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CO332 – Heterogeneous Parallel Computing A1 – CUDA Introduction Reference: Hwu, Programming Massively Parallel Processors, 2e. Module 2. Deadline: 9AM, August 04, 2017. Send your assignment report to [email protected] Q1. Write the device query code, compile and run it on your system. Query enough information to know all the details of your device. Example queries: GPU card's name, GPU computation capabilities, Maximum number of block dimensions, Maximum number of grid dimensions, Maximum size of GPU memory, Amount of constant and share memory, Warp size, etc. Answer the following questions in your report. 1. What is the architecture and compute capability of your GPU? 2. What are the maximum block dimensions for your GPU? 3. Suppose you are launching a one dimensional grid and block. If the hardware's maximum grid dimension is 65535 and the maximum block dimension is 512, what is the maximum number threads can be launched on the GPU?
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