Graphics Frame analyzer has checkbox with HLSL, DXBC and ISA options. When I select ISA it shows me
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Is there any way to see the ISA?
First of all, thank you for using Intel® Graphics Performance Analyzers for your profiling and optimization needs. I'm sorry you're running into issues looking as your shader ISA. Could you first send me the About Info for your frame by copying the info from the icon in the top right corner. You can either copy this information or save it to a file and attach it to your response. Make sure you have the frame in question open so I get the details of it as well.
File Name: test_2018_04_26__18_29_58
App Name: test.exe
API: DirectX 11.1
Capture GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970 (0x13c2)
Frame Number: 280
Capture/Playback System Information
Name: Windows 10 (build 16299)
Windows Developer Mode enabled
Secure Boot/Trusted Boot is disabled
Cores count: 4
Version: American Megatrends Inc. F7
Version: Version 84.04.36.00.2F
GPU #1 Information:
Name: AMD Radeon HD 7700 Series
Vendor id: 0x1002
Product id: 0x683D
Driver Version: 23.20.15025.1004
Driver Date: 2-19-2018
GPU #2 Information:
Name: Intel(R) HD Graphics 4600
Vendor id: 0x8086
Product id: 0x412
Driver Version: 184.108.40.20635
Driver Date: 10-16-2017
GPU #3 Information:
Name: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970
Vendor id: 0x10DE
Product id: 0x13C2
Driver Version: 220.127.116.1124
Driver Date: 3-15-2018
Memory: 16239 MB
Screen: 3840x2160, 32 bit
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If you are playing the frame capture back on Intel® hardware, the ISA should automatically be present when selecting it from the dropdown menu. Make sure you select Intel® hardware before opening the frame, as it is potentially defaulting to your AMD* GPU. You cannot change the playback hardware once the frame is open, you will have to go back to the home screen, then select the GPU, then open the frame.
I select Intel GPU before opening playback. Moreover, if I select AMD GPU frame analyzer shows me GCN ISA.
Could you possibly send me screenshots of what exactly you're seeing? Feel free to block out anything you don't want to share or send it to me as a private message.
Hi Giselle, here it is
So I notice that hotspot mode is also not showing up in the top-left corner... are you able to see the 3D Pipeline on the right-hand side of the window? Where metrics are also presented?
I have just reset to default layout, and now I can see metrics.
Looking at these screenshots, it looks like you are not playing back on Intel hardware. I say this because the hotspot mode button and 3D pipeline view are both missing. Both of these features are Intel hardware specific.
Can you send me a screenshot of the main menu (before you open the frame)?
here it is
I tried another PC, and here 3D Pipeline is available, but ISA is still missing. And looks like hotspot button is missing too
Another one PC, here ISA is available. I see difference between "About info". On my PC there is no line "Supports GPA Instrumentation", another two PCs has it. Maybe ISA availability depends on GPU model and/or driver version?
My PC has HD Graphics 4600 with driver 18.104.22.16835.
Second one PC has HD Graphics 520 with driver 22.214.171.12434
Third one - UHD Graphics 630 with driver 126.96.36.19901. This one has the latest driver and GPU and ISA is available
Nice catch! The two other GFX cards do have out of date drivers. The HD 520 should be on the same version as your UHD 630, and the 4600 should be on version 188.8.131.5263, this is the latest driver version for that GFX card. I would recommend downloading the new drivers for each out of date graphics card. Let me know if this fixes the issue.