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    a brief tutorial

    hey, i'm a new member on the forum and i'd like to ask about a tutorial that show us how to install OpenCL in graphical devices from ATI, is anybody have it?
    I'm studying about GPUs and i'm curious to see how it can work with a simple program running in my device.

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    Re: a brief tutorial

    You can find such a tutorial on amd developer website:

    http://developer.amd.com/ZONES/OPENCLZO ... -2010.aspx

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    Re: a brief tutorial

    I will take a look.
    I was trying to install in Ubuntu 10.04. But it was disturbing me with all of problems you can imagine. So, i decided to search if i can use Windows 7 to start programming in OpenCL.
    So, its my troubles, what i need to do to start programming.

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    Re: a brief tutorial

    Using windows 7 and Visual studio 2008 Professional i had no serious problems with that, and if i had read the tutorial i linked you before starting i guess i wouldn't even suffer those little ones.

    Beside the tutorial you'll need gpu drivers supporting OpenCL (right now not all catalysts do so), and installing the SDK for the ati gpu(and as a bonus for any x86 SSE3 capable cpu).

    radeon drivers:
    http://support.amd.com/us/kbarticles/Pa ... river.aspx

    32bit W7 sdk:
    http://developer.amd.com/Downloads/ati- ... 2-xp32.exe
    64bit W7 sdk:
    http://developer.amd.com/Downloads/ati- ... in7-64.exe

    Have fun

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