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Ed MellnikCuda or OpenCL
by on Jul 29, 2016 at 4:43:32 am

I have a 2009 Mac Pro, quad core 16gb....
How do you change from CUDA to OpenCL?

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Alex UdellRe: Cuda or OpenCL
by on Jul 29, 2016 at 1:56:43 pm

What's your gfx card?

It may not be optional....

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Gary HuffRe: Cuda or OpenCL
by on Aug 1, 2016 at 1:12:05 pm

[Ed Mellnik] "How do you change from CUDA to OpenCL?"

You go to File->Project Settings and the very first option will be a dropdown box that will allow you to change modes. These will be limited to what your setup can support, but if you have an NVIDIA graphics card, you should have the option of CUDA, OpenCL, and Software. On the Mac platform, I strongly recommend against CUDA. I have had nothing but weird bugs and issues with it, mostly because CUDA requires a driver on Mac and I notice it's updated quite regularly, so I assume things are still being worked out.

If you happen to be on El Capitan, you'll also have the option of Metal acceleration, which is new with macOS, but I would steer clear for now as it's brand-spankin' new (but will hopefully be the preferred option of choice come the next iteration).


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