Intel® VTune™ Amplifier XE 2013
Intel® VTune™ Amplifier XE is an easy to use performance and thread profiler for C, C++, C#, Fortran, Java and MPI developers. No special recompiles are needed, just start profiling. Hotspots are highlighted on the source. A powerful timeline makes it easy to tune your application and scale performance on multicore processors.
New for Update 12!
- OpenCL* kernels tracing on Intel® Processor Graphics (Windows* only)
- Fedora* 19 support (Linux* only)
- Graphical User Interface (GUI) install (via special install script) (Linux* only)
- Bug fixes
Installer for Intel® Vtune™ Amplifier XE 2013 Update 12 for Linux*
Installer for Intel® Vtune™ Amplifier XE 2013 Update 12 for Windows*
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If your application uses OpenCL™ on Intel® Processor Graphics you can analyze GPU computing efficiency with VTune Amplifier XE by tracing of OpenCL™ kernels execution on GPU. To know OpenCL kernels execution time, monitor performance of each kernel per GPU metrics and identify hotspot kernels, select the Trace OpenCL kernels on Processor Graphics option while configuring a new analysis. When collection and post-processing is complete and the result is open, click to the Graphics tab to see details of GPU activity, also correlated with CPU processes and threads. Use grid groupings “Computing tasks (GPU)“ or “Source Computing Task (GPU)” to see average values of GPU hardware metrics aggregated per kernels or their instances. Timeline shows kernel instances within a thread submitted them. For more information please refer to the “GPU Analysis” and “Analyzing Applications Using Intel® HD Graphics” topics in the product help.
Now on you can install the VTune Amplifier XE on Linux* via graphical user interface by invoking install_GUI.sh script. The flow is identical to the command line install, but allows easier understanding and configuring of available install options.