Cuda not Supported

Frustrated with slow renders (or leaving the PC on for days, during the night while sleeping, computer reboots due to updates). So, I ran out and purchased a Nvidia EVGA Geforce 750 Graphics cards. Was using a Ati Sapphire 6870 http://www.sapphiretech.com/presentation/product/?cid=1&gid=3&sgid=1037&pid=1846&psn=&lid=1&leg=0#

Before on my Asus AMD. Now replacing the card with Nvidia, hoping to see speed or something in my renders. I get error.



Suppose to have about 512 Cuda Cores. Why not doing its job in Blender 2.71?

As far as I know there is no official support yet for Cuda 5.0

Try cubins from here:-
http://www.blenderartists.org/forum/showthread.php?327909-Cycles-NVidia-MAXWELL-Benchmarks&p=2602924&viewfull=1#post2602924

Ok, I am totally new to Cuda, myself all AMD/ATI. So, Cuda 5 is new (Updated)? Thought Cuda was built in.

AAhhh… the frustration of the render engines. Poser, Carrara, now Blender. If only had to money to afford 3DSmax. Like holding hands to my forehead to sooth the headache.

System:
CPU: Intel x86_64 (2 processors) 2670MHz
GPU: Nvidia GeForce GTX 650 2GB
I had lot of trouble getting cuda to work with blender… the problem seems to be that nvidia have a line in host_config.conf file part of cuda installation which checks for the gcc version and so I installed via cuda 6.0 not 5.5 or 6.5 and extract the run file to separate installers, then you can just install the cuda stuff without touching the nvidia graphics driver which was installed and running OK. In the cuda installation there is a host_config.conf file which checks for gcc version greater than 4.x.8 and so I just edited this file and changed the 8 to a 9 and then the kernel can be built after setting blender options cuda/gpu-compute etc…