Sorry for repost, my goal wasn't to be on the top of the list xd. I just thought this wasn't the good place for this question but finally, I don't really see where else I could post it if not here. ;)
I'm new to GPU programming. I have played around with CPU assembly programming like Nasm, Tasm or Masm, but I'm really curious to know how GPU works now. However, i'm quite confused when I look on internet. I've heard about Cuda and OpenCL, but it is not what I'm looking for. I'd like to know how GPUs instructions are in RAM... What are the Nasm and Masm for most GPUs? What is the x86 or Z80 of GPUs (What are the different families of GPU)? Do you know a constructor opcodes reference manual? I think I really need something to compare between the two Processing Units to make it clear, because GPU assembly programming seems to be an even harder subject to learn from on internet that CPU asm programming. I've also read that "NVIDIA never released details on the instructions actually understood by their hardware", but it seems pretty surprising to me. Full post there: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/4660974/how-to-create-or-manipulate-gpu-assembler?newreg=e31519279ce949f087df6322dbf2bf4d
Thanks for your help!