I have a laptop with quadro 2000m, but it’s still quite slow when running some cuda programs. Now I want to buy a desktop with 2 * GTX 780 , for the CPU part, I would like to choose between i3770 and e3 1230 v2（this cpu ships without integrated graphics card）, by the way, I have two Dell U2312HM. From the Parallel Nsight user manual, I know that it’s recommended to debug CUDA programs under headless configuration. So here is my question:
- Do I need an integrated graphics card to drive my monitors and let two GTX 780s run under headless configuration when debugging CUDA code?
- I will also write cuda programs together with opengl & GLSL, so if I want to debug in local setting, is it necessary to use the integrated graphics card for driving the monitor?
- which debugging model is better? local debugging or remote debugging ? if remote debugging is better and also convenient, I’d like to buy e3 1230 v2 which is cheaper and has nearly the same performance as the i3770 does.
Thank you in advance.