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    NVIDIA OpenCL SDK (without using CUDA)

    Hi All,

    I think this is simple question. Sorry if there is already a question about it. I was not able to find it.

    I'm new to OpenCL programming and I'm currently trying to set my environment to create my first applications. I have a NVIDIA GeForce GT630M in my notebook. I just wanted to download the OpenCL SDK, but I don't want to use the CUDA SDK (or the Intel SDK).

    I have already downloaded the latest driver for my graphic card but no libraries were available in my computer.

    Can anyone please give the right link to download these libraries?

    Thanks in advance!

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    Re: NVIDIA OpenCL SDK (without using CUDA)

    You have to download the cuda sdk to compile openCL on NVidia. There is no other way because the nvcc is contained in the cuda packages. That one will be callled by the openCL runtime to get your code running. The actual download for cuda will be found easyly i think.

    Greeting,
    clint3112

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    Re: NVIDIA OpenCL SDK (without using CUDA)

    Hi clint3112,

    I just wanted to confirm that. I'll download CUDA SDK.

    Thank you very much for your help!

    Regards,

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