To access this pane:
Open the CPU Frequency viewpoint provided for the data collected with CPU Frequency analysis type.
The CPU Frequencies window opens providing the CPU Frequencies pane on top.
Use this pane to explore the performance data for a CPU per metric. The CPU Frequencies pane includes the following basic elements:
Power analysis is provided by the VTune Amplifier for Systems only. To analyze applications on Linux* target systems, run the CPU Sleep States or CPU Frequency analysis types from the VTune Amplifier GUI or CLI installed on the Linux or Windows* host. To analyze applications on Android* devices, use the Intel Energy Profiler (SoCWatch/WuWatch) to run the analysis directly on the device. You can view collected data either in the text-only mode on the device or import and view the data in the VTune Amplifier GUI nstalled on the host system.
Grouping Levels (Granularities)
Each row corresponds to a grouping level (granularity). For the CPU Frequency analysis results, available grouping levels are Core (default) and Package/Core. You can change the grouping level using the Grouping drop-down menu at the top of the CPU Frequencies pane.
By default, the performance data in the table is sorted in the descending order providing the most performance-critical cores first. Each data column in the table corresponds to a performance metric.
The CPU Frequencies pane displays the data per the following metrics:
Mouse over the column header to see the metric description.