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    size_t usage in OpenCL

    size_t is used all over the place in the standard. However, size_t is defined by the os/compiler, but the device could actually support more than 4GB of memory. For example, fermi will have 6GB of memory, but theoretically that could be running on a 32-bit linux machine (which unfortunately still do exist).

    Or am I missing something fundamental about size_t?

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    Re: size_t usage in OpenCL

    Please check CL_DEVICE_ADDRESS_BITS.

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