CUDA-enabled applications

May 18th, 2009 by Vladimir Katalov

Tom’s Hardware has tested two mainstream NVIDIA cards (GeForce 9600 GT and GeForce 9800 GTX) on several CUDA-enabled applications. The applications were:

  • SETI@home
  • CyberLink PowerDirector
  • Tsunami MPEG Encoder
  • Super LoiLoScope
  • Badaboom

The results are a bit disappointing, I’d say… Our Distributed Password Recovery and Wireless Security Auditor are much better optimized, actually :)

Btw, NVIDIA GT300 Already Taped Out. 512 shader processors, a revamped data processing model, 512-bit GDDR5 (about 256 GB/s bandwidth); and of course, DirectX 11 support. The release date is not defined yet (but hopefully, this year).


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8 Responses to “CUDA-enabled applications”

  1. Felix says:

    What is with your programs like Advanced Archive Password Recovery?
    When its go to cracking rar files with gpu?
    I found only md5, ntlm,… hash crackers :(

  2. Don’t worry, support for ZIP and RAR formats will be added to Distributed Password Recovery soon.

  3. Felix says:

    Thanks for you answer. That will be more easier for me and i think for all others too :)
    Have a nice day ;-)

  4. Cyberpunk says:

    You are adding more and more file format to Distributed Password Recovery that support CUDA, what about other standalone product ?
    – And will you add AMD/ATI stream cause as we see only few program support ATI.

    By the way your blog is cool ;)

  5. Glad to hear that you like our blog — thanks! :)

    Yes, we’re going to release the standalone program (with CUDA/Stream support) later this yer; sorry, I cannot disclose any details at this time.

    More ATI support is also coming. Right now ATI Stream SDK is far from perfect — it is MUCH harder to write the code with it (compared to CUDA). So please be patient ;)

  6. I also want to see ATI Stream support. Thanks. Is there a way we can complain to ATI and push them to develop Stream better?

  7. andy says:

     
    cuda supports which forensic apps ????

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