CUDA 7.5 Officially Released
Written by Michael Larabel in NVIDIA on 8 September 2015 at 11:00 AM EDT. Add A Comment
NVIDIA --
CUDA 7.5 is officially available this morning for NVIDIA customers wishing to use their proprietary compute API.

CUDA 7.5 had been out in development form most of the summer while now it's official. CUDA 7.5 brings a 16-bit floating point data format (FP16) for storing more data in GPU memory while reducing memory bandwidth requirements, new cuSPARSE GEMVI routines, and intruction-level profiling. The low-level profiling is for helping to find performance bottlenecks within the CUDA code.

Find out more details about the fresh CUDA 7.5 release via this NVIDIA developer blog post.
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