Can Intel I7 3rd or 4rd genration run OpenCl on GPU processor graphics


I'm using  Intel I7 3rd and 4rd.

(I'm using Linux)

I dont have an external GPU, so I intend to use the GPU on the processor.

-- Can I run OpenCL code on the processor's GPU ?

-- If not, which programming language can I use to run on  processor's GPU ?


Local Memory read/writes fail on Surface Pro 3 i5 GPU


I would like to report a problem I discovered when running clFFT on Surface Pro i5 GPU Driver Version Driver Date 5/22/2015. After some tedious investigation I think I could boil the problem down to local memory read/write synchronization failures if specific memory access patterns are used.

Tested devices where the problem does not exist (I ran the same kernel on those devices): Surface 3 (non pro) GPU and CPU, MacBookPro 11,3 dedicated Nvidia GPU, Surface Pro i5 CPU. The problem only exists on Surface Pro i5 GPU.

OpenCL will not install!!!

So I downloaded the OpenCL driver for Windows 7 64bit and also for my i7-4790k with Hd 4600 Graphics. When I go to install it a little window pops up and says my pc does not meet minimum requirements. 



System CPU : I7-4790K @ Stock, CPU Cooler: Noctua NH-D15, Motherboard: Asus Sabertooth Mark 2, RAM: 16 GB G.Skill Sniper Series @ 1866MHz, GPU: GeForce GTX 980 ACX 2.0, Storage: Samsung 120GB 840 EVO, WD Cavier Black 1TB, Psu: Corsair HX 750w, Case: Fractal Design r4 Black Pearl Window, OS: Windows 7 64bit Home Premium

Questions about Intel's opencl platform

I'm new to Intel's opencl platform, but have read good things about its performance.

I need to know if I am compatible with your platform, b4 venturing in too deep.

I use Ubuntu 14.04 x64. My card is a radeon Curacao Pro R9 270 2 GB, and my CPU is AMD FX 8320 8-core with 8 GB memory. Unfortunately, I cannot find a working opencl debugger from AMD (CodeXL 1.7 doesn't work and i cannot find earlier releases). So I was wandering if your platform could generate code for this setup, and if Code Builder could debug it.


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