Hope someone can help me.
I am currently unable to get PyTorch to recognise my card’s CUDA.
I have a laptop with a NVIDIA GeForce GTX1650. I’m running Driver Version: 528.49 CUDA Version: 12.0. I’ve got NVIDIA’s Cuda compilation tools, release 12.1, V12.1.66 installed
I’m running Python v3.10.6 and my system is Windows 10.
After installing PyTorch following the exact installation instructions on PyTorch’s site (selecting the settings PyTorch Build = Stable (2.0.0), Windows, pip, Python, Compute Platform = CUDA 11.8 … and then using the generated command line argument to install)
…then, when using the following code
It gives the output
So it looks like PyTorch isn’t seeing CUDA, and the version of PyTorch that’s installed is a CPU-only version…although the PyTorch version I installed should be CUDA enabled to CUDA 11.8, right (based on the PyTorch command line argument)??
I’m not sure what the cause of this is or how to begin troubleshooting it.
Do I need to install older versions of Nvidia’s drivers and Cuda Compilation Tools (I thought they were supposed to be backwards compatible)?
The only thing I can think of is to try and use the following argument to manually install the cuda-enabled PyTorch in the hopes that works (but that’s because I’m out of ideas)
“pip install https://download.pytorch.org/whl/torch/torch-2.0.0+cu118-cp310-cp310-win_amd64.whl”
Any help would be massively appreciated!