I’m new to CUDA computing and learning it for realtime video processing.
I’m working with Windows7 64bit.
I learned about the WDDM problem in this forum and wanted to use my Quadro 2000M/4000M in TCC mode.
(My PCs are DELL Mobile Precision M4600 and M6600. Each of them has a built-in Intel Grahics chip.
I want to use Quadro only for computing in TCC mode, while using Intel chip for GUI.)
I tried to set TCC mode with:
.\nvidia-smi.exe -i 0 -dm 1 (at C:\Program Files\NVIDIA Corporation\NVSMI with administrator privilege)
It didn’t work with an error message “Unable to determine display mode for GPU 0:1:0: N/A”.
With the following command:
.\nvidia-smi.exe -i 0 -fdm 1
It failed with a different error message “Unable to set driver model for GPU 0:1:0: N/A”.
Is it because Quadro 2000M/4000M can’t be used in TCC mode?
“.\nvidia-smi.exe -h” tells me that the tool can be used only for Tesla and Quadro 4000/5000/6000/7000.
I expected that TCC mode can be enabled with Quadro 4000M at least because it was a mobile version of Quadro 4000.
Was it a wrong assumption?
I understand that GeForce can’t be used in TCC mode from the following topic in this forum.
“Cannot set up CUDA toolkit for Quadro FX 3800 under win7”
The driver versions are:
Quadro 2000M : 275.33
Quadro 4000M : 276.05
Unfortunately, I don’t have any Quadro4000/5000/6000 for comparison.
Your help will be greatly appreciated.