thank you for your reply :)
where did u find this?
"CUDA 8 is incompatible with NVS 310.
The last driver version that officially supported NVS 310 was an R343 driver. CUDA 8 GA2 requires a R375 (or newer) driver."
did some digging on nvidia drivers, compute capabilities and cuda versions and found this.
found here http://www.nvidia.com/download/driverResults.aspx/132530/en-us that:
- drivers 390.46, 384.125, 384.66 support P100 but none supports nvs 310
- driver 390.48 supports NVS 310 that also supports an “NVIDIA TITAN X (Pascal)” this board and P100 has the same architecture which is the one i’m using atm.
Now about compute capabilities:
- nvs 310 supports cc 2.1
- p100 supports cc 6.0
- cuda-8.0 supports ccs from 2.0 to 6.x
- cuda-9.0 and 9.1 support ccs from 3.0 to 6.x
question is: When one runs that oceanFFT binary opengl finds the first suitable gpu (with graphical output) and runs on it? so it would never run on teslas (with no video output)? this is what i’m confused about.
could you clarify this for me?