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1070 OpenCL disabled!?

Allright. I reinstalled the driver and selected "fresh installation".

That fixed the issue.

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hi there

I just recently bought my GTX 1070 and wondered why it didn't work with Red Giants GPU Acceleration which uses OpenCL.

So I started GPU-Z and it shows that OpenCL is not enabled, although CUDA, PhysX and Direct Compute5.0 are.

My Graphics Driver should be the newest with 372.90.

I don't know could it be a driver problem? Anyone else has a GTX 1070 where OpenCL is disabled or enabled (like it should be)?

(help please)

1070 OpenCL.gif

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What does it say when you hover over the OpenCL in GPU-Z?


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Posted · Original PosterOP

It just says that this box shows if the graphics card supports OpenCL.

GTX 1070 officially supports OpenCL 1.2

soooo yeah....

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Posted · Original PosterOP · Best Answer

Allright. I reinstalled the driver and selected "fresh installation".

That fixed the issue.

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I would suggest trying drivers and try a few different versions.


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