Just open cuda_supported_cards.txt in C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Premiere Pro CS6
Now change the first line from 'GeForce GTX 285' to 'GeForce GTX 670' and save the file. Done.
If you want to run GPUsniffer, first open the DOS box by running CMD.exe and then navigate to C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Premiere Pro CS6
using old fashioned CD commands. Once in that directory enter GPUSniffer.exe and press enter. There you are.
Thanks Harm. I'll try those right now.
At first it wouldn't let me save changes to "cuda_supported_cards.txt.
I went on to change permissions, and it worked.
Pp is now recognizing my GTX 670.
Thanks again, Harm.
Be aware that after each update of PR to say 6.04 or 6.5 you need to do this again. The update installer overwrites your current cuda_supported_cards.txt file. For AE you can also change the raytracer_supported_cards.txt file in C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe After Effects CS6\Support Files in a similar fashion. That will enable ray tracing renders with the 670.
Thanks, Harm. I'll keep that in mind for when updates come.
After Effects seems to have included support for 670's in a recent update, so that's one less to manage.
Trying to get a gtx 590 to work on my system with prepro 6 which I get from the cloud. Does the hack work with dual gpu cards like the 590? Do you have a card that you recommend? Noted that you mentioned haveing to redo the hack with every upgrade... thanks