Is there any reliable way to setup a geforce card as “compute only” device, on Windows 7? All I’m trying to do is switch off the Kernel Execution Timeout property on my card. It is not being used for display, but is still producing timeouts once the kernel execution time reaches a certain limit. I am working on Windows7-64, and have tried to play with the registry TdrDelay to no avail. Is there no good way to switch off the timeout property on a geforce card? Is this feature only available on the tesla cards?
I also tried installing Tesla driver by tweaking the NVWD.info, but without success. It seems strange that the gtx480 comes with the claims of CUDA capability but in fact is quite restricted in its CUDA functinoality. Is this by NVidia’s design, or am I missing something simple? Please help.
Thanks in advance, Joe