OptiX 3.0.1 compatibility with Quadro K620M GPU

I am still waiting for a response to my registration application for OptiX 3.5 and above, so I am trying to run OptiX 3.0.1 with a Quadro K620M GPU on a Windows 7 64-bit machine. When I run the samples, I get the following error:

“No binary for GPU” and “PTX .version 3.1 does not support .target sm_50”.

Will this GPU work with a newer version of OptiX (3.5 or above)?

Also, will OptiX work with a Tesla K40c GPU on CentOS 6.6?

Have a look at this thread: https://devtalk.nvidia.com/default/topic/729765/crash-no-binary-for-gpu-gtx-750-ti/

OptiX 3.6 and up supports the Maxwell architecture (which the Quadro K620M GPU is built upon).

The Tesla K40c GPU (Kepler architecture) should also work with a recent OptiX version.

Thanks - I guess I’ll just have to wait until NVIDIA lets me download 3.6 or higher.

The registration process should have been automated compared to the manual process in the past.
AFAIK (never tried myself) credentials to access the OptiX 3.5 and newer versions should have been provided in the browser session after the registration process has been finished.

Maybe just register again and see if that gives you access straight away
https://developer.nvidia.com/optix
or send a mail to the OptiX-Help e-mail address you’ll find in the OptiX 3.0 release notes.

In either case, sorry for the inconvenience.

I thought that the login information was for a developer account, so I thought it hadn’t gone through when I tried to login to that. I now realize it was for the FTP site, so I was able to download it now. Thanks!