OK - so we know that the other user's current set up will be problematic. However, I would still really appreciate a "Dummies Guide" for setting up Cuda. I'm running XP on an ASUS P6T SE i7, and an MSI N220GT 1 GB graphics card.
I am having difficulty with many of the Nebula Libraries aligning to 48 KHz SR (I have adjusted the Rate Conv value in .MAST, which solves the problem for some of them, but not others). Would CUDA help with this?
Well I loaded up 40 x Nebula 3 pro reverbs with the Tape booster +2db preset and had my i7 running Cubase at 90%
I did the same with a copy of the normal .dll which I named Nebula 3 Cuda.dll (with the '15 cuda' setting in master page with ghost on).
It to gave 90% on my cpu, so clearly it is not running off of my GTX260 graphics card. The funny thing was though that my ASIO meter hardly moved past 5 percent even with my sound card latency at 3.5ms at 44khz which is amazing really.
How do you know that Cuda is actually powering the pluging, is it when the flashing exclamation mar next to the '15 Cuda Ch' setting in master stops flashing lol?
This is with my i7 setup running at 2.6ghz, overclocking to my normal 4ghz should give a huge improvement. I think it's time to lower the latency of the reverb plugin by half again