Most of the frameworks have been build with a specific CUDA version. SOL requires the CUDA 11.1 builds, as they are the only ones supporting the NVIDIA A100.
|SOL tells me that support for NVIDIA is not available?|
This is usually caused by a version of SOL without NVIDIA support. Please check if |
pip3 list installed | grep nec-sol-device-nvidia shows that it is installed, and has the same version as
pip3 list installed | grep nec-sol
|Which GPUs are supported?|
In general all CUDA capable GPU starting from the Kepler architecture (i.e. Tesla K40) are supported.
|SOL does not load CUDNN.|
We do not bundle CUDNN with SOL. Usually it is already installed within your system. Please manually download it from https://developer.nvidia.com/cudnn (requires a free CUDA developer account).