I have a Supermicro X8DTG-QF system with AMI Bios Ver.2.0a. The following are some of its specs:
- 2 Intel Xeon X5650 Processors
- 12GB of RAM @ 1333MHZ
- 4 HDD of 500GB each configured as RAID 0
I am using the on board VGA of the Supermicro motherboard (Matrox G200eW Graphics), as in pretty soon will be adding 3 more C2050 cards to the machine, thus a total of 4 C2050 cards.
I have installed the latest drivers from NVIDIA (263.06) and also SDK 3.2. I presently have a single Tesla C2050 installed.
Whenever I run the bandwidthTest or deviceQuery programs, I get an error message saying that no CUDA capable devices have been detected.
Am not sure why this happens, because I thought that TCC mode was default on the new NVIDIA drivers (V. 236.06).
In case this problem is due to the on board VGA, are there ways around the same? Will moving to Windows 64-bit Professional help?