Davinci Resolve gives CUDA Error

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Davinci Resolve gives CUDA Error

PostFri Mar 02, 2018 9:21 pm

Is there a way to get a nVidia Quadro FX5800 with Tesla m2075 to work with Resolve? It tells me the CUDA hardware isn't installed or drivers aren't up to date. I just installed the cards a few days ago and downloaded the drivers, so I think I have the most updated version. I know these are the older versions of the most expensive set of supercomputer GPU processing cards. So when I got them, I thought I'd be great with the new install. But I keep beating my head against the wall in trying to figure out how to get the two to work. I know there is a way, but I cannot figure out how. I've been trying to get them to "bend to my will" but this approach might me a little aggressive. I'd really like to get them to work since I paid quite a pretty penny for the GPU duo.

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nVidia Quadro FX5800
nVidia Tesla m2075
Davinci Resolve 14.3
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Re: Davinci Resolve gives CUDA Error

PostFri Mar 02, 2018 10:34 pm

Both of those GPUs are too old for Resolve 14. You need CUDA 3.0 or better, which is Kepler architecture or newer. The FX5800 supports CUDA 1.3, the M2075 supports CUDA 2.0. If you remove the Quadro, you should be able to use the M2075 with Resolve 12.5, which required only CUDA 2.0.

If you bought these recently you were ripped off terribly, as they're both ancient.
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