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Old 2021-04-13, 20:38   #1
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Default Nvidia & OpenCL 3.0

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Old 2021-04-15, 17:48   #2
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From what I understand, OpenCL 3.0 is closer to OpenCL 1.x than to OpenCL 2.0. I.e. 3.0 is not "more" than 2.0, but instead it reduces the mandatory feature-set to the level of 1.x and offers standard mechanism for implementing&exposing more features (such as elements from OpenCL 2.0) on top of that, on a pick-and-match basis.
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