Intel SDK for OpenCL Applications is a free software by Intel and works on Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows 2008, Windows Vista, Windows 2012.
You can download Intel SDK for OpenCL Applications which is 289.63 MB in size and belongs to the software category SDK DDK. Intel SDK for OpenCL Applications was released on 2016-11-15 and last updated on our database on 2017-04-16 and is currently at version 2016.
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Intel SDK for OpenCL Applications Description
Intel SDK for OpenCL Applications is a development kit designed to help advanced computer users such as software developers or programmers build and run OpenCL applications on Intel platforms.
In order to do that, users must have two components, the SDK mentioned above and also Intel Graphics drivers along with OpenCL runtime. The development kit consists of tools that let users build OpenCL applications, but also debug or analyze them. It features integration into various development environments as well.
Intel SDK for OpenCL Applications offers users all the necessary components to setup and communicate with the OpenCL devices of their choice. A special situation is when users target an OpenCL CPU device, which requires a different CPU runtime.
The Code Builder component can be used as standalone but can be integrated as a plugin for Microsoft Visual Studio or Eclipse, depending on the users needs. However, it should be noted that all its versions can be used to edit or build OpenCL code, debug kernels or collect various data regarding runtime.
The build-related features include automatic code completion, syntax highlighting and a framework for kernel development. Debugging tools include API debugging, memory viewer, image viewer and call tracing. Among the analysis features, users can find API call, kernel latency and occupancy analysis and memory command analysis.