CUDA problem

Hello,

I'm trying to enable CUDA on my GeForce GTX 650. Having followed the guide to the letter, and having eventually run deviceQuery and bandwidthtest in cmd I noticed that the final line, the one which is supposed to say whether the card passed or failed the test, is missing.

Is this normal? Is there perhaps another way to test it without resorting to monitoring performance with it (allegedly) enabled or disabled?

Thanks,
nvh
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  1. Have you tried running GPUz?
  2. can you be more specific, what do you mean by that

    I ran the "devicequery" in cmd prompt, and it reckognized the card
  3. I downloaded and ran it, and it shows CUDA as being available, but it doesn't exactly say whether it's actually enabled? If that's even different in the given context.
  4. Is the CUDA box checked?
  5. As long as you installed the drivers, CUDA will be ready to rock.
  6. Dont worry about it, if you have any problem like slow gaming performance compared to benchmark then call the card's manufacturer...
  7. @mousemonkey: yes, the cuda box is checked.
    the drivers were installed
    i guess that should be it. thank you

    im not using my pc for gaming, mostly for video editing (premiere, after effects)
  8. nvh said:
    @mousemonkey: yes, the cuda box is checked.
    the drivers were installed
    i guess that should be it. thank you

    im not using my pc for gaming, mostly for video editing (premiere, after effects)

    I'd recommend you get Tesla, it helps you a lot more than with CUDA/gaming video cards...
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