I don't believe the Quadro K5000 has been certified yet. Either hack your preference file or wait...
As Jonas said, you can hack the relevant *.txt files in the program folders to add your card to the list of supported cards, but be aware that you do this on your own head and any issues that ensue are your own responsibility.
Thank you, guys for taking your time and look into this.
Yeah, that's what I thought. I'll go with the hack for now to make it visible to my system.
Hope it'll be officially sorted out soon.
Very best regards,
I ran into the same thing this weekend. replaced the 5000 that was in the PC with the K5000. Adobe is not useing the GPU.
rowdbox, Did adding the K5000 to your preference file work for you?
Yes Rod, it did worked beautifully.
For now, it's still not really optimized for all the cores of k5000 (I mean plugins and stuff), but now it works as it should.
So, just go again and add to your preference files for after effects and adobe premier pro.
Prefect, added: Quadro K5000
to both the files and I'm up and runing.
C:/Progrsm Files/Adobe/Adobe After Effects CS6/raytracer_supported_cards.txt
Adobe Premiere Pro CS6
C:/Progrsm Files/Adobe/Adobe Premiere CS6/cuda_supported_cards
Oh, the "K" in (Quadro K5000) must be upper case.
Hi, do you mind if I ask how you're finding the Quadro K5000, I'm thinking of getting one.
Been experiencing really slow preview times in After Effects CC when working with Trapcode plugins, do you think I'll see an increase in performance with this GPU?
I have a 12 core Mac Pro, 2012, 64GB RAM, 3x solid state drives, but I think it's my standard ATI Radeon HD 5770 1024 MB graphics card that's letting me down.