Graphics Processing Units and their communication with operating program

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gomi

Joined Jan 20, 2019
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Hello,

I want to understand something. I want to run a ".efi" program on a personal computer with full support of GPU that has openGL support. GPUs need driver to work but their drivers are not open source(so not compilable) driver so you can benefit from them only on Linux, Mac or Windows. If I run a UEFI program from a bootable drive it will not communicate with GPU that will use CPU. I need a graphic card which can be placed to a consumer board but for development.

I do not have much hope but Is there any hardware like that?
 

ApacheKid

Joined Jan 12, 2015
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Hello,

I want to understand something. I want to run a ".efi" program on a personal computer with full support of GPU that has openGL support. GPUs need driver to work but their drivers are not open source(so not compilable) driver so you can benefit from them only on Linux, Mac or Windows. If I run a UEFI program from a bootable drive it will not communicate with GPU that will use CPU. I need a graphic card which can be placed to a consumer board but for development.

I do not have much hope but Is there any hardware like that?
CUDA: https://developer.nvidia.com/cuda-toolkit
 
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