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this is a very difficult question that cannot be answered because it strongly depends on your application.
However it is important to consider: - We do not have plans to provide CUDA version of our code. - We have shown that G4 Ver 10 works on Intel Xeon Phi. It is very important to note that performances strongly depend on the application and on user code.
A good point on Phi cards is that code written for traditional Xeon architectures will run also on Phi (how to obtain very high performances is another story though).
From your message I understand you are still in a preliminary investigation phase. I suggest you to first familiarize with MT and try out your particular application to better take an informed decision.
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