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860m incompatible driver error. Help please

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Oct 01, 2020

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I have updated my graphics card and from NVidia but I am still receiving this error on open. I have premiere 2020. Is this card now obsolete? 

I second Ann. That GTX 860m is based on either a first-gen Maxwell GM107 chip or (less common) a first-gen Kepler GK104 chip. Neither chip is fully supported for CUDA in the newest drivers for that GPU: Support is either depreciated or EOL'd.

 

In addition, the newest two versions of Premiere Pro now require 10-bit support via the OpenGL API just to be supported. None of the gaming GeForce GPUs older than the GeForce 10 series (Pascal) support 10-bit via OpenCL as the hardware in those GPUs is restricted to 8-bit. Furthermore, using the GameReady Drivers restrict OpenGL output to 8-bit even if the particular GPU supports 10-bit.

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860m incompatible driver error. Help please

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I have updated my graphics card and from NVidia but I am still receiving this error on open. I have premiere 2020. Is this card now obsolete? 

I second Ann. That GTX 860m is based on either a first-gen Maxwell GM107 chip or (less common) a first-gen Kepler GK104 chip. Neither chip is fully supported for CUDA in the newest drivers for that GPU: Support is either depreciated or EOL'd.

 

In addition, the newest two versions of Premiere Pro now require 10-bit support via the OpenGL API just to be supported. None of the gaming GeForce GPUs older than the GeForce 10 series (Pascal) support 10-bit via OpenCL as the hardware in those GPUs is restricted to 8-bit. Furthermore, using the GameReady Drivers restrict OpenGL output to 8-bit even if the particular GPU supports 10-bit.

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Is this card now obsolete? 

Short answer: yes.

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I second Ann. That GTX 860m is based on either a first-gen Maxwell GM107 chip or (less common) a first-gen Kepler GK104 chip. Neither chip is fully supported for CUDA in the newest drivers for that GPU: Support is either depreciated or EOL'd.

 

In addition, the newest two versions of Premiere Pro now require 10-bit support via the OpenGL API just to be supported. None of the gaming GeForce GPUs older than the GeForce 10 series (Pascal) support 10-bit via OpenCL as the hardware in those GPUs is restricted to 8-bit. Furthermore, using the GameReady Drivers restrict OpenGL output to 8-bit even if the particular GPU supports 10-bit.

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