CUDA Legacy GPUs

Find the compute capability of the latest CUDA Capable NVIDIA GPUs.

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Frequently Asked Questions

1) How can I find out which GPU is in my computer?

On Windows computers:

  1. Right-click on desktop
  2. If you see "NVIDIA Control Panel" or "NVIDIA Display" in the pop-up window, you have an NVIDIA GPU
  3. Click on "NVIDIA Control Panel" or "NVIDIA Display" in the pop-up window
  4. Look at "Graphics Card Information"
  5. You will see the name of your NVIDIA GPU

On Apple computers:

  1. Click on "Apple Menu"
  2. Click on "About this Mac"
  3. Click on "More Info"
  4. Select "Graphics/Displays" under Contents list
2) Do I have a CUDA-enabled GPU in my computer?
Answer: Check the list above to see if your GPU is on it. If it is, it means your computer has a modern GPU that can take advantage of CUDA-accelerated applications.
3) How do I know if I have the latest drivers?
Answer: Go to
4) How can I obtain a CUDA-enabled GPU or system?
For Tesla for HPC and supercomputing applications, go to
For GeForce for entertainment, go to
For Quadro for professional visualization, go to
5) How can I download the CUDA software development kit?
Answer: Go to CUDA Development Tools.