Intel® Energy Checker SDK

Adding Intel® Energy Checker SDK Instrumentation to Your Application-a POV-Ray* Instrumentation Tutorial

Learn how to add Intel® Energy Checker SDK instrumentation to your application and how to quantitatively measure energy. We used POV-Ray*, a popular open source ray-tracing application, to illustrate the benefits of using the Energy Checker SDK.
  • Windows*
  • Intel® Energy Checker SDK
  • Povray
  • Energy Checker
  • Power Efficiency
  • Ultrabook™ и Intel® Energy Checker SDK

    Intel® Energy Checker SDK может быть использован при разработке приложений для сбора данных о том, какие компоненты потребляют больше всего электроэнергии и нуждаются в оптимизации.
  • Windows*
  • Intel® Energy Checker SDK
  • ultrabook
  • Mobility
  • Designing Application Software for Energy-efficient Performance

    Personal computers are designed to be in processor idle 75% of the time but in fact might more realistically be estimated to be idle in excess of 90% of the time because of the effects of imposed waits for user input, server response, and resource availab
  • Intel AppUp® Developers
  • Partners
  • Server
  • Windows*
  • Intel® Energy Checker SDK
  • Battery Life analyzer
  • Parallel Computing
  • Power Efficiency
  • Intel® Energy Checker SDK

    Intel® Energy Checker SDK - это мощный инструмент для оптимизации и оценки энергоэффективности приложений, позволяющий получить целый набор необходимых показателей.
  • Android*
  • Android*
  • Windows*
  • Intel® Energy Checker SDK
  • Mobility
  • Accessing Intel® Power Gadget from Intel® Energy Checker SDK

    Intel® Power Gadget 2.0 can be associated with the Intel® Energy Checker SDK (Intel EC SDK). Used as an ESRV* DAQ module**, the Intel® Power Gadget can provide processor average power (Watt), cumulative energy consumed (Joule) and instantaneous frequency (MHz) as counters. These counter’s values can then be read by any application using the SDK API or monitored with SDK tools.

    Using the Intel® Energy Checker SDK at Home

    For my third blog entry on the Intel® Energy Checker SDK, I will take on a two-part DIY and super fun project. I always wanted to extend the use of the SDK into my home and be able to monitor my personal energy consumption. As an engineer, I live by the motto: “you cannot manage what you cannot measure”. Isn’t the electric bill all about that, one may ask? Sure, it is a good year-to-year and month-to-month trend indicator and it will likely fit the needs of most of us for a while. However, using my bill, I cannot break down my energy consumption per function.

    Subscribe to Intel® Energy Checker SDK