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Confusion about Nvidia CUDA Archticture and TESLA GPU !

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January 9, 2013 1:19:36 AM

Hello

I am confused about the two terms CUDA and Coprocessor in Tesla GPU'S .

CUDA is an Archtictue that enables developers specially developers who develope resource demanding applications such as video processing software

Coprocessor is actually any processing chip (other than the CPU) that acts like the CPU taking some load off it
Example : Creative X-Fi sound cards have a proccesing chip and ram taking the Audio proccesing off the CPU and onto the sound card !

Now the Tesla GPU has CUDA and its a Coproccesor

Here comes the question... :o 
If the coproccesor can act like a CPU does this mean it can work with any software without supporting CUDA?!

And where the Heck can i get a hold of a K20X Tesla GPU online and for how much money?!

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January 11, 2013 5:13:07 PM

Tesla is not an X86 processor and cant run Windows
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January 16, 2013 10:02:18 AM

I want to get the thing running
and Tesla is my only option for high performance
can you help me
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January 21, 2013 6:55:10 AM

You mean Quadro K5000 with a bunch of Tesla K20Xs
is better than Tesla C2090 with Tesla K20Xs
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