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Use VTune amplifier system 2016 for HelloOpenCL GPU application analysis

Prerequisite:

You are recommended to learn how to use VTune to perform a profiling first before reading this article. If you don’t know how to do it, you may refer the tutorial documents first to understand basics in VTune.

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  • Intermediate
  • Intel® System Studio
  • OpenCL*
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  • Graphics
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    Intel® Inspector Tutorials

    Intel® Inspector is a dynamic memory and threading error checking tool for users developing serial and multithreaded applications on Windows* and Linux* operating systems. This page describes available tutorials to help you get started.
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  • Microsoft Windows* (XP, Vista, 7)
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  • Intel® System Studio
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  • What To Do When You See the Message “Maximum Number of Activations Exceeded”

    What to do when you see the message “Maximum number of activations exceeded”: 'Named-user’ license provisions in the Intel software EULA (version March 2015) have changed to only allow an Intel® Software Development Product to be installed on a certain number of systems. If you see this error message during product activation (for example on a Windows* system) you have already reached the maximum number of installations per product and system. Please click 'OK' in the error window and 'Cancel' in the installer window to cancel installation. Please proceed as follows:
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  • How to Find the Host ID for the Named-User License

    The Named-user license for the Intel® Parallel Studio XE and Intel® System Studio products require that you provide host ID information for the host computer that you install the materials on. The host ID is a system-level identifier on supported platforms used to generate a license file with specific host ID information for use only on the specified host computer. Refer to the information below for help identifying the host ID for supported platforms.
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