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Transfer of workload from CPU to GPU

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hi all,

 

Hope all is good with You guys.

I was just wondering, I have these workloads that are very RAM and CPU intensive but wanted to know if there is a way in which I can offset this workload to the GPU either by sharing or completely offsetting.
So, there are a few questions popping in my mind right now. 

First of all, how? 

How efficient and cost effective can it really be?

What are the limitations?
Differences between RAM and VRAM?
Price to Performance Ratio of RAM and VRAM?

There might be some more, but for now I think these will suffice.

You don't need to provide me with the answers right away, but if you can suggest me places to look, that would be great. :)

*Keep in Mind I have no programming knowledge and not a lot either of computer parts. not a engineer by any stretch. Would love to learn though :)

 

 

 

 

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I think it would be beneficial for everyone at first to understand what are the workloads. What is the application/processes that you are running? :)

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Posted · Original PosterOP
4 minutes ago, Envit0 said:

I think it would be beneficial for everyone at first to understand what are the workloads. What is the application/processes that you are running? :)

Sure, mainly Digital Audio Workstations, like Cubase, Logic Pro X, Pro Tools and Kontakt Instruments from Native Instruments.

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