Intel® Graphics Performance Analyzers (Intel® GPA) provide a solution for graphics analysis and optimization that can help you improve the performance of games and other graphics-intensive Microsoft DirectX*, Apple Metal*, and OpenGL*, and Android OpenGL ES* applications.
Intel® GPA is available on Windows*, macOS*, and Ubuntu* hosts. To analyze DirectX* applications, you can only use Intel® GPA on Windows* hosts. OpenGL* desktop targets are supported on Ubuntu* and macOS* hosts. Metal* desktop applications are only supported on macOS hosts.
Select Your Host System to Get Started:
System Analysis: Understand High-Level Performance Profile of Your Game
|Learn more about system analysis on different hosts: Windows (Windows | Android apps), macOS (macOS | Android apps), Ubuntu (Ubuntu | Android apps)|
Frame Analysis: Pinpoint Performance Bottlenecks within a Frame
|Learn more about frame analysis on different hosts: Windows (Windows | Android apps), macOS (macOS | Android apps), and Ubuntu (Ubuntu | Android apps)|
Platform Analysis: Visualize the Interaction of Your App and its Threads across all CPUs and the GPU
|Learn more about platform analysis on the Windows host (Windows apps)|
Training and Documentation
To learn more about the product, see the following resources:
|Get access to Intel® GPA videos and tutorials.|
|Learn about Intel® GPA new features and supported system configurations.|
|View documentation for all the Intel® GPA features.|
|Ask your questions about Intel® GPA and get help and support.|
|View full documentation library for this and other Intel® software products.|
|Get Started with Intel® System Studio.|
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