In the latest version from 11.06.2013 flacCL is running fine with samplerates up to 96kHz, others i didn´t try. And again a BIG thanks to Grigory! The speed it crunches these big files is simply stunning!
NVIDIA 2010-07-14 OpenCL_1_1Microsoft Windows Vista or Microsoft Windows 7 with NVIDIA OpenCL Driver on the following devicesTesla C870Tesla D870Tesla S870GeForce GTS 250GeForce GTS 150GeForce GT 130GeForce GT 120GeForce G100GeForce 9800 GX2GeForce 9800 GTX+GeForce 9800 GTXGeForce 9800 GTGeForce 9600 GSOGeForce 9600 GTGeForce 9500 GTGeForce 9400GTGeForce 8800 UltraGeForce 8800 GTXGeForce 8800 GTSGeForce 8800 GTGeForce 8800 GSGeForce 8600 GTSGeForce 8600 GTGeForce 8500 GTGeForce 8400 GSGeForce 9400 mGPUGeForce 9300 mGPUGeForce 8300 mGPUGeForce 8200 mGPUGeForce 8100 mGPUGeForce GTS 160MGeForce GTS 150MGeForce GT 130MGeForce G110MGeForce G105MGeForce G102MGeForce 9800M GTXGeForce 9800M GTGeForce 9800M GTSGeForce 9800M GSGeForce 9700M GTSGeForce 9700M GTGeForce 9650M GSGeForce 9600M GTGeForce 9600M GSGeForce 9500M GSGeForce 9500M GGeForce 9300M GSGeForce 9300M GGeForce 9200M GSGeForce 9100M GGeForce 8800M GTSGeForce 8700M GTGeForce 8600M GTGeForce 8600M GSGeForce 8400M GTGeForce 8400M GS..
Any chance of going back to the previous OpenCL version?...
I was under impression that OpenCL 1.1 is supported for GT240. Did you try updating the driver?
I don't see GT240 in this list, but i'd be surprised if it's not supported - even more ancient NVIDIA GPUs are.
You can run a program called GLView that will tell you all the versions of OpenGL that your card will support.
I will test with the previous version, and, if it still does not work, I will roll back to the previous drivers...
According to http://www.khronos.org/conformance/adopter...ormant-products, OpenCL 1.1 is supported on...
I guess i can safely disable this check for the list of known NVIDIA devices of that generation.
Edit: i couldn't see the pdfs at first, but now i can
Also don't expect any miracles from the integrated graphics. Descrete GPU should do beter.
The A4-3400's GPU is really quite anemic.
One more thing: the first run for each compression level and set of settings takes longer than subsequent ones, because the FLACCL kernels are compiled for your GPU. Later runs use cached binary. So a fair test should 'warm up' the encoder.
It's not that bad. I have run OpenCL applications on it running BOINC, and when I compare it's results with for example a Geforce GTX 560, it's only about 5 times as slow. If I compare that to the results here, that would mean I would still have to see speeds of about 300x, not the ~100x I'm seeing now. (for that specific application, the GPU outperforms the CPU by a factor of 30... it's really not a bad GPU)