Suppose I got a specific GPU memory address number like 140681920118784, how can i initialize data according to this address?
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I am curious what the purpose for this would be?
There are different APIs (OpenGL, CUDA, DirectX) that let you access VRAM in a controlled fashion and depending on purpose. But due to the complexity of how the CPU/GPU/VRAM interaction and communication works, there is now way to directly access a specific memory address with a direct command. It always has to go through some form of memory handler.