Nvidia ports its Cuda Gpu-programming architecture to x86
In a move that shouldn't be that surprising, NVIDIA has announced that its popular CUDA platform is being ported to x86.
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#1 Sep 23, 2010
Does this mean that the bandwidth limitation in data transfer between CPU and GPU is no more a problem?
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