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Cuda 5.0

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September 6, 2012 4:27:21 PM

I am experienced in CUDA on Fermi - c2050 and have very good benchmarks on actuarial/financial problems. I want to be early in line to up by cuda in particular regarding dynamic parallelism in cuda-5 I will buy when I can but what is the best earliest solution as a cuda-5 learning experience machine (not necessairly the best performer but that would be nice too.) ASUS? linux or windows? What hardware would be appropriate for this use.

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September 6, 2012 5:41:34 PM

If you don't really need performance for calculations (and you don't if you're learning and not making software), anything low end will do. That supports the CUDA version will do.

Also, what ASUS has to do with anything? I know their cards have nice cooling, is it what you're talking about?

However, CUDA 5.0 doesn't exist. The latest is 3.5. Check this compatibility list: