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Discuss: Nvidia brings Cuda to the notebook
13/8/08 10:50:37 AM

Girvo thinks:

Wow, sounds neat. If only I had a real use for CUDA...

About the Atomic article Nvidia brings Cuda to the notebook


Parallel GPU processing goes mobile

What do you think?

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Edit: I got my own age wrong? o_0

13/8/08 11:03:21 AM

Any laptop with a GF8 series or higher has CUDA...

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13/8/08 11:17:35 AM

* Grumbles about the ATI X1700 GPU in laptop *

PC 1: XP Home SP2, Opty 165@1.8Ghz, GEIL 1GB PC3200, 320GB SATA Cuda ES,XFX 9600GSO 580/700x2/1450, Seasonic S12+ 550W
PC 2: XP Home SP3, XP 3000+@2.24 Ghz, 1GB PC3200, 80GB IDE,ASUS nVidia 6800 512MB, Antec PlanetWatts 380W

13/8/08 11:49:15 AM

the quadro 135M in my dell laptop runs just over a hundred thousand samples in drillholes just fine, this things gonna be massive. mmmm deposit scale 3d visualisation :)

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13/8/08 8:12:33 PM

so are they going to fix the problems with the laptop gpu's or simply find more ways like this to cover up their failure.

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