Deepstack GPU for Windows problems (Cuda version 11 and Cudnn install).

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I have a 3090 RTX video card. I need a newer version 11 of CUDA because version 10.1 does not support a 3090 RTX video card. I am not sure if Deepstack is compatible with that version. Or that CUDA is even backward compatible.

I also don't understand how I should install Cudnn (what folder should I extract the zip file it in? ( do not have Visual Studio and am not a developer.

In AItool, what server rule should I use? How do I start multiple instances? How do I test if Deepstack works with V11 of CUDA?
 

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I have a 3090 RTX video card. I need a newer version 11 of CUDA because version 10.1 does not support a 3090 RTX video card. I am not sure if Deepstack is compatible with that version. Or that CUDA is even backward compatible.

I also don't understand how I should install Cudnn (what folder should I extract the zip file it in? ( do not have Visual Studio and am not a developer.

In AItool, what server rule should I use? How do I start multiple instances? How do I test if Deepstack works with V11 of CUDA?
I was able to get my 3060 to work with DeepStack, follow the steps below.

Install
CUDA Toolkit 11.4
cuDNN v8.2.4
DeepStack-Installer-GPU-2021.09.1.exe

Manually update to the below Windows Packages
numpy-1.21.2-cp37-cp37m-win_amd64
Pillow-8.3.2-cp37-cp37m-win_amd64
scipy-1.7.1-cp37-cp37m-win_amd64
torch-1.9.1+cu111-cp37-cp37m-win_amd64
torchvision-0.10.1+cu111-cp37-cp37m-win_amd64
 

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I don't understand those manual updates, why and what should I do exactly?
You need to delete the highlight folders and replace the folders with the attached folders after unzipping. Torch-1.9.1 was to large to attach so use the below link. Once you download the file change the file extension to zip unzip and replace the torch folder

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torch-1.9.1+cu111-cp37-cp37m-win_amd64
 

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You could be make $9 a day mining Ethereum with that 3090 right now. In two weeks you could buy a used Quadro P400, after power, with the money you made from selling the ETH you mined... Then using AITool you could throw 4 instances of DS at that P400 and process images in parallel and it wouldn't even break a sweat. Then you'd be posting on here asking how to tell if the GPU is really processing the images because according to task manager your P400 is only being pushed to 10% on occasion but averages 1% or less.

just saying...
 
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If you uninstall DeepStack do it from control panel>Programs. Then use file manager to delete the DeepStack directory and all of its' subdirectories. The uninstall is not completely "clean".
You sir are a god. It is working now 114ms Deepstack. My 1060 6GB is working its magic...
However my i7 6700K is not longer encoding with quicksync. Any ideas how to get it working again.
 

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However my i7 6700K is not longer encoding with quicksync. Any ideas how to get it working again.
Try using Nvidia NVDEC, your GPU should handle both DeepStack and decode with no issues.
How many cameras are you looking to use hardware decode?
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