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Does Schrödinger support computation on the GPU via GPGPU technology such as CUDA (NVidia), Stream (ATI), FireStream (AMD) or OpenCL?

Schrödinger supports GPU computation for Desmond MD simulations using Nvidia Tesla K20, K40, and K80 graphics cards and CUDA on Linux platforms.

See the Platform Support page for details of supported platforms.

See the MD Compatible Systems page for information about purchasing preconfigured and preinstalled computers for Desmond GPGPU computing.

Keywords: GPGPU

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