Ok, since i'm wasting my life anyway playing video games, I might as well do it in style so I got myself a t-rex for my winsuck machine.
But having paid a king's ransom for the damn thing I feel obliged to at least try to program it. So I download CUDA tools, then I installed VS'19... so far so good. the tool that links VS with Cuda is a suite called Nsight. So I started to install that but it wanted to monkey with some files that were being used by Nvidia's game overlay which I can't turn off anyway. I filed a support request on that a few days ago. I don't understand the packages well enough to try to force it. There is nothing I can do with Geforce Experience to turn the crap off either. In the unlikely event I get through this bullshit and actually get basic code running on the card, the big problem is establishing a workflow for development. I have a vast amount of capacity on the card. A pretty decent game would only use a tiny fraction of it's capacity. But what I really need is a full simulated humanoid in as much resolution as can possibly be provided. =| People seem to be passively waiting for the game studios to provide it. Well that can only work to a limited extent. It'll only get you to the 20yd line and no further. It sems like something that should be a good business opportunity, high technical risk tho. =\ -<sigh>- -- Clowns feed off of funny money; Funny money comes from the FED so NO FED -> NO CLOWNS!!! Powers are not rights. ------------------------------------------ Artificial General Intelligence List: AGI Permalink: https://agi.topicbox.com/groups/agi/T995d7257a7babffd-M08aeabb6acd3b4ef274ebc1d Delivery options: https://agi.topicbox.com/groups/agi/subscription