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Old 09-15-09, 09:11 PM   #1
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Hi people !

first, I would like to thanks nVIDIA a LOT for giving us (the customers) that use Linux a GREAT product !

second, I'm going to purchase a GeForce GT9600 (as a "meanwhile" for the GT300 and as a replace to a 7 series card), and, I would like to know If I will be able to use OpenGL 3.* and CUDA ... (and maybe, on a newer driver release OpenCL ?)

and.. Will I be able to develop software with those ? (I refer to CUDA, OpenCL and PhysX)

I'm using Slackware 13.0 (Kernel 2.6.29, but I'm going to compile the 2.6.31 ~ any problems with one of those ?)

Thanks again, Alex ~
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*poke*

any thoughts ?
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Yes, any GeForce 8 series or higher GPU should support OpenGL 3.* and C or OpenCL for CUDA. There is currently no Linux port of PhysX. OpenCL drivers are currently only available to registered developers.
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