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On 6/28/2010 10:17 PM, waldo kitty wrote:
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<pre wrap="">On 6/28/2010 19:17, bert wrote:
<pre wrap="">You probably are not going to get any relief until they update the current cuda
dnetc client that's 2.2 to the latest one which I think the current cuda driver
is 3.1. I do not know if anyone is working on a updated version at all. I think
they are more concerned with the ATI stream stuff than they are with cuda. I
guess those that are still using NVIDIA cards are probably going to be left on
the wayside(like me).
i just got notice on the plans list that they have released a bunch of new
clients and i saw several CUDA ones in the list... dunno if they will help
mcclintock or not, though...
FWIW: i was fixing to write back to them and ask if that message was a resent
duplicate of his earlier stuff :? :(
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Those are just transfered from the pre-release list to official
client list,not updated(the 2.2 versions),so I don't think that's
going to matter to him.<br>