A colleague from our team noticed that, under Ubuntu Linux, for several graphics card models it appears problematic to autodetect the correct RAM hardware which results in the exclusion of these machines from computation in GPUGRID.
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I believe there are several ways the Work Server may ban a card. E.g.,
minimum compute capability
The GTX 640 has a compute capability of 2.1 (GDDR3) or 3.5 (GDDR5).
Click on "CUDA-Enabled GeForce Products": https://developer.nvidia.com/cuda-gpus
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As described above, the memory detection under Ubuntu Linux remains incorrect - even in graphics card models with up to date compute models.
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