Back to GPU CUDA again and Visual Studio 2010 as C++ AMP is slow and other 2012 problems

(Last Updated On: December 11, 2012)
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Back to GPU CUDA again and Visual Studio 2010 as C++ AMP is slow and other 2012 problems

Why do I do this to myself? You get all excited with all this latest technology. It seems CUDA rules supreme as I posted some performance problems of AMP. That sucks as it looks quite easy to implement as compared to CUDA. Also, I even tried to implement the CUDA samples in Visual Studio 2012 but that failed during the conversion for some reason. I am back what I had which was CUDA samples within Visual Studio 2010. It looks like I will not be using Server 2012 or Windows 8 any time soon. Sorry folks but this newer may not be prime time despite what Microsoft claims.

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