I tried compiling the following kernel with the last version of OpenCL SDK:
__kernel void pipe_producer (__write_only pipe float rng_pipe)
And got the following errors:
1:3:30: error: expected parameter declarator
1:3:43: error: expected ')'
1:3:29: note: to match this '('
Can you tell why ?
I stumbled on some interesting behaviour w.r.t. allocating memory that I was hoping someone could shed some light on. I've written a simple program that shows the behaviour (I'm happy to provide it, but I imagine the behaviour might differ across systems based on the available memory).
my specs are:
GPU: Intel HD 5500
OS: Windows 10
Driver Version: 10.18.15.4281
Host memory: 8 GB
I'm trying to download the Intel® SDK for OpenCL™ Applications tool and can't get past the registration form to download it. I fill in the relevant details, click submit and the page goes blank. I've tried on both Chrome and IE, but no luck. Can anyone get me a working download link or something?
Can you provide a simple host + kernel code that demonstrates pipes ?
I have the mac mini, cpu is intel i7-4578U with Intel Iris 51000 whose max clock is 1275MHz. I find that GPU has been locked the clock, GPU clock is 750MHz. So I install the window OS in the mac mini. I found that the GPU clock just boost 800MHz when I run the OpenCL code, But for the oridinarily using, GPU can boost to the max clock. My question is that why the GPU can't boost to the max clock when I run the OpenCL code ?
I am very new to OpenCl. I need to write a packet processing program in OpenCl using GPU. Program is supposed to get some packets from sockets, checks their headers, does the match/action and outputs them on the correct outgoing socket. I have no idea how to do it. Could you please give me a hint on how I can implement such a program in OpenCl?
Thank you so much in advance,
I have got Ubuntu 14.04(32-bit) and intel-i3.
I find OpenCL only for Ubuntu (64-bit).
Where can I find version OpenCL for my environment?
- Hardware: Gigabyte Brix GB-BXi7-4770R
- CPU info: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-4770R CPU @ 3.20GHz (Gigabyte Brix)
- GPU: Intel Iris Pro 5200 (integrated)
- OS: Linux CentOS 7.1
- Kernel: 3.10.0-229.el7.centos.intel.sr1.x86_64 (patched with the patch 'kernel-3.10.0-229.patch' included in 'intel-opencl-1.2-1.0-47971.tar.gz' following the instructions in 'intel-opencl-1.2-installation-external.pdf')
- Compiled the intel OpenCL samples using gcc 4.8.3
- The first sample 'CapBasic' runs without errors and generates the following output:
Can Intel OpenCL SDK support ATOM(Bay Trail, Cherry Trail and Apollo Lake) GPU computing, in Windows and Linux OS?
If it can support ATOM GPU computing, how to create OpenCL develop environment on Windows and Linux OS?