Ya let's do that. Nothing like a windows display driver model type scheduler with a frikkin massively parallel device putting your system to sleep taking memory lockout and schedule dirt naps.

Is it cool if a program wants to use it. Ya. Cause it will speed things up but you can't multiask it very well. If you put this in kernel stuff it's going to be a nightmare.
If they try to use on very much stuff it's going to make everything an unbearable type of slow.

I just don't understand the whole concept of promising speed ups so you can slow things down and sell more rediculously overpowered hardware.

They are in your linux. Infesting it with windows 7 taint.