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Comment: Re:Encryption is not the main beneficiary (Score 1) 101

by smorken (#36054620) Attached to: Writing Linux Kernel Functions In CUDA With KGPU
The only time that you want to use a GPU is when your code has a high proportion of numerical operations, and when your problem can be executed in parallel. (modeling, graphics) If this is not the case then using a GPU is not going to speed things up. Code where you are mostly just moving data around with sparse calculations (routers, databases, webservers, AV) is not a good problem for video cards.

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