Try installing the AMD APP sdk, for Ubuntu and try building and running some of the examples:
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AMD APP SDK will not help since the desired GPU is from nVidia.
To work with OpenCL on your card, you should install some version of CUDA. For example, in this book you can read how to proceed further (it contains also installation notes in the appendix). Some useful books may be found, for example, here.
In general, the questions related to nVidia graphics and SDK would be better to ask at nVidia's forum...
Your answer is not correct . AMD and nVidia cards implement ICD client drivers, so AMD SDK will work with nVidia cards. CUDA is a completely different language.
Yes, you are right. It should work with AMD APP SDK. I have never thought about this...
But CUDA installation also contains OpenCL tools, beside actual CUDA:
> ls /usr/local/cuda/include/CL/
cl_ext.h cl_gl_ext.h cl_gl.h cl.h cl_platform.h opencl.h
> ls -l /usr/local/cuda/lib64/ | grep 'OpenCL'
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 25840 May 25 19:55 libOpenCL.so