User Guide

  • 2020.4
  • 12/10/2020
  • Public Content

Window: Platform View

To access this window, select the trace for analysis in the Open Trace Capture window, and then click
, or double-click on the trace preview.
Platform View
window graphically represents a distribution of performance data over time.
In the Platform view, you can review concurrent execution of all your application threads, as well as correlate CPU and GPU activity.
Displays the opened trace file name.
Displays the opened trace data, notifications, opens the Intel® GPA User Guide, restores the default view, and changes the Intel® GPA color scheme.
Filters tracks, shows event duration, zooms to the selection and zooms out.
Visualizes the opened trace content.
Lists the opened trace file content.
Synchronization Flow Graph
The arrows reveal event dependencies on the timeline. Identify inefficient events synchronization leading to incomplete GPU load. To see the graphs, click one of the objects.
Red arrows demonstrate parent-child relationships between events.
Green arrows connect synchronization objects in UMD Driver Queues (Device Context Pane) and CPU threads. They also show synchronization points between objects.
If you want to see several dependencies at a time, press and hold CTRL and pick objects by clicking.
This feature is only available on Windows* hosts.
Shows detailed information about the selection in the Trace Viewer pane.
The pane is only visible when any event or group of events is selected, unless the
Aggregated selection summary
is enabled in the
See Also

Product and Performance Information


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