Nvidia's CUDA has been updated to version 2.2 and now delivers several improvements.
Only recently Nvidia has released the latest version of the CUDA (Compute Unified Device Architecture) programming interface. Geforce and Quadro graphics cards can now be used under Windows 7 as GPGPU accelerator (General Purpose Computation on Graphics Processing Unit). In earlier versions this was only possible on Windows XP, Windows Vista, Linux and Mac OS X.
The new version of the SDK is now working closer together with OpenGL applications and includes graphics profiler that make it easier to find bottlenecks of the memory access operations. The appropriate drivers (Geforce 185.85) have already been released and are available for download. You can download CUDA 2.2 from Nvidia's CUDA Zone.