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I don't have Broadwell hardware in front of me yet so can you tell me which fine-grain SVM capabilities are supported in the latest driver on Gen8 devices? Just FINE_GRAIN_BUFFER?
If FINE_GRAIN_SYSTEM is supported then can an 8-16GB host address space be shared?
The OpenCL 2.0 SVM article does a nice job summarizing the capability bits. Can you list which are supported in the .4080 driver and which might eventually be supported?
I asked a similar question last year and want to know if there is any way to coax the compiler into mapping "vectorized" code onto the IGP?
More specifically, I'd like to launch a workgroup where each work item is a SIMD4 or SIMD4x2 vector and the number of vector registers per work item might approach 128.
I want to learn how to build native OpenCL kernel by assembly and load this kernel. I am already able to generate assembly by the OpenCL kernel and compile it then:
ioc64 -cmd=build -input=kernel.cl -device=co -asm=file.s icc -mmic -c file.s -o kernel
But how do I load this kernel into OpenCL runtime. My current approach did not work:
I am implementing a number of kernels. I have a requirement that these are built into a single .ir. However. I would like to keep my kernels in separate .cl files.
Is it possible, via ioc32 cmd line, to build separate cl files into a single .ir
i installed "intel_code_builder_for_opencl_2015_ubuntu_126.96.36.199_x64.tgz" on Ubuntu Linux.
My CPU is an Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Duo CPU T8300.
I cannot find out whether the drivers support this CPU or not based on the documentation. It only states Intel® CoreTM Processors.
I successfully get a plattform id and device id. I also can query the device capabilities with clGetDeviceInfo. Also clGetDeviceInfo reports true for CL_DEVICE_AVAILABLE.
But clCreateContext fails with CL_DEVICE_NOT_AVAILABLE.
So is this CPU supported?
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