I want to use half precision floats on Knights Landing. However, I find the half-floats really have very poor performance. Does anyone know the reason?
Hi all and thanks to help,
I write in Fortran a stupid program that implements a dot product between two arrays , one in double precision and the other changing the datatype.
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I compiled code use ICC for mic, get error message.
What is the mean?
Error: 'pmovmskb' is not supported on 'k1om'
My sample code like this:
#pragma offload_attribute(push, target(mic))
#define __INTEL_COMPILER_USE_INTRINSIC_PROTOTYPES 1
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I wanted to run a Fortran code on one coprocessor of Xeon Phi.