I have a GTX 950 with the latest drivers (v. 368.81 as of this post) but have no problems with GPU acceleration in Camera Raw on Windows 10 x64.
Weird that Photoshop is not exhibiting the problem. If you go to open a RAW file from within Photoshop and Camera Raw launches, can you see if you can enable the GPU there?
Adobe mentions in their help that 3rd-party apps like GPU overclockers are not supported (which I'm sure you knew at this point):
If previous video cards were having the same problem, I want to say it's not the video card or its drivers that are causing problems. How new is the X99 motherboard? Anything "bleeding edge" can take some time to get bugs ironed out.
Did you consider trying the CC Cleaning Tool? (This is pretty involving; I would only recommend it if other avenues are exhausted.)
Still nothing. I've tried to reinstall CC with CC Cleaning Tool, reset setting - still no acceleration in Camera Raw (Unsupported hardware/driver)
I consider back to Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit and install whole CC again.
What about employing a brute force method and just installing Windows 10 clean? (As I mentioned before, I'm using Windows 10 x64 just fine with Camera Raw. Could be a case of some software residue left behind that's preventing Camera Raw from working properly. You could try a software registry/system cleaner like CC Cleaner but there are no guarantees with that.)
There was an update to Camera Raw the other day. (v. 9.6.1) There weren't any fixes; just new camera support. Did you get it yet?
Ok, i have tried install win 7 ultimate and clean adobe install and everything is OK - camera raw now see gpu processor and it's enabled.
Cleaning registry and folders and reinstalling photoshop simply doesn't work. Maybe only option is clean windows install.....
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Okey. I've installed whole windows again (fresh windows 10 64bit) and now gpu acceleration works well!!!