A subscription does not change any of the technical facts. Your specific nVidia card/ chipset simply is not compatible and there is nothing you can do about it. Adobe will have to fix it in their next AE update, if at all.
For further information, that error message is not very concerning. The only limitation is with a single (nearly obsolete) effect. The ray-traced renderer is no longer being developed by Adobe. The (more powerful) way to do 3d in AE is with Cinema 4D (which comes free with AE!). Info here: details of CINEMA 4D integration with After Effects
You can tick the box so that error message doesn't show up anymore.
And, if you really want to use the ray-traced renderer for some reason, you can tick a box in your preferences to use an unsupported card to accelerate it.
Make sure you have the latest drivers for your card and the latest CUDA drivers that your card supports.
Your card is not listed but it can be used if you install the CUDA drivers and check the use this card box in your preferences. I have the same machine and it works fine.
OK, that explains a lot. I have been doing tutorials that I think were written about 5 years ago. No wonder the old message pops up.