If I am reading the 14.1 release notes correctly, the Xeon E5 should be able to run the GPU without a display driver installed. If I had an E3, it would be CPU only. Is that correct? And If, how do I get to it. After the release notes, I have what I am getting.
This runtime is tested on the following processors:
- Intel Xeon® Processor E5 Product Family
The OpenCL Runtime 14.1 provides only OpenCL CPU device support on the following processors:
- Intel Xeon Processor E3 Family
To enable GPU device support on the aforementioned processors, install the Intel Graphics driver.
I'm trying to see how OpenCL rendering would work on a server. We have a Dell t5610 with a Xeon E5, which should be similar to the server chips.
The processor string is: Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5-2609 v2 @ 2.50GHz
I cannot get a GPU from the Intel OpenCL platform.
What I get is:
OpenGL version 4.3.0 - NVIDIA Corporation - Quadro K2000/PCIe/SSE2
Platform idx 0 id = 04F26C20 name = NVIDIA CUDA V.1.1 nGPUdevices 1 CPU 0 All 1
Platform idx 1 id = 03695BE8 name = Intel(R) OpenCL V.1.2 nGPUdevices 0 CPU 1 All 1
When I run the same thing on my laptop with a Intel(R) Core(TM) i3-3120M
OpenGL version 4.0.0 - Build 10.18.10.3621 - Intel - Intel(R) HD Graphics 4000
Platform idx 0 id = 027EA068 name = Intel(R) OpenCL V.1.2 nGPUdevices 1 CPU 1 All 2
Device id = 03E1401C name = Intel(R) HD Graphics 4000 - Intel(R) Corporation OpenCL 1.2 10.18.10.3621
Thanks for any help! -Jan