Saturday, July 16, 2011

Intel Graphics Performance Analyzers 4.1

Intel Graphics Performance Analyzers 4.1

On the 11 June 2011, Intel released version 4.1 of Intel® Graphics Performance Analyzers (GPA), the latest graphic developer tool suite used to analyze and optimize PC games and media applications. Intel GPA 4.1 adds the ability to profile Rich Web entertainment apps for accelerated browsers such as Microsoft Internet Explorer 9, Google Chrome and Mozilla FireFox. New features also include media analysis tools to visualize code efficiency with Open CL standard and Intel® Media Software Development Kit.

Intel® GPA is a powerful, agile developer tool suite for analyzing and optimizing games, media, and other graphics-intensive applications. Version 4.1, available today, adds significant new features to the product, based upon recommendations from graphics developers such as yourself.

This latest release includes includes the ability to profile browser accelerated graphics workloads (hosted in Internet Explorer 9, Chrome, and FireFox 4), OpenCL and Media Performance Analysis capabilities, a new hardware thread view in Intel GPA Platform Analyzer, large file support (up to 2GB) in Intel GPA Platform Analyzer, and various performance enhancements throughout Intel GPA System Analyzer HUD, Intel GPA Frame Analyzer, and Intel GPA Platform Analyzer.

What's New in Intel Graphics Performance Analyzers 4.1

Version 4.1 of the Intel® Graphics Performance Analyzers contains the following new features:

Intel® GPA Media Performance Analyzer (New!)

* New tool for performance analysis of Intel® HD Graphics 3000/2000 accelerated media applications
* Ability to create media performance trace capture files for visualization and detailed analysis in the Intel® GPA Platform Analyzer
* Capture trace files provide a system-wide picture of how your code works with Intel® Media SDK and Microsoft DXVA2 and how media-related workloads execute on the GPU.

OpenCL Support (New!)

* Capitalize on OpenCL support to develop code that runs across heterogeneous platforms.


* Ability to analyze CPU and GPU workloads enabled by Microsoft Internet Explorer 9, Mozilla Firefox 4, and Google Chrome

Intel® GPA Monitor

* Ability to track media metrics (GPU utilization with break-down to GPU engines and types of media operations) in real-time while running your application

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