NVIDIA® Tesla drivers were recently updated to fix an important bug that was discovered in the previous 352 versions of the driver, including those in the original CUDA 7.5 release. The bug can result in a silent data corruption when allocating more than 4GB in a single allocation.
We recommend all Tesla users who are currently using version 352 drivers to upgrade to this latest version (352.68 on Linux and 354.56 on Windows) here.
Please note that older drivers (346 and 340) do not have this bug and remain unaffected.
The NVIDIA® SMI tool can be used to determine the current driver version:
The official NVIDIA® announcement can be found here:
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Thursday, 24th December 2015 until Monday, 11th January 2016.