I have started this topic in this forum as a place to document x1 PCIe and PCI video cards that can be used along with 8-series, C870, D870, future 9-series cards, and others that are compatible with CUDA, in XP and future VISTA support.
The idea here is to be able to build a PC with multiple x16 or x1 video cards for the exclusive use of CUDA kernels. That is, in order to maximize the number of CUDA cards in the system, it may make sense to use a “cheaper” x1 PCIe or PCI video card for the needs of the desktop. This way, you reserve as many x16 and other PCIe slots as possible for use by CUDA.
So, if anyone has had experience with the compatibility of x1 PCIe and/or PCI video cards used for the desktop video, in a PC that has additional CUDA compatible cards running, please list them here for reference.
The first one that I’m aware of is the NVS285x1 that forum member Seb mentioned in a previous forum entry.
NVS285x1, PCIe x1, supposedly compatible with 8-series, C870, D870 under XP
If anyone has knowledge of other cards, please list them here.
OSes: XP and VISTA (future support)
CUDA video cards: 8-series, TESLA, Quadro, 9-series(future), other??