zero-copy eats up device addres space, right?

An application using 100 MB of zero-copy page-locked memory is actually eating up of 100MB of device memory as well, right?

Meaning – it eats up into that address space, right?

Yes, it does eat address space. But it shouldn’t eat memory. So this will matter to you on a Tesla C1060 which has 4GB of RAM, but shouldn’t affect any card with less RAM.

Aaaahhhhhhh Right. Pretty Goooooood point SPWorley! THANKS!

And, I hope NVIDIA driver does a good job at that…

But, I do have a TESLA C1060 ;)