Hi @Marius, TensorFlow 2.10 was the last TensorFlow release that supported GPU on native-Windows. Starting with TensorFlow 2.11, you will need to install TensorFlow in WSL2, or install tensorflow-cpu` and, optionally, try the TensorFlow-DirectML-Plugin. For installing WSL2 please refer to this document. Thank You.
Do you have any advice/tips on how to find out wether VSC is now really using my GPU or not? To verify wether it just knows that the GPU is there or it’s actually using it? And is it possible to turn it off or on to use the gpu?
Actually, I struggled with similar issues and now I write this for anyone who still seeks:
Instead of typing “pip install tensorflow” (or “pip install tensorflow”<11"“) I typed “conda install tensorflow” (“conda install tensorflow”<11"” in Windows). Problem was that Anaconda didn’t see tensorflow, since it was installed by pip (don’t ask, I don’t know why).
I have done the same things as you. Where should i run these commands to check the availability of the gpu. Also i have 2 gpu’s (GPU-0(512mb) and GPU-1(4gb)). Of these two which one should be working when i train my model.