See you next week with the release of GPU Caps Viewer 1.6.0… 😉
This list gathers rendering, physics and game engines:
Do we approach the perfect card? Maybe with this Radeon HD 4870 featuring the Arctic-Cooling Accelero Twin Turbo cooler:
A graphics and physics demo that shows Blender Game engine (available in Blender 2.48) in action:
CUDA makes it possible to program the GPU with the language C. This article will show you the steps to code a matrix multiplication routine in CUDA:
I you need a powerful graphics card to play 3D games and in the same time a video card that can be used in a HTPC (Home Theater PC), Palit has perhaps the right product with this GeForce 9800 GT 1Gb. This graphics card is equiped with an exceptionally quiet dual slot active
cooler and is available for about $170.
GeForce 9800 GT specifications:
– GPU: G92b (65nm) / 600MHz / 754-million transistors
– Memory: 1Gb GDDR3 / 256-bit / 1.8GHz effective
– Shader Processors: 112
– Textures Units: 32
– ROPs: 16
– DirectX 10 / OpenGL 2.1 / PhysX
With graphics cards such the GeForce GTX 280 and parallel brute force based algorithms coded in CUDA (GPGPU techniques), WiFi’s WPA (RC4 based) and WPA2 (AES based) encryption systems are now crackable and the time to crack them compared to CPU based algorithms is reduced by a factor of 100 (or 10,000 %).