From: Ross Walker <>
Date: Mon, 7 Mar 2011 20:53:14 -0800

Hi Filip,

> I tried to compile the serial Cuda version of Amber11 by the new CUDA
> but obtained a lot of errors (see below). I started from clear copy. Any
> Does someone tried this Cuda version and actually what we can expect in
> reality? Ok, it is supposed to increase the speed of parallel GPUs
> (virtual memory address space, avoiding system RAM, modified MPI
> implementations and so on) thus it will be helpful to have some ideas
> Cuda 4.0 and Amber.
> Regards,
> Filip
> P.S. Probably I have to address this to NVidia forum too?

Please wait for an update to the AMBER CUDA code before using CUDA 4.0. We
have an internal version we are testing right now that is designed to use
the new features of 4.0. I would also STRONGLY recommend waiting for the
final release of 4.0.

All the best

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