Is there any support or will there be support for Nvidia's Tesla cards?

It just doesn't make sense that UDK is rendering using only CPU power while Graphics Cards (especially Tesla's) provide MUCH more processing power.

Let me give you an example, I currently have a PC with an i7-920 (stock speeds) and 2 gtx285's in SLI.

The i7 has a processing power of around 65 gflops.

A gtx285 has a processing power of around 550 gflops.

Since I have 2 gtx285's, and comparing that power to the one of my i7, my rendering time could go around

Please note that the above calculations are

It just doesn't make sense that UDK is rendering using only CPU power while Graphics Cards (especially Tesla's) provide MUCH more processing power.

Let me give you an example, I currently have a PC with an i7-920 (stock speeds) and 2 gtx285's in SLI.

The i7 has a processing power of around 65 gflops.

A gtx285 has a processing power of around 550 gflops.

Since I have 2 gtx285's, and comparing that power to the one of my i7, my rendering time could go around

**20x faster**! That would be if the UDK supports CUDA, and using a Tesla card it would be even faster.Please note that the above calculations are

__very rough__estimates, but it does give you something to think about...
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