Download this guide (see Article Attachments, below) to learn how to identify performance issues on software running on the 3rd generation Intel® Core™ processor family (based on Intel® Microarchitecture Codename Ivy Bridge). The guide explains the new Intel Microarchitecture Codename Ivy Bridge – General Exploration Analysis viewpoint available in Intel® VTune™ Amplifier XE. It also walks through some of the most common performance issues that the VTune Amplifier XE interface highlights, what each issue means, and some suggested ways to fix them.
How to get Intel System Studio 2014 - Windows* Host package?
Upon registering for the program you will receive a serial number and email with a license file. You will need either of these two to complete the installation process. If you want to use the license file you can point to it during install, but you can also copy it to C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Intel\Licenses\for automatic pickup by the installer.
Execute one of the installer executable.
Topic: - How to install Intel® System Studio 2014 on Windows* OS
Objective: - This article is focused on explaining step wise as “How to install Intel® System Studio 2014 on Windows* OS”.
Installation: - After downloading Intel® System Studio 2014 – Windows* Host from Intel® registration center (https://registrationcenter.intel.com), please go ahead and follow below mentioned steps:-
Intel® System Studio 2014 (and later)
Intel® C++ Compiler 14.0 (and later)
The compiler support for the Intel® Core™ Processors is of course common to all Intel Architecture (IA). Prior to the launch of the 4th Generation Intel® Core™ Processors (codenamed "Haswell"), the Intel C++ Compiler has been enabled to use and to optimize for:
By Chris Walley, Director, Escapist Games Ltd.
Escapist Games Limited recently collaborated with Intel to enhance their popular Star Chart application to take advantage of the latest Intel® chipsets and devices. This included tailoring Star Chart for the 3rd generation Intel® Core™ processor on Ultrabook™ devices and the Intel® Atom™ processor on tablet devices. During development, Escapist Games was able to give valuable feedback to Intel on the efficacy of the sensors and hardware in a real-world software use scenario.