFLOPS. The Xbox email database ONE has 1,311 GIGAFLOPS and the Play Station 4 with 1,840; If we compare these amounts with the 500 GIGAFLOPS offered by the Nintendo Switch, the advantage of the first two is clear.

FLOPS are not everything Although FLOPS helps measure performance, the measure does not accurately predict the speed of a processor. As mentioned, we must also take into email database account random access memory (RAM) and read-only memory (ROM) to know how powerful our device is. To understand it in practical terms, the CEO of SONY Spain uses this example: “It's like a car engine. You have an engine this big that gives you 200 horsepower, or you have a tiny engine that, due to its technology, reaches 180 horsepower, but in the end the speed that takes you is the same ”. The innovations do not stop, currently companies offer us technological products that are already leaving email database GIGAFLOPS and TERAFLOPS aside to focus on what follows: PETAFLOPS. We recommend our Multimedia Production Course for Social Networks .
 
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