That card is not supported for the GPU acceleration of the ray-traced 3D renderer, and it never will be.
Nvidia has changed the CUDA capabilities of the new Maxwell cards such that they are incompatible with the version of Optix (the library that drives the ray-traced 3D renderer) that comes with After Effects.
For many reasons, we have ceased development on the ray-traced 3D renderer, so we will not be releasing updates that enable these new cards to work with this feature.
If you are working with 3D in After Effects, you have many choices that are superior to using the ray-traced 3D renderer, including Cinema 4D, which is included with After Effects.
So I can not use GPU acceleration in some way with this graphics card? Regardless of Ray Traced 3d, to which there are other alternatives, but the acceleration by GPU with CUDA core, simply does not exist on this graphics card?
The Ray Traced 3D is the least of my concerns, what I want is the GPU acceleration to speed up my work. This is possible with this card?
Ok, so this means that there is not much I do to speed up my work and I can not use the Ray Traced 3D. Well, it's a shame to have spent money on it. Just disappointed.
Moreover, there is nothing that can even help speed pre renderings and final renders with this graphics card? Because there are some effects beyond Ray Traced 3D that require a lot of processing and even with this graphics card and an i7 processor things get really slow.
(I'm sorry if I'm being annoying or pushy. I'm a begginer and need to get as much information as possible to best take advantage of my equipment)
Ok, thanks for the help and sorry for the insistence! Thank you so much!
I'll check out the links!