Discussion in 'NVIDIA' started by Live OR Die, Dec 11, 2009.
can i use these drivers for cuda or do i have to use the old 190.38 drivers?
The latest version 195.62 fully support CUDA and lastest PhysX version.
do i have to enable it because ArcSoft TotalMedia Theatre 3 isn't picking up cuda?
i think the 195.62 only support the tool kit, because cuda does not work
Doesn't say they've removed CUDA support for this driver so either something isn't working right. I assume the last drivers worked fine ?
I have 195.62 driver installed for my 8500GT. CoreAVC is picking CUDA without any problem (green icon) and it is working fine here. There might be some issue with ArcSoft TotalMedia Theatre 3. Check it's settings.
lol, confusion, coreavc know about cuda, and work with cuda.
Arcost, PowerDVD, MCE, Sagetv, etc, know and work with Hardware Acceleration, DXVA 1.0 and 2.0, not CUDA.
check your info before posting
Bring Everything to High-Definition with SimHD™ Plug-in
SimHD™ is ArcSoft's upscaling technology, turning standard-definition multimedia files and DVDs into high-definition ones, offering you a sharper and more vivid picture in real time. SimHD™ is provided as a plug-in for TotalMedia Theatre 3.
When upscaling files in ArcSoft TotalMedia® Theatre, SimHD™ utilizes NVIDIA® CUDA™ and ATI Stream™, the GPU computing technologies, which not only offer large performance benefits but also balance GPU and CPU usage*, enabling running of complicated tasks which requires demanding calculations, without sacrificing output quality.
Try reinstalling TotalMedia. They didn't remove CUDA support from the drivers, so it's a software conflict of some sort.
ok will try thanks
Live OR Die, the poster does not say anything about SimHD.
Arcsoft has SimHD and also DXVA.
SimHD is an addon of Arcsoft, not Arcsoft itself.
PowerDVD 9 latest patch 2320 support CUDA for TrueTheater Effects (for numerous supported media types, very useful for ion based net(e)books) as well as use NVIDIA PureVideo HD (Hardware acceleration for HD media).
CoreAVC Professional 220.127.116.11 utilize CUDA for video decoding (MBAFF and PAFF).
Other players (MPC-HC, WMP, VLC etc.) utilize DXVA for this purpose.
Arcsoft SimHD (upscaling technology equivalent to TrueTheater in PowerDVD 9) is available as plugin only. It is not the part of Arcsoft.
well its not that hard to put to together, and yes cuda does work with these drivers but only some programs pick it up, i downloaded Badaboom and it worked fine but other programs didnt
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