Since PyCUDA is just a wrapper to the CUDA C library (with >99.9%
coverage), anything CUDA supports, PyCUDA should support. More directly,
PyCUDA and K20 work fine for me.
On Thu, Aug 29, 2013 at 7:00 AM, Stanley Seibert <sseibert(a)hep.upenn.edu>wrote:
I do not have a K20, but I have successfully used PyCUDA with CUDA
a GT 640 (GK208) card, which is a compute capability 3.5 device.
On Aug 29, 2013, at 6:05 AM, Michael Owen <mowen.1024(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> We are looking at buying some Kepler K20 Tesla cards, and was wondering
what Compute Capability version PyCuda supports? I believe the K20 is at
3.5, is PyCuda there too?
> If not, and I see the changelogs suggest Cuda 4.1 is the latest, will
using Cuda 5.5 be a problem with the latest PyCuda? Will it just be a case
that certain bindings won't be present, e.g. for new features?
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