I just got a new GTX750 Ti graphics card and reinstalled the newest Nvidia drivers on my Win 7 64bit machine. However, I cannot render with GPU compute. I get an error: Auto-run disabled: Driver’-100*power’. I have no clue how to start fixing this. Where would I start troubleshooting this? I can render with CUDA on the CPU, just not the graphics card.
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Hi, GTX 750 is not supported officially from Blender, you need a special Cuda kernel for it.
Download kernel > http://download.blender.org/release/Blender2.70/cycles_sm50_cuda/
Copy it to your /2.70/scripts/addons/cycles/lib folder, where the other kernels are, kernel_sm_35.cubin for example.
Mike Pan BMW
EVGA Geforce 750Ti FTW Cuda: 01:07.39
I had seen some 750 Ti benchmarks, so I had assumed that it was supported. I’m glad it was so quick to fix.