It's not listed in the tech specs, but the cuda hack might work.
Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 / CC Tech specs
CS6 - minimum 1GB video ram
PC - add:
(Your card name) example: GeForce GTX 770
to this list:
C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Premiere Pro CSxx\cuda_supported_cards.txt
(or simply delete the cuda_supported_cards.txt file)
How To Enable GPU Cuda in Adobe CS6 for Mac
See I wanted to get a card that is officially supported because right now even using the CUDA hack with my 560Ti it will NOT work with graphics drivers past a certain point. I'm just sick of not being able to update my drivers all because I need the CUDA hack for my work, and I'm just worried I might run into the same problem again after spending $400 on a new card.
I'm just sick of not being able to update my drivers all because I need the CUDA hack for my work
Those two things are entirely unrelated. Whatever problems exist in a driver will affect all cards, even those that are on the supported list.
You would think they would be but believe me they are not. I have spent hours on this issue. My brand of 560Ti will not work with the hack if I go beyond a certain driver point. GPUsniffer.exe will not detect it.
That's an aberration with your card. It doesn't apply to cards in general. The 560 Ti works just fine with 320 drivers (though it is affected by the bug with that driver which affects all cards).
VidNoob, you may have already made your purchase but here is some info in case you have not:
"Official Support" is something that I was pretty concerned with too but this "hack" to include the 770 in CS6 worked like a charm for me and it is literally just editing a notepad file ---- just about the easiest type of "hack" there is. I thought it was going to be something more invasive to the programming and perhaps something that could cause a problem with operation but seriously, it only took a few seconds. I imagine that it could cause an issue when trying to use a card that does not meet the minimum requirements as far as RAM quantity/type and CUDA cores etc.. but in the case of the 770, you will be way past the minimum requirements.
I picked up my 770 as an upgrade to my 470 thinking that I was going to stick with Premiere CC and that I would be good to go as far as "Official Support" but after discovering no Encore CC and also no Dynamic Link support from Premiere CC to Encore CS6... I had to go back to Premiere CS6 but did not want to go back to my 470 ><. This brought me to search for help and eventually, this thread where I found the information I needed to try this "hack" and again, very easy --> very happy now too. I definitely recommend the 770 and sticking with CS6 based on my experiences.
Thank you Joe Bloe Premiere, your solution solved my problem. Thank you very much!
Thank you very much for this info, you solved a problem for me and this "hack" was way easier than I thought it would be.
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It looks like they have added a lot of the GTX series to be supported cards for Mercury Rendering.
In the latest nVidia driver (Version 340.52), the GTX 770 is a supported CUDA card.
Here is a copy paste of the supported GeForce cards from the "cuda_supported_cards" file:
GeForce GT 650M
GeForce GT 750M
GeForce GT 755M
GeForce GTX 285
GeForce GTX 470
GeForce GTX 570
GeForce GTX 580
GeForce GTX 675MX
GeForce GTX 680
GeForce GTX 680MX
GeForce GTX 690
GeForce GTX 770
GeForce GTX 775M
GeForce GTX 780
GeForce GTX 780M
GeForce GTX TITAN