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No, Compositor RAD96 doesn’t use CUDA cores

CUDA is not used

Image 1 CUDA error during Compositor RIG 1 profiling

Series of tests were conducted with NVIDIA profiler to prove that none of 480 cores of Compositor RIG 1 uses CUDA technology.

At first, I ran an app of five RAD96 on a single CPU core at 192 kHz audio driver rate. That gave 480 hyperbolic cores at frequencies from 90 GHz to 150 GHz. For example, the working speed of one hyperbolic core is x100 times faster than a single CUDA core of the latest NVIDIA RTX 2080 Ti system.

Taking in account that there are 960 cores in two RIG’s, I want to introduce my new project, which is Virtual Mining Farm (VMF). It is the complete virtualization solution of stacking RAD96 virtual machines. The RAD96 provides effortless stacking in virtualized platform by an activation function interconnection. That activation provides direct stacking of two or more virtual machines. Code of virtual machine compiles only once and is used interactively by all VM’s in a RIG. This means no need in Max 8 MC technology.

Taking in account that I use .json statistics for each dsp process, both internal and external, it proves that such realization is only possible in Max 6 platform.

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About ruslany
Ruslan Yusipov is the artist and entrepreneur with his own vision of music software industry. Ruslan’s passion to new explorations in sound gives plethora of results in MaxMSP programming. He brings the home to Compositor Software Data Solutions, implementing the software for controlling any PC or Mac system. This software not only tunes your computer, it evolves sounds out of it, actively scanning the ether, which your system is connected to. One of the achievements of Ruslan Yusipov as software developer is MDL12 brain convolution technology, which stands behind mostly all Compositor products. It helps to emanate sounds literary out of your head, bringing your ideas into music immediately.