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New CUDA application released

Tag: boinc:asteroids@home
Published 2022-11-20 21:03:31

We are happy to present you our latest CUDA application v102.16!

It was built on top of CUDA's v11.8 SDK and thus it will be able to utilize the vast majority of cards with Compute Capabilities (CC) between 5.0 till 8.9 adding support for the Ampere & Ada Lovelace micro architecture, and all the Tegra & Jetson modules.
Of course, it comes with its own requirements for the driver's versions, depending on your architecture, as those before it.
In order your client to be able to receive it your computer must have one of the following Nvidia driver versions installed:

For Linux x86_64 and Linux AArch64 >= 450.80.02
For Windows x86_64 >= 452.39


Here is the list of supported by the v102.16 application GPUs by their CC provided by Nvidia.

So happy crunching and thank you for your support!

Radim VanĨo (FoxKyong)

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