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The shading processors in graphics hardware are becoming increasingly general-purpose. We test, through simulation and benchmarking, the potential performance impact of replacing these processors with a fully generalpurpose parallel processor, without the fixed-function graphics hardware legacy of current graphics processing units (GPUs). The representative general-purpose processor we test against is XMT (for eXplicit Multi-Threading 1 ), a PRAM-like single-chip parallel architecture.doi:10.1109/icpp.2008.35 dblp:conf/icpp/DuBoisLWOV08 fatcat:akjyvib4cngrnhwh6q523s3g6i