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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Apr 2005

    OpenCLit PS3 Development Tools Arrive for Cluster Computing

    Today gitbrew Tweeted news that OpenCLit PS3 Development Tools have arrived for cluster computing on the PlayStation 3 console.

    To quote: PS3: OpenCLit

    Container Page for Project OpenCLit - Cluster Computing with the PS3


    Cell/Cell Broadband Engine







    Compressed Packages

    Note: CELLSDK has no compressed archive (redundancy)

    More PlayStation 3 News...

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    elser1 Guest
    wow there's a lot of stuff here.. will this be useful to cfw designers.. and for qa flag with the spu info.. hopefully this will lead somewhere.. THANKS!! just wish i had to knowledge to use it to the full potential.

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Apr 2005
    Yea heh, took me a little while to make all the links into vBulletin list code but hopefully it's of use to some devs!

  4. #4
    NTA Guest
    I do hope to see some progression. Thanks for posting.

  5. #5
    oVERSoLDiER Guest
    We need OpenCL driver for the RSX of the PS3 for data-mining la BTC or NCS. The cell does only 21 Mhash/s at the moment, maybe with this way it's possible to let the RSX works together ?

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    Wolverin0 Guest
    really? openclit? HAHA

    what's "it" for?

  7. #7
    daveshooter Guest
    Its for power hungry bad boys to make your own super computer in simple terms then develop on/with. but you will need a min of 2 ps3's i believe linked to gather for a basic setup, and they all need to be on 3.15fw to take full advantage of the system hardware be for the otheros removal.

    There are easier ways with some of the Linux distros to create a super computer on the ps3 tho. I have 7 ps3's and need one more to complete my project. Then the fun begins.

    Thanks Boss for pulling all this together.

  8. #8
    Xplic1T Guest
    Quote Originally Posted by Wolverin0 View Post
    really? openclit? HAHA

    what's "it" for?
    Lol !

    .. Had to make it obvious

  9. #9
    shummyr Guest
    Thank you again boss from me also of pulling all of this awesome info together

  10. #10
    popshopadop Guest
    picking a better name might have been better... even if it could not be an acronym.

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