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  1. Re: Wondering when I should use clFlush or clFinish.

    When the application calls clCreateCommandQueue() it selects whether the queue will have in-order or out-of-order execution. By default queues have in-order execution, which means that if you enqueue...
  2. Re: Wondering when I should use clFlush or clFinish.

    Thanks for your simile. So the problem is, what happened to me is that I just wrote down a shopping list, without leaving the house to shopping, nor returning with a basket. Things I want to buy...
  3. Re: Wondering when I should use clFlush or clFinish.

    Thanks a lot.
    It seems to me that a blocking call to clEnqueueReadBuffer() only 'blocks' itself, but cannot make other tasks, which are already in the command queue, blocking. So is there any...
  4. Wondering when I should use clFlush or clFinish.

    My kernels take about 5 seconds to run with clFinish() after each of them is enqueued. When I removed all the clFinish(), it takes only 2.2 seconds while the results are exactly the same. I only used...
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    Re: OpenCL.NET

    Just google OpenCL.NET and the first entry is the official website.
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