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OpenCL on the CPU and why it can be useful

A few advantages to using OpenCL on the CPU are: results on the CPU for further processing, CPU-code can be mixed with OpenCL and specific algorithms can be processed faster because there is no PCIe-overhead. Streamcomputing has a closer look at at why you may find OpenCL on the CPU useful for your own work.

Dec 08, 2010 | Category: Developers

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