Question on installing CUDA in CentOS7

I installed CentOS 7 several days ago and planned to use GPU computation. After checking the website of CUDA, I found that there is no version of CUDA for CentOS 7. Is it possible to use the CUDA version, which supports CentOS 6.x, for this newest CentOS 7. Indeed, I have tried this way and there are several errors:

Error: Package: 1:akmod-nvidia-340.29-2.fc20.x86_64 (cuda)
Requires: kmodtool
Error: Package: 1:xorg-x11-drv-nvidia-libs-340.29-2.fc20.i686 (cuda)
Requires: libvdpau(x86-32) >= 0.5
Error: Package: 1:akmod-nvidia-340.29-2.fc20.x86_64 (cuda)
Requires: akmods

Is there anyone knowing how to fix the problem or should I wait for the newer CUDA that can support centOS 7? Thanks very much:)

You need to install the Nvidia drivers first, they include libvdpau.

The other packages are part of the CentOS repository.

And CUDA is there now for CentOS 7:

The CUDA installation Guide for Linux lists CentOS 7.x as a supported platform for CUDA 7.5:

http://docs.nvidia.com/cuda/cuda-installation-guide-linux/index.html