Hi to you ALL!
It was just a matter of time that the PCI-e x4 slot would get used for extra CUDA power expansion. Yes, for the test the x4 PCI-e slot has been made into an open-ended version. Electrically and mechanically the GTX card operates well with TX1 Dev board and attached ATX power supply. The ‘lspci’ command shows the GTX card as PCI-e a1 connection. The catch is I lost the ability to use the SATA connector. On the driver side I’m unable to find a suitable Nvidia graphics driver for the Aarch64-Linux 32-bit environment. I tried several Nvidia drivers but they only replaced the driver settings for the integrated X1 graphics and made the system start up and halt at the Ubuntu login screen because X is not configured correctly. I can go into console mode from the Ubuntu login screen and back. It is a driver and setting problem!
Two reasons why I wish to get this setup to work: (1) For the ability to process some tasks on the CUDA cores of this GTX card or (2) to use the card for video wall setup.
Any suggestions would be appreciated.