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Multi-GPU load-balancing GPGPU API for C# programmers
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Default Multi-GPU load-balancing GPGPU API for C# programmers - 04-13-2017, 02:23 | posts: 114 | Location: Turkey

So that you can write stuff with it and make a forum-scale benchmark where even a temporary overclock on one of GPUs will have effect on performance of the parallelized code that uses ALL GPUs even FPGAs.

It also supports different types of pipelining to value GPUs' asynchronous abilities to get faster(through hiding latencies between separate queues' overlapped stages).

It is open-source:


(another download, temporarily not working)

Here is hello world:

            ClNumberCruncher cr = new ClNumberCruncher(
                AcceleratorType.GPU, @"
                    __kernel void hello(__global char * arr)
                        printf(""hello world"");

            ClArray<byte> array = new ClArray<byte>(1000);
            array.compute(cr, 1, "hello", 1000, 100);
that broadcasts 1k bytes to all GPUs and prints hello world on console!

Making a ray-tracer shouldn't be so hard. Mandelbrot generator? As fast as it gets.
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