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NVIDIA has at last released the NVAPI. NVAPI is NVIDIA’s core software development kit that allows direct access to NVIDIA GPUs and drivers on all windows platforms. NVAPI provides low-level control over GPU features not typically found in graphics APIs, such as management of SLI, driver control, overclocking.

I guess an update of GPU Caps Viewer will be available soon…

NVIDIA has more than 70 million GPGPUs in the market

Nvidia unveiled some interesting data about its progress on CUDA and GPGPU-enabled processors. During the Nvidia Editor’s Day Spring 2008, the company’s CTO disclosed that more than 70 million CUDA-enabled graphics chips (beginning with the GeForce 8-series) have shipped to date. According to David Kirk, Nvidia sees 350.000 CUDA-enabled driver downloads every week, while more than 60.000 CUDA SDK downloads were reported.