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Adobe CS6: Using Cuda Core Help

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February 12, 2014 9:13:00 PM

So I'm having a problem where Adobe CS6 programs like After Effects and Premiere are not recognizing my graphics card to use for graphic acceleration. My rig is fairly new and pretty much run of the mill mid range components. I built it at some point in 2013. GPU-z recognizes that my card has CUDA, PhysX, OpenCL and DirectCompute 5.0. I checked the txt file that lists compatible graphics cards in the installation folders for these programs and my card is listed but nothing I've tried seems to get it to work. Am i missing something? Can i test another way besides GPU-Z? I have the latest graphics driver. Any thoughts would be appreciated.

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2gb 660ti
i7 3770k
GIGABYTE GA-Z77X-UD3H LGA 1155 Intel Z77
16 gb ram
1 ssd for os and programs
2 hdd for storage and games

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a c 204 U Graphics card
February 12, 2014 10:28:17 PM

So what does it say in gpu details in ae/premiere? The txt file is very specific on what has to be typed in there so are you sure this is correct?
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February 12, 2014 10:57:08 PM

k1114 said:
So what does it say in gpu details in ae/premiere? The txt file is very specific on what has to be typed in there so are you sure this is correct?


It just has the gpu option grayed out in both After Effects and Premiere CS6. And heres the weird thing. I downloaded CC and it gave me the option to use it in After Effects to use my 660ti even though it says its untested/unsupported. Premiere CC doesn't have any options. apparently they are automatic unless im mistaken.

Also, the txt file says GeForce GTX 660Ti, which is what i have.

Edit 1 - Premiere CC is also showing support for my card but gives me a warning about untested/unsupported as well.
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a c 204 U Graphics card
February 13, 2014 9:27:23 AM

There needs to be a space after 660. It should be "GeForce GTX 660 Ti". Cc is working fine though since they added the option for gpus to still work without it being on the list.
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February 13, 2014 9:37:10 AM

k1114 said:
There needs to be a space after 660. It should be "GeForce GTX 660 Ti". Cc is working fine though since they added the option for gpus to still work without it being on the list.


Thanks, I will def try changing it in the text file when i get home after class
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February 13, 2014 12:56:37 PM

k1114 said:
There needs to be a space after 660. It should be "GeForce GTX 660 Ti". Cc is working fine though since they added the option for gpus to still work without it being on the list.


Thanks a lot! That did the trick. I failed to notice that the other cards with "Ti" on them had spaces while the 660 Ti did not. Now i can go back to using CS6 until Adobe gets their code in order some more for faster render/export times.
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