Hi. I’m not a programmer, just trying to run Adobe post-production software - notably After Effects CS6. Learning that this application is designed to make use of CUDA technologies, I bought an NVIDIA GeForce GTX660Ti graphics card which incorporates them. The PC itself uses an Intel i& CPU, 16GB of RAM, on a P8Z68-V/PRO/GEN3 MoBo, with Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit. I tried a couple of the CUDA samples to work in Command Line Mode, so I assume the CUDA Toolkit v.5.0 has installed itself properly; there no problem according to Device Manager, and although the Windows ‘Performance Index’ thing has been recalculated, it remains a before at 7.5 (graphics = 7.9 = maximum)
Yet AE reports “GPU not available - incompatible device or display driver.”
I realise that the problem may not lie with the CUDA Toolkit, nor even necessarily with the graphics card. I should, however, be very grateful if anyone here might have a clue where the fault lies and if possible, what I could do about it.