gunnish at gmail.com
Sun Jul 25 21:54:24 UTC 2010
"CUDA works with all NVIDIA GPUs from the G8X series onwards, including
Tesla <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nvidia_Tesla> line. NVIDIA states that
programs developed for the GeForce 8 series will also work without
modification on all future NVIDIA video cards, due to binary compatibility."
No it does not work.
2010/7/25 drew einhorn <drew.einhorn at gmail.com>
> I have a fairly nice box built from recycled components.
> I would like to run some off the shelf gpu code: boinc and/or mythtv.
> I really don't want to spend any money, or a lot of time working on this
> At first glance it seems a GeForce 8 or better card is required, but the
> notes for the 256.35 nvidia driver (available as nvidia-current from the
> http://ppa.launchpad.net/ubuntu-x-swat/x-updates/ubuntu repo) seems to be
> saying that cuda is supported on the: G73 [GeForce 7600 GS]
> But I could be reading that all wrong.
> Anyway 256.35 is running on my stock 2.6.32-24-generic, but boinc does not
> recognize any "usable" gpus on my 7600 GS. I haven't tried myth yet.
> Somewhere I read something that implied a newer kernel might do the trick.
> But I can't find it righ now.
> If somebody tells me it will work, it might be worth the trouble to figure
> the required options, build a bleeding edge kernel, and all the necessary
> But maybe if I just wait a while maybe the necessary kernel versions will
> released for my lucid box and I won't have to do anything.
> Or maybe cuda will never work on the 7600G no matter how hard I work.
> Any suggestions?
> Drew Einhorn
> "You can see a lot by just looking."
> -- Yogi Berra
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