05-11-2012 10:15 PM
If you have a 3rd generation can you test the GPU capabilities of the Intels HD chip on your CPU?
On the console in the folder created when you unzip the file you have to type : qJulia Intel
I am wondering whether typing : qJulia cpu also works can you test this also. The OpenCL runs on the CPU.
I have a first generation i7 and can't test these.
The file qJulia.rar is without any virus 100% guarantee.
05-20-2012 09:10 AM
Quoting Arnon Peleg (Intel)
05-25-2012 03:31 AM
After a tough race with the Siggraph Asia deadline its time for me to see what is going on here...
I have found glut for 64 bit and glew for 64 bit independent from NVIDIA. Lets see what is going on with the OpenGL interoperability issue...
What a better way for a tech-geek to spend his weekend than OpenCL combined with OpenGL indeed.
05-25-2012 09:26 AM
I have extracted any NVIDIA association with the Solution I present.
I am using Intel's OpenCL library so you can run the Solution.
In the command prompt in the directory Output inside qJulia directory you should write:
qJulia cpu (for cpu run of the kernel)
qJulia Intel (for Intel's new GPU of the 3rd generation CPU).
Enjoy. If you can't run it then you have a problem...
05-26-2012 11:48 AM
In my cpu (1st generation i7) when I type qJulia cpu it shows the glut window draws the first frame and it gets stuck...:-( Maybe it can run only with a 3rd generation cpu. This is what I want to know.
Anyone with a 3rd generation CPU?