And even if they work (not fail by Init / Build erros) results fail.
EDIT: I attached the Displacement (fluid simulation) OpenCL benchmark (FPS). Use S to switch between 2 modes
Usage: Start terminal, cd drag&drop folder of the app into terminal ENTER, drag& drop app into terminal ENTER
So i compiled (old ) Galaxies again, removed VSYNC and compiled for 10.7 + 10.8
Works here for me even with 10.8 , but may fail with other gpus running 10.8.
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Usage, very easy: Galaxies starts up in GPU Mode, you can switch by key s to cpu single / cpu multicore and back to gpu only. ESC quits
The mode change (key s) takes some time - mostly a few seconds !
Info: Galaxies uses the number of 65K (65536) as default for the star count.
The more stars the more cpu+gpu load. Fast gpu may get a bit more Gigaflops if they use more stars , use 81920 or even higher
262144, than default.
HOW TO CHANGE NUMBER OF STARS COMPUTED (may increase GigaFlops):
Finder show package content on Galaxis
Drag & Drop galaxies (black icon) in terminal
81920 ENTER (be sure to have an space between galaxies and the 80K number, max is
Slow gpus may not get any more Gigaflops by increasing the number - but the simulation itself will be shown very slow - takes much time to see the nice star movings.
You can use in this case better 32768 , which speeds up the simulation compared to the 65K or 80K.
Galaxies, as OpenCL bench takes much cpu load - so i recommended in the past better use Luxmark or OceanWave (both stopped working with 10.8) for OpenCL benching.
MSI 7970 = 1744 Gigaflops 10.8.3 beta ! pole position
Nvidia 660ti = 1024 Gigaflops
AMD 5870 (Mac) = 861 Gigaflops , 10.7
AMD 5870 = 860 Gigaflops Snow Leopard 10.6.8
GTX 570 OCed = 816 Gigaflops OS X 10.8GTX 580 = 726 Gigaflops / 748 Gigaflops with more stars OS X 10.8
AMD HD 6870 = 555 Gigaflops ( 10.7 = 621 Gigaflops) OS X 10.8
MacPro AMD 5770 = 428 Gigaflops 10.7
AMD HD6850 = 423 Gigaflops 10.7
EVGA GTX460 SC = 421 Gigaflops, OS X 10.8iMac 2011 3,1 GHz HD 6970M 1GB = 355 Gigaflops 10.7
ZOTAC GeForce GTX 260 = 331 Gigaflops 10.7
Nvidia 8800GT = 230 Gigaflops
Nvidia 9800GT = 201 Gigaflops 10.7
iMac 2011, 2,5 GHz HD 6750 = 155 Gigaflops 10.7Nvidia 9600 GT gpu = 114 Gigaflops (10.7 = 132 Gigaflops) OS X 10.8 , 65K
MacBookPro HD 6490M = 76 Gigaflops 10.7
MacBookPro Nvidia 330M = 69 Gigaflops 10.7
GTX 570 OCed max. 412 fps 10.8
GTX 580 max. 409 fps
9600 GT max. 105 fps 10.7 / max 94 fps 10.8
Updated 22. feb: scaling Gigaflops meter 1024 / shows number of stars computed beside gpu name