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NVIDIA CUDA 11.0 Released With Ampere Support, New Programming Features

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  • #11
    Originally posted by bridgman View Post
    Actually neither of those are correct.
    thank you for clarification. keep up the great work.
    Last edited by Pranos; 08 July 2020, 06:12 PM.


    • #12
      Dammit my GTX 680 4GB that I paid $600 in 2012 is paperweight now, CUDA 11.0 and included 450.51.05 driver do install fine but most of the samples won't run due to:
      Code: : getLastCudaError() CUDA error : Kernel execution failed : (209) no kernel image is available for execution on the device.
      during compilation nvcc says:
      nvcc warning : The 'compute_35', 'compute_37', 'compute_50', 'sm_35', 'sm_37' and 'sm_50' architectures are deprecated
      I tried to hack Makefile to include sm_30 arch but get:
      nvcc fatal   : Unsupported gpu architecture 'compute_30'
      thanks leather jacket man.


      • #13
        Yay, I can look forward to a raft of "I-updated-CUDA-and-now-my-GPGPU-programs-don't-work-but-they-used-to-work-why-don't-they-work-any-more" flooding my inbox...


        I had a FireGL 8800 back in the day. Loved that card. First ATi GPU (VPU) I had on a Linux box, and it just worked. For years I wondered why ATi had such a bad rep for Linux drivers. Then I had the pleasure of using an X1600M in Linux. Oh boy...


        • #14
          Originally posted by hax0r View Post
          Dammit my GTX 680 4GB that I paid $600 in 2012 is paperweight now.
          Well, you can continue to run CUDA 10.x for a while.
          Also, if you've gotten 8 good years out of a GPU, be grateful.