OpenCL, not OpenGL!
This forum is intended for discussion of Open[b]C[/b]L (Open Computing Language) programming, not Open[b]G[/b]L (the Open Graphics Language). The names are confusing, we know :)

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This forum is intended for discussion of OpenCL (Open Computing Language) programming, not OpenGL (the Open Graphics Language). The names are confusing, we know :)



Please post general NVIDIA driver questions here:

http://forums.nvidia.com/index.php?showforum=33

#1
Posted 01/04/2010 10:39 AM   
[quote name='Simon Green' post='975188' date='Jan 4 2010, 07:39 PM']This forum is intended for discussion of Open[b]C[/b]L (Open Computing Language) programming, not Open[b]G[/b]L (the Open Graphics Language). The names are confusing, we know :)

Please post general NVIDIA driver questions here:
[url="http://forums.nvidia.com/index.php?showforum=33"]http://forums.nvidia.com/index.php?showforum=33[/url][/quote]

Is OpenCL well developed enough that we don't have to learn CUDA??? :mellow:
[quote name='Simon Green' post='975188' date='Jan 4 2010, 07:39 PM']This forum is intended for discussion of OpenCL (Open Computing Language) programming, not OpenGL (the Open Graphics Language). The names are confusing, we know :)



Please post general NVIDIA driver questions here:

http://forums.nvidia.com/index.php?showforum=33



Is OpenCL well developed enough that we don't have to learn CUDA??? :mellow:

#2
Posted 05/24/2010 05:14 AM   
[quote name='Simon Green' post='975188' date='Jan 4 2010, 07:39 PM']This forum is intended for discussion of Open[b]C[/b]L (Open Computing Language) programming, not Open[b]G[/b]L (the Open Graphics Language). The names are confusing, we know :)

Please post general NVIDIA driver questions here:
[url="http://forums.nvidia.com/index.php?showforum=33"]http://forums.nvidia.com/index.php?showforum=33[/url][/quote]

Is OpenCL well developed enough that we don't have to learn CUDA??? :mellow:
[quote name='Simon Green' post='975188' date='Jan 4 2010, 07:39 PM']This forum is intended for discussion of OpenCL (Open Computing Language) programming, not OpenGL (the Open Graphics Language). The names are confusing, we know :)



Please post general NVIDIA driver questions here:

http://forums.nvidia.com/index.php?showforum=33



Is OpenCL well developed enough that we don't have to learn CUDA??? :mellow:

#3
Posted 05/24/2010 05:14 AM   
I like to believe so. I am working w/ OpenCL and up to now it seems fine; although I believe there are quite a few bugs, but thats normal in any new technology. I prefer OpenCL because it works on any platform (AMD or NVIDIA) and because it is more down-to-earth than CUDA. While CUDA is highly specialized, OpenCL is more elementary, more "assembly-line-ish". Anyways, that's merely my opinion on the subject. Both are great to work with and I'm sure that you'll learn CUDA easily if you know OpenCL and vice-versa. :P

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DD STOSIC.
I like to believe so. I am working w/ OpenCL and up to now it seems fine; although I believe there are quite a few bugs, but thats normal in any new technology. I prefer OpenCL because it works on any platform (AMD or NVIDIA) and because it is more down-to-earth than CUDA. While CUDA is highly specialized, OpenCL is more elementary, more "assembly-line-ish". Anyways, that's merely my opinion on the subject. Both are great to work with and I'm sure that you'll learn CUDA easily if you know OpenCL and vice-versa. :P



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DD STOSIC.

#4
Posted 07/09/2010 05:10 PM   
yes ,i thinks so .[img]http://www.nobod.info/g.gif[/img]
yes ,i thinks so .Image

#5
Posted 03/14/2012 04:11 AM   
currently, does NVIDIA OpenCL support CPU?
currently, does NVIDIA OpenCL support CPU?

#6
Posted 11/02/2012 02:42 AM   
@tandn Reviving dead threads is rather pointless. It would be better for you to just create a new thread. Anyways, Nvidia's OpenCL implementation doesn't support CPUs. Since Intel and AMD support their CPUs that's also not necessary.
@tandn Reviving dead threads is rather pointless. It would be better for you to just create a new thread.

Anyways, Nvidia's OpenCL implementation doesn't support CPUs. Since Intel and AMD support their CPUs that's also not necessary.

#7
Posted 11/02/2012 11:14 PM   
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