Monthly Archives: November 2015

Setting up CUDA in Windows 10 (8, and 7 )

  This weekend I decided to set up my own desktop to run CUDA programs for my GPU programming class. It probably wasn’t the best idea, since I had to force reboot my computer a few times for crashing my GeForce device driver. Oh well. The approach I followed was from the Nvidia Getting Started Guide for Microsoft Windows. It’s pretty concise, so it’s definitely a good read if time allows. How to Setup CUDA in Windows 10: For this approach, you will need: A CUDA-enabled GPU Nvidia CUDA toolkit Visual Studio 2013 At the time of this writing (Nov 2015), Visual Studio 2014 and 2015 are not yet supported for CUDA programming. I believe …

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