I have an NVIDIA Quadro P2000(PCIe/5GB) on my PC which is not supporting CUDA and I have an option to upgrade to P4000(PCIe/8GB). does NVIDIA Quadro P4000(PCIe/8GB) support CUDA? If so is it a good option to start with? I have spent some time on google, but didn’t find answer.
Thanks in advance.
What do you mean by “not supporting CUDA”. Quadro cards like these ones definitely are in the list of supported cards (see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CUDA for example).
with P2000, when I run torch.cuda.is_available(), its returning False. Do I have to do any pre setup before running cuda.is_available()?
may be you have pytorch cpu only version or you didn’t install cudatoolkit.
Following command install latest pytorch with cudatoolkit.
conda install pytorch torchvision cudatoolkit=10.1 -c pytorch
Thank you Ram.
I had cudatoolkit installed. Now,I have done uninstalling and installing pytorch , cudatoolkit. No luck, still its returning false for torch.cuda.is_available()
Is the GPU properly recognized in
Also, which NVIDIA driver are you using?
I am using 369.49 version of drivers and when I type nvidia-smi -L its returning
GPU 0: Quadro M2000
Really appreciate your help.
Thanks for the information!
Based on this list you should be able to install the PyTorch binaries with CUDA9.2.
If possible, I would recommend to update the driver and use the binaries with CUDA10.1.
ok, will try with CUDA9.2
Thanks a lot !!
can you tell me if cuda 9.2 works for you?
i have same issue with P2000 on my Dell precision 5530