Please tell me what kinds of CPU/GPU or Accelerator for PC is workable with Intel OpenCL SDK 1.5.
The Intel OpenCL SDK 1.5 is Intel implementation of OpenCL for Intel processors. It support only CPU devices.For more information on supported processors see:Release NotesRegards,- Arnon Peleg@IntelOpenCL
Dear Sir,Thank you for your advice. I can see the result of the sample programs workable with Intel OpenCL SDK 1.5 on my Lenovo PC with intel CORE i5.Regards,---------------Noriko ETANI
Does Intel OpenCL support/utilize Quick Sync Video of the 2nd generationCore i(x) processors?
Hi,Pure interoperability with Quick Sync Video is not available on 2nd Gen Intel Core processors,But, we do provide a sample that demonstrate OpenCL interop with Media SDK on the CPU side,See at: http://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/vcsource-samples-opencl-and-intel-media-sdk/Regards,Arnon
Thank you for the information.
Does the embeddedIntel HD Graphics 3000 chip supportGPGPU extensions anyway, either using OpenCL or AMP?
No,See details in the FAQ page as well as in this thread.Arnon
Hi,My PC's specification is as follows:-----------------PC: ShuttleCPU: Intel CORE i7GPU: AMD Radeon HD 6700 seriesOS: Windows 7 Professional Service Pack 1Development Tool: Microsoft Visual Studio 2010------------------Six samples of Intel OpenCL SDK 1.5 are workable in my PC without GPU.Can "clCreateContextFromType()" in this SDK API use a platform(CPU) and a device(GPU), and make them availableto create the OpneCL context not only on a CPU, but also on a GPU?Can a kernel program work not only on a CPU, but also on a GPU separetely?Regards,Noriko ETANI
Intel implementation of OpenCL supports kernel excution on CPU only as Arnon mentioned.AMD and Nvidia implementations of OpenCLdo support kernel excution on GPU as well as on CPU.
Hi, TamerThank you for your advice. I can confirm the difference between Intel OpenCL and AMD/Nvidia OpenCL.Regards,Noriko ETANI