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Jesse
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GPU support for newer cards

Asked by Jesse
on 28 Aug 2019
Latest activity Answered by Jason Ross
on 29 Aug 2019
I'm configuring a new system and the NVIDIA GTX 1660 seems to hit a good price/performance only it's not listed on NVIDIA's CUDA GPU Page. My understanding is that it supports Turing which is listed on Mathworks site. So do the later releases of Matlab support it?

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It looks like Vulkan driver supports it; I am not sure if any older driver series do.
Jesse
on 28 Aug 2019
Thanks for getting back. The Ti is the most recent in the GTX 16 series. I guess what I'm really asking is whether the 1660 will be recognized by GPUDevice?
Although my local computer store appears to have GTX 1660 in stock, I do not have any systems with avaiable PCIe x16 slot... :(

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Answer by Jason Ross
on 29 Aug 2019

Since it's a Turing card, it should be recognized by GPUDevice.

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