Putting a GPU in a server can significantly increase its computing power, making it capable of handling more complex and demanding tasks. GPUs, or graphics processing units, are highly specialized processors that are designed to handle parallel computing tasks, such as those required for machine learning, scientific simulations, and gaming.
Compared to traditional central processing units (CPUs), GPUs are more efficient at handling compute-intensive workloads because they can perform multiple calculations simultaneously. This is due to the fact that GPUs have many more cores than CPUs, which allows them to process data much faster and in parallel.
By adding a GPU to a server, you can accelerate compute-intensive applications and reduce processing times, leading to improved performance, reduced latency, and increased efficiency. This is particularly important for applications that require real-time processing, such as video rendering, transcoding, and streaming, or for tasks that involve large datasets, such as machine learning and data analytics.