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Please note that the Intel® controllers that support at this point the OpenGL 4.0 and OpenCL 1.1 are the Intel® HD Graphics 4000 and the Intel® HD Graphics 2500.
I am afraid that 3rd generation processors are the only ones that support this features due to the internal design. This is the reason the Intel® HD 3000 supports OpenGL 3.1 only.
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Thanks for your reply. So as I understood, the OpenGL 4.0 support as well as OpenCL GPU part is impossible for 2nd generation cards even if the developers really wanted to ?
What about full Support up to OpenGL 3.3, is that possible (right now in EVEREST it shows 70% up from OpenGL 3.1 (3.2 and 3.3)(for OpenGL 4.0 it shows 15% support) ?
Thanks for your effort answering these questions (I hope this will be the last one).
Please note that the design of the 3rd generation processors makes them support the OpenGL 4.1 and OpenCL 1.1.
I am afraid the design of the internal components limits the support of these features in the Graphics Controller.