GPU card


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GPU card

A graphics card (display adapter) that contains a graphics processing unit (GPU). All modern cards employ a GPU. See GPU and GPU computing.
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In each experiment, Gibbs sampling was implemented to run a single Markov chain with a total of 10,000 iterations using (1) serial algorithm, (2) MPI with 10 processing nodes, (3) MPI with 20 processing nodes, and (4) CUDA with a single GPU card.
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Plus, because no features are disabled on this software only version, when faster GPU cards are released in the future, customers can simply plug them in for more power.
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The 650 model enables the use of all GPU cards that support connecting to a computer over Thunderbolt -- such as AMD Radeon R9, RX, RX Vega, and Pro WX models and NVIDIA GeForce GTX 9 and 10 series, Titan X and Xp, and Quadro models -- with Thunderbolt 3-equipped computers, providing GPU support for computationally intensive applications and games.
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Black-magic said Resolve on Linux eliminates this performance barrier because it is based on a cluster of computers with high performance GPU cards, so all processing is always real time.
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