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NVIDIA pioneering OpenCL support on top of CUDA

OpenCL

Prince McLean, AppleInsider

NVIDIA, Apple’s new MacBook chipset partner, is working hard to provide seamless support for OpenCL, the cross platform API Apple developed for Snow Leopard to create a vendor neutral, open specification for parallel programming across any compliant GPU.

AppleInsider | NVIDIA pioneering OpenCL support on top of CUDA

Khronos: OpenCL

4 comments

1 nat { 12.10.08 at 2:21 pm }

Bah! Fooled again. Nice AI article/QA though.

2 deridder149 { 12.15.08 at 4:13 pm }

I bet that 90%+ of your readers also keep a close eye on Apple Insider themselves. These links are pointless to me, and I am sure many other people as well.

3 Антон { 12.20.08 at 8:00 am }

Недвижимость в деталях…

тся весьма небольшие средства, а спрос на недорогие помещения с необходимым минимумом условий хранения высок). Прирост в классе В небольш…

4 How Intel’s battle with NVIDIA over Core i7 impacts Apple — RoughlyDrafted Magazine { 02.21.09 at 6:29 pm }

[...] If Apple is forced to go back to Intel platform chipsets in order to use Intel’s latest CPUs, it will end up with two separate GPU architectures to support, just as it had prior to last fall: NVIDIA standalone GPUs in its higher-end Pro models, and Intel integrated graphics on the lower end consumer models. Intel’s integrated graphics (where the GPU is integrated into the controller chipset) are significantly behind NVIDIA’s in performance and do not support OpenCL. [...]

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