Hi I've installed both CPU and GPU Intel OpenCL drivers on a x86_64 machine running Ubuntu 16.10 and I've encountered an unexplainable (yet) behaviour on my OpenCL project.
CPU: Intel Core i5 4670K Quad Core
Integrated Graphics: HD 4600
Hi,My idea is to use external graphic card for connecting monitor ang IGP HD 4000 (on CI7-3770) or HD3000 (on CI7-2600) for parallel computing support using OpenCL. Is it possible?
Hi I have some questions:*More OS support: Win 64 support and Linux*Is this release capable of generating AVX code either via autovectorization or using float8 for example*Can we expect to have Int
Though I am glad to see that Intel have released an OpenCL compiler, I am disappointed that it currently only runs on Windows platforms; my research is in HPC, and all of the systems that we use ru
Is there a way to get only the OCL CPU runtime (without the libs, incldude, samples, etc)
I had a code which converts big endian integer to little endian like this:
b = as_int(as_char4(b).wzyx);
My opencl code was running much slower than it should, i was surprised to find out that clz function (count-leading-zeroes) was the culprit.