I recently installed Blender - the latest update. Never before used this software.
I have a relative old PC, HP 8560w with a quadro 2000m graphic card. My first problem was an error with "no open GL" support. I found latest nvidia drivers which supports my GPU (but they are no directly for that graphic card I have) and Blender started just well with no problems!
Then I go to GPU support tab and under CUDA I have no nvidia option to chose. I installed Blender 2.79 just to check and Yes I can chose my quadro 2000m over there.
As I understand my GPU has no support for CUDA which is required for latest blender so propably no way to render on GPU with Blender 2.80 for me.
So I have a few questions. I can't even properly model a simple house right now, but I need to know...
1) Blender 2.81 doesnt support CUDA on my nvidia rendering, but my GPU is overall seen by app (helpfull for advanced models and texturing)? I mean I only lack GPU power in cycles rendering?
2) Can i export my models (with textures) back to 2.79 just to render with GPU on cycles?