That card is not one that After Effects will use for GPU acceleration of the ray-traced 3D renderer. See this page:
If you have it working with After Effects CS6, you must have editied a configuration file to put your system in an untested and unsupported state.
So this card will never be abled to be used for CC?
I don't recall doing any configuration - I would not know how to do that.
> So this card will never be abled to be used for CC?
Not in the current version, After Effects CC (12.0).
If you want it added for the next version, you can let us know with a feature request:
That's strange. My GTX680 is working fine in AE CC. I don't think I did a "hack" for AE CS6 and I definitely didn't do anything special for CC. But it's definitely there under the GPU section in preferences.
Evil Edison, are you using Mac OS or Windows? The original poster is using Mac OS, for which this card is not on the list of what's supported and tested.
I noticed that Premiere Pro CC recognized the GTX 680 right away... It was only After Effects CC that didn't ackowledge it. The Nvidia GTX 680 is now a standard card for Mac. I didn't realize this would be an issue. One problem I am experiencing is that my magic mouse is jittery and hard to controll from time to time in Ae when I have a large file open.