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Paul2660

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Open CL question C1 10.1 or 10 win 10 Nvidia GTX970
« on: January 17, 2017, 06:18:55 PM »

I have run into an issue with open CL for C1 10 on windows 10.

When I open C1, and go to preferences, in the area for open CL, Display and processing, both show never.  I can change them to Auto, but when I close out of preferences, the auto drops back to never.  I have not seen this issue before, but not sure exactly when it started.

I am running Windows 10, Nvidia GTX970 and latest driver from Nvidia 12/11/16, driver is 21.21.13.7633.

Any ideas?

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Paul Caldwell
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Re: Open CL question C1 10.1 or 10 win 10 Nvidia GTX970
« Reply #1 on: January 17, 2017, 07:42:19 PM »

I figured out my problem.  I had been running a script from P1 to disallow Open CL via a registry key due to the constant error when processing a file issue in C1 9.x.  Open CL is now working, I guess time will tell if the issues from C1 10 carried over.

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Re: Open CL question C1 10.1 or 10 win 10 Nvidia GTX970
« Reply #2 on: January 18, 2017, 06:51:34 AM »

I figured out my problem.  I had been running a script from P1 to disallow Open CL via a registry key due to the constant error when processing a file issue in C1 9.x.  Open CL is now working, I guess time will tell if the issues from C1 10 carried over.

Hi Paul,

Hope that things have gotten better with version 10. I can only say that on my system, which already exhibited fewer problems than yours, things are running significantly smoother compared to version 9.

The folks at PhaseOne really rewrote a lot of old code, which results in only a limited number of new features, but a more stable user experience. The version 10 additions that did make it, are also worthwhile, IMHO. The output proofing of sharpening and the addition of diffraction correction are very useful.

Cheers,
Bart
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