NVIDIA
CUDA/OpenCL support
Is there any updated information about CUDA/OpenCL support for GRID vGPU ?
Is there any updated information about CUDA/OpenCL support for GRID vGPU ?

#1
Posted 03/29/2016 12:42 AM   
GRID 1.0 (K1/K2) CUDA/OpenCL not supported on any profiles. GRID 2.0 (M60/M6) CUDA and OpenCL supported on vGPU profiles where a vGPU represents a whole GPU i.e. an alternative to pass-through e.g. M8-xQ profiles. This is because when shared CUDA could still theoretically affect other users. The advantage of GRID 2.0 managing a vGPU with a whole pGPU over passthrough is that can monitor and manage pass-through like VMs from hypervisor. Best wishes, Rachel
GRID 1.0 (K1/K2) CUDA/OpenCL not supported on any profiles.

GRID 2.0 (M60/M6) CUDA and OpenCL supported on vGPU profiles where a vGPU represents a whole GPU i.e. an alternative to pass-through e.g. M8-xQ profiles. This is because when shared CUDA could still theoretically affect other users.

The advantage of GRID 2.0 managing a vGPU with a whole pGPU over passthrough is that can monitor and manage pass-through like VMs from hypervisor.

Best wishes,
Rachel

#2
Posted 04/03/2016 08:14 PM   
Grid 5.0 - CUDA/OpenCL is enabled in all "GRID P*-*Q" (Pascal) profiles (in configuration "<cudaEnabled>0x1</cudaEnabled>" and documented [url]https://docs.nvidia.com/grid/latest/grid-vgpu-user-guide/index.html#features-grid-vgpu[/url]).
Grid 5.0 - CUDA/OpenCL is enabled in all "GRID P*-*Q" (Pascal) profiles (in configuration "<cudaEnabled>0x1</cudaEnabled>" and documented https://docs.nvidia.com/grid/latest/grid-vgpu-user-guide/index.html#features-grid-vgpu).

#3
Posted 09/02/2017 12:25 PM   
Scroll To Top

Add Reply