GPU Rendering Technology Brings the Fastest Results Over CPU
Texas, USA – Monday, September 4th, 2017 - Everyone has heard about the GPU rendering technology. Graphic processing unit rendering technology is a modern-day technology for extremely fast results. BluEnt3D, a division of BluEnt, has been using the GPU processors from past couple of years to cater their various customers looking for 3D or 2D rendering services. The company announces to convert all its processing systems into GPU.
Let’s discuss the advantages of GPU over CPU (the Central Processing Unit). A CPU is a commonly used processor which runs all the programs and controls the functionality of the entire set up.
A typical workstation with CPU works on few cores and usually runs twice the instruction threads per core. While a GPU has an organized parallel architecture with multiple efficient cores designed for faster and smoother work. Check this interesting video published by NVIDIA to understand the difference between GPU and CPU: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-P28LKWTzrI
The primary job for the GPU is to process inputs into graphics on the screen of the computer. All this works in a form of graphic card. Earlier, the data has been sent from the computer to the graphic card in one direction as the CPU and computer were interlinked via AGP (Accelerated Graphics Port). It had its limitation to process the data from the graphic card to store it back in the computer. Know more about us or request a callback from our executive: email@example.com +1 (832) 476 8459 Contact Us
This challenge was resolved a decade ago, when the graphic card was connected via PCIe ((Peripheral Component Interconnect Express) to the computer. This enables data to be saved to and fro in the system. Data processing is quite similar in both GPU and CPU, the difference lies only in the parallel processing cores which enable to process data instructions simultaneously.
In 3D rendering, a normal workstation with GPU technology process data across hundreds of parallel cores that can manage thousands of threads simultaneously. Whereas, the CPU can process instructions through few cores which can manage a few software threads at one point of time.
GPU does not only achieve more productivity and quality but also more cost - effective in comparison to CPU.
About BluEnt3D: BluEnt3D, a division of BluEnt, is a leading architectural 3D rendering company in North America with the team of 50+ architects, designers and 3D renderers across the globe. If you have already invested in CPU rendering technology, you don’t have to worry. Contact for the best results in the industry.