Please see the release notes and excerpt below for details.
The 188.8.131.5222 has been posted to Intel Download Center at the following direct links to the drivers:
Researched and written by Petrik Clarberg1, Robert Toth1, Jon Hasselgren1, Jim Nilsson1, Tomas Akenine-Möller1, 2
Intel Corporation1, Lund University2
In the course of daily life, little can feel harmonious. We deal with work stress, hectic schedules, commutes, families, and time constraints to fit everything in. We try to remember the importance of incorporating ways to de-stress. Some people enjoy getting lost in a book. Others make time early each morning for exercise. But most of us have a diverse set of interests that we make time for – just as an escape.
You get a certain feeling of warmth when tuning into old family home movies. Beyond watching a parent as a young child or even seeing your grandparent in younger days, is just the vintage-style of it all transforming us to another time in the life of our family. Life somehow seemed simpler then, and it’s fun to set aside an evening where a group gets together just to view such videos.
In this article, we introduce an easy optimization methodology that includes Intel® Cilk™ Plus and Intel® C++ Compiler based on the performance analysis using Intel® VTune amplifier. Intel® System Studio 2015 that containes the mentioned components was used for this article.
Is the maximum size for OpenCL only 80 MB ?
First, CPU allocates the memory using aligned_malloc().
CPU then does some processing on the memory, then OpenCL kernel is executed on GEN GPU.
Before OpenCL execution on GEN, clCreateBuffer() is executed using CL_MEM_USE_HOST_PTR flag.
OpenCL kernel on GEN will do some stuff and write results on the memory, then CPU will postprocess the memory.
I saw an earlier post saying that you cant run programs on an Nvidia GPU using Intel OpenCL
So I just wanted to ask whether this is still true or not. (e.g. I would like to run the General Matrix Multiply Example on my Nvidia GTX 970)
At times, there’s an irony in the fact that technology is continually being developed and evolving to make our lives easier. In most cases, that is absolutely true. But on a given day when you are frustrated with something not operating up to your expectations (user error, or not), that probably feels far from accurate.