Re: CUDA support in 7.0?
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- Subject: [mg93851] Re: CUDA support in 7.0?
- From: Amir <amirnntp at gmail.com>
- Date: Thu, 27 Nov 2008 05:29:45 -0500 (EST)
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Our sales rep indicated that Mathematica would have support for CUDA. I think I misunderstood her in what form the support would appear. I assumed it meant integrated into new parallel commands. Thanks for posting your CUDA template mathlink scripts. I have used them. On Nov 26, 4:22 am, Jens-Peer Kuska <ku... at informatik.uni-leipzig.de> wrote: > Hi, > > a) Mathemnatica run on Solaris and system with ATI/AMD cards > so there can no general support fo CUDA > b) it is simple to make a MathLink program that use CUDA and > *this* is the support that exist since version 2.0 > > Regards > Jens > > Amir wrote: > > We are thinking of making some equipment purchases for CUDA use. Can > > someone detail what the CUDA support is in this release of Mathematica > > if any? We haven't received a copy of 7.0 yet and the new > > documentation doesn't mention CUDA or how it's integrated, but it has > > appeared in Nvidia marketing blurbs. For example, will it be use-able > > with a only newer Nvidia cards? How does it get around the use of > > single precision in current cards? > > > Thanks, > > Amir.