Obtaining CUDA fortran and associated Integrated environment (IDE)

I wish to run CUDA fortran on my Geforce1050ti gpu.How do I download CUDA fortran and how do obtain the associated IDE?

You can download nvfortran, which supports CUDA Fortran, by downloading the NVIDIS HPC SDK: https://developer.nvidia.com/hpc-sdk

However, we do not provide an IDE, though some users have had success with using it within Eclipse.

Thank you fro responding. Two questions:

  1. Is there documentation available for compiling, and linking NVFortran?
    I suppose this would be a command line application.
  2. Is there documentation available for incorporating Eclipse as a NVFortran IDE?
    Thank you for any help.
    Jim

Hi Jim,

Is there documentation available for compiling, and linking NVFortran?

The compiler documentation can be found at: https://docs.nvidia.com/hpc-sdk/compilers/index.html

The “getting started” chapter may be a good place to start: https://docs.nvidia.com/hpc-sdk/compilers/hpc-compilers-user-guide/index.html#gs-nv

Is there documentation available for incorporating Eclipse as a NVFortran IDE?

Not from us but the Eclipse Photran docs cover how to configure for which ever Fortran compiler you want: http://www.eclipse.org/photran/faq.php

Thank you Mat. I will check threre.
Jim

Mat:
I am having trouble installing Cuda_11.03_451.82_win10. Perhaps it is due to no Visual Studio installed. If this is true, what VS version do you recommend?
Thanks
Jim

Sorry, Jim. No idea. You may wan to ask this over on the CUDA forum: https://forums.developer.nvidia.com/c/accelerated-computing/cuda/206

I only support the HPC Compilers (nvc, nfortran, nvc++)

Mat:

I may have gotten a successful CUDA_11.03_451.82_win10 download. I asked to not have a Visual Studio integration.

I tried to compile by command prompt as stated in the compiler documentation you provided.
I did a cd command to the directory, in which I had a simple fortran program, test.f I typed:
nvfortran test.f

The computer responded:
nvforttran is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file.

Any thoughts? Is there a way to test if the CUDA_11.03_451.82_win10 install was successful?

I really appreciate your time and help.

Jim

Hi Jim,

Sorry for the confusion, but nvfortran is part of the NVIDIA HPC SDK, not the regular CUDA SDK, so isn’t part of that package. Also, the NV HPC SDK is currently only available for Linux. The Windows HPC SDK is still in development.

-Mat