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Old 01-01-2013, 02:45 PM   #1
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adding high-performance GPU?


May be this is not a correct forum, please advise. I have Dell PowerEdge T610 running RHEL58, 16 cores, 94GB memory. I want to add a high performance GPU, like nVidia K20x/K20 or at least nVidia M2050/2090. Does anyone has experience or technical expertise to suggest if it will work? Dell tech support is not of much help as this is not their product, but suggested it should at least fit into PCI slots. nVidia web site says a little about hardware compatibility, but offers drivers for 64bit RHEL5.4. Any suggestion how to find more information?
Old 01-01-2013, 04:48 PM   #2
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The nVidia driver for 5.4 should work just fine on 5.8.

Red Hat support should be able to give you some insight on this.


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