[Hardware] Hardware Digest, Vol 22, Issue 1
bovine at distributed.net
Fri Aug 24 00:42:03 EDT 2007
Unfortunately, your video card appears to only be an old 7 Series:
For CUDA to be usable, you must have a modern 8 Series video card:
An entry-level GeForce 8800 GTS 320MB card could be used for this purpose.
The amount of RAM on the card is not important for our usage, though if you
plan on using the card for games that are heavy in texture-maps then the
higher memory capacity might be useful. Here are some reviews of cards in
this series: http://www.anandtech.com/printarticle.aspx?i=2953
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[mailto:hardware-bounces at lists.distributed.net] On Behalf Of Philippe Faure
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Subject: Re: [Hardware] Hardware Digest, Vol 22, Issue 1
Thanks for the update. I have a eGeforce 7600GS graphics card, will I be be
able to use it to help with testing? Unfortunately, I can't really help with
coding. For OGR or RC5 projects, or both?
> There has been some work to get dnetc running on the CUDA platform from
> Nvidia. There has been several functional test builds with very good
> performance. Current work is to clean it up, make it portable and suitable
> for widespread use and look into optimizations.
> ATI has a similar interface, no-one has done anything with that as of yet
> that I'm aware of.
>> I had read in the past about someone trying to port DNETC to the
>> processors on
>> video cards. I was wondering if anything has ever come of this?
>> Thank you
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