Hi, quick question. Is the QUADRO K1000M supported for CUDA capabilities? Please, let me know.

NVIDIA’s official list of GPUs supported by CUDA can be found here: https://developer.nvidia.com/cuda-gpus. In the Quadro section of that list I see a K1100M, but no mention of K1000M. CUDA 7.0 dropped support for devices with compute capability less than 2.0. Other than that, CUDA should run on all NVIDIA GPUs shipped in recent years. Since the CUDA software is free, why not just download it and give it a try? On second thought, a K1000M sounds like it would be a mobile GPU, and not all laptops will run with the generic drivers included in the CUDA packages.

Your best course of action may be to contact NVIDIA directly.

K1000M is a Kepler GPU. It supports CUDA.

For Ubuntu 18.04, the proprietary driver available is 340. Will that work?

get your drivers from


follow the wizard, select the latest driver for your GPU

Or instead, just install the latest CUDA version you wish to use, get your CUDA installers at http://www.nvidia.com/getcuda. The CUDA installer will install a proper driver.