We recently bought a Tesla C2070 for CUDA development, and we have a hardware issue that we can’t solve. If anyone here is able to help, that would be very appreciated.
The new C2070, unlike the old Teslas, has a DVI port to connect to a monitor. As I understand it, this can be disadvantageous as it limits the time a kernel can run. In any event, we have a second graphics card in our computer which is specifically meant to be the display card, but our ASUS motherboard always selects the Tesla as the default graphics card at boot. There is no option in BIOS to change that.
If the Tesla is removed from the system, the other graphics card runs fine.
Does anyone have ideas on how this can be resolved? If it matters, it is a Ubuntu Linux machine.
Thanks a lot!