NVIDIA's M10 belongs to a family of GPUs that the main utilization was around VDI applications. This is not your typical GPU that you want to use on workstation PC and run Archicad. The main benefit when it was introduced back in 2016 was to allow a high number of virtual GPUs partitioned to serve dozens of users in a VDI solution.
In terms of computation power, M10 is based on Maxwell chipset, but technically it's 4 low-end Maxwells into one: 4x640 cores, 4x 8 GB VRAM etc.
This was the approach NVIDIA took back then for GPU to support as many concurrent users as possible.
In relation to Archicad compatibility, if installed in a workstation PC (no VDI), I'd say it would work, but it won't utilize the full potential of the GPU as it will use only 1/4 chipsets.
Unless you already own the GPU or you are planning to implement VDI solution with dozens of users, I suggest you look for other alternatives. The more recent GPUs have better specs and features with a better overall price/performance ratio.