Could you please let me know whether “Geforce RTX 4070ti Super” support CUDA.
In below link https://developer.nvidia.com/cuda-gpus
it is specified that Geforce RTX 4070 ti is capable for CUDA Deep Learning. But it didn’t mentioned anything about “4070ti Super”. “RTX 4070 Ti” and “RTX 4070 Ti Super” have different numbers of CUDA cores and VRAM, so I’m concerned about potential issues when configuring environments for TensorFlow-GPU or PyTorch-GPU in the future. Please confirm whether Geforce RTX 4070ti Super support CUDA and Deep Learning processing such as tensorflow-gpu, pytorch-gpu.
Hi there @hoya9802 and welcome to the NVIDIA developer forums.
Every new GPU released by NVIDIA will support CUDA unless explicitly stated otherwise.
So yes, all of the new 40 series GPUs do support CUDA. You only need to make sure to install the latest drivers that support the GPU of your choice and you are good to go.
The sites stating compatibility are updated semi-automatically so it takes a while until new product names propagate to all places.
Thank you so much for letting me know =)
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