I’m graduate student from Taiwan. In our lab, we aim to do some research about cognition, auditory system and related neural model of human body. It’s now in an starting phase, so we need to setup a PC that is powerful to run the neural simulation as fast as possible. The goal is to able to process auditory signal in real-time.
I had read a way to speed up the simulation by utilizing openCL computation. And I have checked the related documentation, but not seen more detailed descriptions about suggested hardware requirements.
So I started searching on the internet, here are some questions I’m really confused about:
- Since nvidia recently got a powerful graphics card (geforce 1080 or so), AMD’s most recent product RX 480 series support more advanced OpenCL platform. What’s your choice or suggestions?
- Do Nengo OpenCL simulator utilize two graphics cards on PC? Or only one gpu is used at a time? (I’m wondering the performance of two AMD’s latest graphics cards installed in one system.)