NVIDIA release CUDA 2.0

Monday 25th August 2008, 01:15:00 PM, written by Rys

After a relatively short public beta period, NVIDIA have gone gold with 2.0 of CUDA, their C-based programming environment for their recent graphics processors.

Not to be confused with the compute capability of the devices that support CUDA, 2.0 of the toolkit is an upgrade to the programming environment rather than hardware support (although the two intermix at times of course).

Want to know what's new in 2.0?  Read our analysis!

Want to get CUDA 2.0 and start tinkering? Grab the software from developer.nvidia.com and hit the CUDA forums.

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