Intel® Graphics Performance Analyzers (Intel® GPA) provide a solution for graphics analysis and optimization that can help you improve the performance of games and other graphics-intensive Microsoft DirectX*, Apple Metal*, Vulkan, and OpenGL* applications.
Intel® GPA is available on Windows*, macOS*, and Ubuntu* hosts. To analyze DirectX* applications, you can only use Intel® GPA on Windows* hosts. OpenGL* desktop targets are supported on Ubuntu* and macOS* hosts. Metal* desktop applications are only supported on macOS hosts. To analyze Vulkan* applications, use Intel® GPA on Windows* or Ubuntu* hosts.
Choose your target application type:
To profile a desktop application, the tools must be installed on the system where your application runs (target system). If you want to profile an application remotely, install the tools on both host and target systems.
Make sure you have the following software installed:
- Intel® GPA tools
For detailed system requirements, see the Release Notes.
Step 1. Launch your Desktop application for analysis
Learn more about modifying analysis settings.
Step 2. Run high-level system analysis
Learn more about system analysis.
Step 3. Perform frame analysis for GPU-bound applications
Learn more about frame analysis.
Training and Documentation
To learn more about the product, see the following resources:
|Get access to Intel® GPA videos and tutorials.|
|Learn about Intel® GPA new features and supported system configurations.|
|View documentation for all the Intel® GPA features.|
|Ask your questions about Intel® GPA and get help and support.|
|View full documentation library for this and other Intel® software products.|
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