[RC5] cuda in crossfire or sli

steven_nikkel at ertyu.org steven_nikkel at ertyu.org
Thu Feb 26 11:23:12 EST 2009


SLI must be disabled for CUDA to use additional cards, I'm not sure about
crossfire.

The dnetc CUDA clients support multiple cards.

> Hi Bert,
>
> On 26.2.2009 2:43, bert wrote:
>> Hey does the cuda client detect 2 cards if you are in sli or
>> crossfire(or tri sli?)????? I'm sorry but ever since the cuda client
>> came about I've been slobbering about the possiblities(been crunching
>> since 2000 with the dnetc client,been a  long time I've felt excited
>> about something....)
>
> CUDA/Stream don't need SLI or Crossfire to support multiple cards. Those
> are needed to support shared 3D rendering of the same scene. All you
> need is that the cards are connected to a bus which the CUDA/Stream
> drivers support (PCIe). I don't know if the Dnetc CUDA client supports
> multiple cards though. It shouldn't be any problem, since other
> distributed GPGPU projects do it.
>
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