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When using Intel GPA, using the latest version of the graphics drivers ensures that you are getting the most accurate metrics when analyzing and optimizing your game or graphic-intensive application.
Once you connect the System Analyzer or Graphics Frame Analyzer to the target device, the Application List window displays two groups of applications available on your device:
Use the Show Wireframe override mode for visual debugging or to visualize a high concentration of geometry primitives in the scene.
This override can help you identify how many redundant geometry items are drawn to the scene. The override is different from other override modes, because it is not used to determine whether the game performance improves; however, it can help you understand how to improve performance.
To load Trace Analyzer trace data:
- Launch the Trace Analyzer.
The Trace Analyzer window opens. The navigation pane on the left displays characteristics of the captured Trace Analyzer trace files.
Generate a CSV file containing the collected metrics data.
<filename.csv> - the name of the output CSV file.
Use this option to specify the name of the output file containing the collected metrics data. You can only write metrics data to a CSV file.