NVIDIA Control Panel Control Panel settings
Do the settings from NVIDIA Control Panel affect somehow to CUDA performance?
(for both cuda runtime and cuda driver)
Do the settings from NVIDIA Control Panel affect somehow to CUDA performance?

(for both cuda runtime and cuda driver)

#1
Posted 09/20/2007 09:41 AM   
noone knows or just a stupid question?
noone knows or just a stupid question?

#2
Posted 11/21/2007 01:50 PM   
Well, if you had a CUDA program that used graphics interop, I imagine the control panel settings would change the performance of the graphics portion of the application. I doubt any control panel setting could change the performance of a pure CUDA program: CUDA puts the graphics card into a completely different mode.
Well, if you had a CUDA program that used graphics interop, I imagine the control panel settings would change the performance of the graphics portion of the application. I doubt any control panel setting could change the performance of a pure CUDA program: CUDA puts the graphics card into a completely different mode.

#3
Posted 11/21/2007 02:56 PM   
I am not sure about the latest beta version (1.1 beta) but in the 1.0, there is at least 1 setting I know that can cause problems in the graphics interoperability programs -
If you have a dual-view monitors setup, OpenGL will not work. Also, if you have them setup as horizontal span, performance varies depending on which monitor you are displaying the program. This is discussed in detail in another thread (which I think is titled 'Multiple Displays Issue'
I am not sure about the latest beta version (1.1 beta) but in the 1.0, there is at least 1 setting I know that can cause problems in the graphics interoperability programs -

If you have a dual-view monitors setup, OpenGL will not work. Also, if you have them setup as horizontal span, performance varies depending on which monitor you are displaying the program. This is discussed in detail in another thread (which I think is titled 'Multiple Displays Issue'

#4
Posted 11/21/2007 03:55 PM   
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