Using Opencl for optimization

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eoltrading
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eoltrading  

Hi,

I have read this topic https://www.mql5.com/en/articles/690#NVidia that deals with using OPENCL to use gpu for computations , 

However , it has  been written in 2013 , so i guess supported hardware is not up to date,

My graphic card is a RTX 2060 , i have downloaded latest drivers but mt5 do not seems to recognize my graphic card; If i've read well the topic , it says concerning nvidia , we just have to download the latest driver for it to be recognize in mt5, so ,can someone help me about this ?

How to Install and Use OpenCL for Calculations
How to Install and Use OpenCL for Calculations
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It has been over a year since it became possible to write programs for OpenCL in MQL5. Entries of any OpenCL devices found can now be seen in the Journal at the MetaTrader 5 terminal launch, as shown below. In this case, the MetaTrader 5 terminal has detected 4 methods available to launch OpenCL directly from an MQL5 program: a graphics card...
Nelson Wanyama
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Nelson Wanyama  
eoltrading:

Hi,

I have read this topic https://www.mql5.com/en/articles/690#NVidia that deals with using OPENCL to use gpu for computations , 

However , it has  been written in 2013 , so i guess supported hardware is not up to date,

My graphic card is a RTX 2060 , i have downloaded latest drivers but mt5 do not seems to recognize my graphic card; If i've read well the topic , it says concerning nvidia , we just have to download the latest driver for it to be recognize in mt5, so ,can someone help me about this ?

I'm also stuck trying to figure this out. A custom OpenCL code works, yet the performance test code fails. 

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