Blame it on Windows 10. I have a a GTX 780 Ti that works perfectly with Windows 8 and CC2014 and CC2015
Ha, dang it! Unfortunately I didn't install Photoshop/After Effects until after I upgraded to Windows 10, so I don't have anything to compare to.
I work primarily in Premiere and have on a couple of occasions opening an old project Premiere will tell me something like "The project was used with GPU assistance but it is not available on this computer". I would then close Premiere and reopen it and the nag message would not be there. With Premiere it seems that the GPU recognition was slow to happen,
I have the same problem since I updated from photoshop cc 2014 to adobe photoshop cc 2015. I lost all the open GL feature, has some filters, rotation, flick panning.
I have an I7, 32g of Ram, a 610gt 2 ddr3 vram ddr2
Of course I updated all my drivers and let by default the setting for the graphic card.
I have dual monitor, one on board intel graphic card , that I disabled.
On the performance tab settings of Photoshop, all the options to enable gpu accelerations are grey. It looks like it does not see my graphic card.
But on the Adobe camera raw settings, you can enable the card.
I also have an older cs6 version, and it works find,m and can fond the card with no problems.
Hope you guys can help.
The GT 610 is a very old extremely under-powered GPU and may no longer be supported. While for the GT 610 standard nVidia memory configuration is 1024 MB your Photoshop test results reveal that your OEM board probably has only 512 MB which clearly is not enough for Premiere Pro for GPU acceleration.
Here are the results of gpusniffer for CS6 and CC2015 which in my system works amazingly well in my x99 system under Windows 8.1. Try this in your Windows 10 system and see what you get.
Did you know that your GT 610 is an old Fermi-generation GPU? Adobe has dropped support for any GPUs older than Kepler in the CC 2015 apps for GPU acceleration. In fact, the GT 610 is not a true GeForce 600 series GPU at all - but is actually a rebranded GeForce GT 520, which was an OEM-only low-end part when it was named as such.