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CUDA Take Off Instructions 1) For the time being (August 2011) CUDA works on Microsoft Visual Studio versions up to 9 (2008). Download and install the following 3 sets of files from : a) Developer Drivers Nvidia graphics card driver with CUDA support. b) CUDA Toolkit includes the compiler (nvcc) and the libraries necessary to compile and run CUDA applications. c) GPU Computing SDK includes a number of examples of how to code CUDA routines and a number of testing routines. 2) You can find a very good tutorial on CUDA at
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Unformatted text preview:;jsessionid=0RHAI4KLXBEQVQE1GHRSKHWATMY 32JVN 3) The template project sets the Visual Studio environment for programming with CUDA. The 3 sets of files from point 1 have to be installed in their default locations. Additionally you may need to add the path of the source, include and library folders of CUDA SDK (under /C/common/ folder) to your Visual Studio paths.(Tools >Options >Projects and Solutions >VC++ Directories)....
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