Windows 10 VDI with NVIDIA GRID vPC – Healthcare



in their search for improved quality of care and lower costs health care organizations are embracing graphics-intensive applications powered by Nvidia virtual GPU solutions see the difference for yourself in this comparison between a CPU only virtual desktop and a GPU accelerated virtual desktop powered by Nvidia grid a dual HD monitor setup was configured on a loaded environment with 64 virtual machines running hospital workloads let's look at a user streaming a YouTube video in HD on the left side monitor while multitasking and working on Microsoft Excel on the right side monitor notice the smooth video playback with fewer dropped frames on the GPU accelerated virtual desktop as well as fast loading times and better responsiveness on Excel here is another productivity example where the user is streaming HD video while multitasking and using the radiant daikon viewer notice the speed and fluidity of the GPU accelerated virtual desktop measured by the image counter using the mouse wheel to scroll through the scans the user working on the GPU accelerated virtual desktop is able to view every image slice quickly in succession even in situations where only one HD monitor is used the impact of GPUs are noticeable WebGL for example supports 2d and 3d graphics and is used by over half of the top 100 websites but WebGL can cause the CPU to hit 100% utilization when just animating a simple scene in the pair of you glance application notice how quickly you can rotate and manipulate the tooth structure on the GPU accelerated virtual desktop while the CPU only virtual desktop struggles notice how much higher CPU utilization is on the CPU only desktop that can't offload workload to the GPU the CPU utilization on the CPU only desktop goes over 90 percent while the GPU accelerated virtual desktop is consistently under 20 percent freeing up CPU cycles for other users let's look at another example BioDigital human is a virtual body platform that shows 3d Anatomy and 3d heart condition models the model of the gpu-accelerated virtual desktop has fully loaded with a beating heart and is already being manipulated while the CPU only virtual desktop does not even have a heartbeat yet notice the high CPU utilization on the CPU only desktop as it struggles GPU accelerated virtual desktops powered by Nvidia grid and sure health care professionals get the best user experience on today's graphically intensive websites and medical applications doctors nurses and clinical staff can be more productive working from anywhere while the IT department can cost-effectively scale virtualization to all

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  1. now show us the same tests on intel 9980xe and 2080ti and use gpu rendering/cuda cores and rt cores πŸ˜€ and show us the comparison then πŸ˜€

  2. AMD have left the chat

  3. πŸ‘

  4. Nice info. My Desktop pc parts are: Operating System:Windows 10 Pro 64-bit,CPU:Intel Xeon E3 1220 v3 @ 3.10GHz Haswell-WS 22nm Technology,RAM :16.0GB Dual-Channel DDR3 @ 799MHz (10-11-10-30), Motherboard:ASRock H87 Pro4 (CPUSocket) Graphics, 3072MB ATI AMD Radeon R9 200 Series (MSI) Storage: 223GB KINGSTON SHSS37A240G (SATA-3 (SSD)),1tb external game drive, Power supply corsair 500w,case:Cooler Master trooper case, Montor:40 inches toshiba tv at 1080p.

    I could not afford any NVidia GPU so I have to buy an AMD instead. Now its just gaming pc for my 1 niece and 2 nephews.

  5. Nice going Nvidia

  6. RT… thank you Jensen for all you do

  7. Result: GPU>No GPU

  8. More productivity always good. I don't get some parts of the comparison. Specially why would you watch a YouTube video while working in A hospital.

  9. Use it for protein folding!!

  10. True there are benefits for GPU. But please explain why diskusage is lower on the Grid version. like disk IO is done by GPU ? Sorry thers is something wrong or faked in this comparision.

  11. Quake 2 RTX PLS!!!!

  12. Amazing

  13. First

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