CUDA Resources

CUDALink automatically downloads and installs some of its functionality when you first use a CUDALink function, such as CUDAQ. Under certain circumstances—for example, if you are not connected to the internet or have disabled Mathematica's internet access—the download will not work. Users can download the following paclet files and install them offline using CUDAResourcesInstall.

Users can use CUDADriverVersion to get the NVIDIA driver version.

Needs["CUDALink`"]
CUDADriverVersion[]
257.21

An alternative way is detailed in the CUDALink reference guide.

Based on the driver version and system ID, download one of the following paclets:

NVIDIA Driver CUDA Toolkit Mathematica 8.0.0 Files Mathematica 8.0.1 Files Mathematica 8.0.2 Files Mathematica 8.0.4 Files
NVIDIA Driver 257.xx - 260.xx 3.1 Windows
Windows-x86-64
Linux
Linux-x86-64
MacOSX
Windows
Windows-x86-64
Linux
Linux-x86-64
MacOSX
   
NVIDIA Driver 270.xx 4.0 Windows
Windows-x86-64
Linux
Linux-x86-64
MacOSX
Windows
Windows-x86-64
Linux
Linux-x86-64
MacOSX
Windows
Windows-x86-64
Linux
Linux-x86-64
MacOSX
Windows
Windows-x86-64
Linux
Linux-x86-64
MacOSX


NVIDIA Driver CUDA Toolkit Mathematica 9.0.0 Files Mathematica 9.0.2 Files Mathematica 9.0.6 Files Mathematica 10.0.0 Files
NVIDIA Driver 301.32 (Windows)
NVIDIA Driver 295.41 (Linux)
NVIDIA Driver 4.2.10 (MacOSX)
4.2
5.0
Windows
Windows-x86-64
Linux
Linux-x86-64
MacOSX
Windows-x86-64
Windows-x86-64
Linux-x86-64
MacOSX
Windows-x86-64
Linux-x86-64
MacOSX

To install the paclet, do:

Needs["CUDALink`"]
CUDAResourcesInstall["<path_to_paclet>", Update->True]