NVIDIA's OpenCL drivers are now publicly available, developers interested in testing them can download them over here. These drivers also include OpenCL Visual Profiler, an analysis tool designed to help developers fix performance bottlenecks.
NVIDIA has released the industry’s first publicly available OpenCL GPU drivers for Windows and Linux, as well as an OpenCL Visual Profiler and SDK code samples. Now available on the OpenCL downloads page.
As a processor company, NVIDIA enthusiastically supports all languages and API’s that enable developers to access the parallel processing power of the GPU. In addition to OpenCL and NVIDIA’s CUDA C extensions, there are other programming models available: Last fall Microsoft provided a compute shader model in their latest DirectX Software Development Kit. Besides these GPU computing offerings there is also a Fortran language solution recently available in early access from The Portland Group.