How to optimize core and threads in CUDA C Tags: Graphics Core How To Programming Apps Last response: July 29, 2011 4:11 PM in Applications Share bala_12 July 29, 2011 8:42:09 AM I dont know how to optimize core and threads in CUDA C programming. Will anyone know about this ? More about : optimize core threads cuda Ijack a b L Programming July 29, 2011 9:46:16 AM Have you read the CUDA Best Practices Guide that comes with the SDK documentation? bala_12 July 29, 2011 12:47:58 PM Ijack said:Have you read the CUDA Best Practices Guide that comes with the SDK documentation? no Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Get the answer Ijack a b L Programming July 29, 2011 4:11:52 PM Well, it would seem a logical starting point. It's probably best to first read the CUDA documentation and the tutorial that I linked to in your earlier post. Then if you have queries come back and ask. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumHow many cuda cores does Premiere Pro CS6 use? ForumImprtance of CUDA cores vs Bit-rate at ~$200 Forum480 GTX Cores (" cuda cores") Locked through Bios or Laser cut? ForumCUDA Cores vs CPU Cores ForumCore 2 duo vs i7 2600k + CUDA ForumWhat exactly is a " CUDA core "? ForumHow to Optimize my system. ForumGPU Dedicated PhysX and CUDA ForumBudget Nvidia CUDA Card - Will it Help? ForumCasual Conversation Thread Mk III ForumCompute/ CUDA machine? ForumOptimize i5-3570K overclock ForumFirst timer facing BIOS and OS install - asking how to test & optimize ForumFolding@Home: THGC Needs You -Team 40051 ForumWhat is the difference between Extended and normal version of a software? ForumHow to take a photo from a video ForumHow to ForumHow to stable V-Sync Forum[Solved] How do I stop the data execution prevention bubble pop-ups when closing a intern ForumHow to lock a excel farmula More resources Read discussions in other Applications categories Graphics Internet Applications Multimedia Office Security CAD Distributed Computing Drivers Enterprise Software Firmware Programming Photoshop Skype Wordpress !