implications of using Tesla C2050's DVI output for display?

Tesla C2050’s DVI output can be used to run the display monitor.
Is there any assessment to quantify the implications of this on the CUDA-based processing on the Tesla card?


There’s no real performance impact from using the display output, if that’s what you mean.

Under Windows, it does mean your kernels will be subject to the 5-second TDR time limit, and you can’t use the TCC driver:

Thanks, Simon.

This system will run RHEL-6. Please comment about the impacts on Linux systems as well.