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NVIDIA CUDA: One Year After

Be the first to comment - What do you think?  Posted by JeGX - 2008/07/31 at 09:39

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The hardware.fr staff has been invited by NVIDIA to make a point on CUDA. Since this exellent article is written in french, I’ll try to highlight the interesting parts.

One of the new thing in CUDA 2.0 is, according to hardware.fr, the adding in the CUDA compiler of an optimzed profile for multicores x86 CPUs. Currently, CUDA code is splitted in two parts: one part processed by the CPU and the other one by the GPU via the CUDA compiler.
The new thing is that we can now compile the GPU code explicitly for the CPU in order to take advantage of multicores capabilities of the latest CPUs.

Another new thing is Tesla Series 10. NVIDIA has equiped all Tesla 10 products with 4Gb of graphics memory by GPU (recall that GeForce GTX 280 has 1Gb of memory). This boost in memory amount is useful in situations where dataset to be processed are very large.


A Tesla 10 card has only 6-pin PCI-Express power connector (the 8-pin is optional – a GeForce GTX 280 has one 6-pin and one 8-pin an both are required!). The reason is in GPU Computing the GPU has a lower power consumption because some transitors dedicated to 3D graphics are not used.

The article shows also some practical cases where CUDA is used: financial analysis, medical imagery (3D scans) and password recovering.


Read the complete article HERE – in french only
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