Questions about using CUDALink, Mathematica's method to accelerate programs using NVidia graphics cards.

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CUDALink is not initialized

I've upgraded to Mathematica 9.0 on Ubuntu 12.04 with the latest Nvidia driver (304.64). I load CUDA by using, as usual, Needs["CUDALink`"]. ...
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CUDAFunctionload error

I am trying to get CUDAFunctionLoad to work with Mathematica 9.0. I installed the latest clang and the Nvidia Tools 6.0. but I keep getting the error message: ...
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Poor CUDALink performance, when calling a kernel multiple times

When working on a project of mine I noticed that CUDALink shows very poor performance when calling CUDA kernels multiple times in a loop-construct. To demonstrate this I put together this little ...
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Does OpenCL/Cuda memory leak if not Unloaded? Problem with allocating/loading GPU memory in Module

The GPU memory manager documentation is not too clear, does GPU memory leak if not explicitly unloaded or if the symbol that holds the reference to the GPU memory gets collected, the GPU memory gets ...
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calling CUDA library functions

Mathematica has some predefined CUDA functions, like CUDAMap, CUDAFourier, etc. My question is how can one call functions which are part of CUDA library but not part of predefined Mathematica ...
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Can Mathematica automatically take advantage of the GPU on the new Mac Pro?

I'm upgrading my Mac to one of the new Mac Pro R2D2 Darth Vader models that have just been released. They come standard with twin AMD FirePro D300 cards, or twin D500 cards. I don't need that much ...
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CUDALink ran out of available memory

I have a problem with automatic GPU memory management when using CUDA. The situation is the following: I create a simple CUDA function that operates on a 2D array (image), which does not take much ...
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CUDA* commands are very slow on OS X and Mac

I have Mathematica 8.0.4.0 installed on my new MacBook Pro running OS X 10.8. I also have the latest CUDA drivers (and even the CUDA SDK) from nVIDIA. I've noticed that commands like CUDAQ[] take a ...
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NVCC running CUDA in Mathematica 9.01 CudaCCompiler[] fails

This is an old thread that received no responce but like to post again. Anyone here using Mathematica and CUDA? I have not been able to have Mathemartica detect teh CUDA able C compiler. ...
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Mathematica 9.01 and CUDA under VB 2013 and modified CCompilerDriver

I tried to force CUDA using Visual Studio 2013 C compiler by manipulating the VisualStudioCOmpiler file found at C:\Program Files\Wolfram Research\Mathematica\9.0\AddOns\Applications\CCompilerDriver ...
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Error in CUDALink installation? SystemInformation[] does not report version number

I am using Mathematica 9.0.1.0 for linux, on Crunchbang "Waldorf" (Debian 7). Video card is nVidia NVS 3100m. CUDA version is 5.5, and video drivers are 331.49 as installed by smxi. My issue is ...
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CUDA 5.5 and Mathematica 9 code problem

In Mathematica 9, I entered the following sample code, but it returns an error. I can not figure what is not right. Any help? ...