I have some Fermi-based GPUs sitting in a compute cluster that I would like to keep using for educational purposes as long as I can. As far as I can see, they are no longer supported from CUDA 9.0 (https://docs.nvidia.com/cuda/cuda-c-programming-guide/index.html#compute-capability). I can still easily install the CUDA toolkit ver. 8 from the Anaconda distribution, but I cannot seem to find the CUDA Programming Guide for CUDA 8 anywhere. Is it possible to find it somewhere?
If you install CUDA toolkit from here:
you will get a full install which will include the docs.
Thanks, but no way to just read the documentation anywhere without installing the whole toolkit?
Not that I know of, in the general case. You can google around if you wish. NVIDIA doesn’t maintain a HTML or PDF archive that is online for older toolkits.