Depends on if you actually have a need to speed up the attack on a capture.Would it be worth it for me to buy a nvidia 260 CUDA card and keep that in my powerful desktop and just do captures with the laptop and use the desktop to do the cracking?
This is pretty infective but YMMVOr should I just forget about it and let the laptop do it with just the processor power?
Once again it depends on the need. I have thousands of dollars invested in a cuda box but that's because I have a need for it and it greatly improves my ability to meet those needs. The other problem with this statement is that 160 dollars is a lot of money to some people and hardly any to others.What makes sense to you guys is it worth the extra $160 in this scenario?
I always say that working with substandard hardware will normally get you substandard results but like I said that's coming from a guy with a job who doent mind spending money on good hardware. Most wanna be hax0r kids these days would rather spend their mommy and daddies cash on meth or 200 dollar shoes.
The short answer is NOIf I ran backtrack on vmware on desktop would it be able to see the 260 CUDA card?