Not a question, but elation

I just want to say that CUDA is awesome.
Earlier this year we had an applied maths project where we had to analyze soliton collisions using numerical methods. It took ages to get the results and plots, especially for the finite difference method. For instance, in one test I’d get a soliton collision every ~3 minutes.
After implementing it in CUDA, with 3 times the number of meshpoints and with a fifth of the time-delta…
… I see a soliton collision every ~1 second!!! hahaha

Thank you CUDA

and thanks to this awesome forum!