What to Download Installation has two parts: • Intel® SDK for OpenCL™ Applications Package • Driver and library(runtime) packages The SDK includes components to develop applications: IDE integration, offline compiler, debugger, and other tools. Usually on a development machine the driver/runtime package is also installed for testing. For deployment you can pick the package that best matches the target environment. The illustration below shows some example install configurations. SDK Packages Please note: A GPU/CPU driver package or CPU-only runtime package is required in addition to the SDK to execute applications Standalone: • • (assumes Windows* graphics driver installed) Suite: (also includes driver and Intel® Media SDK) • Driver/Runtime Packages Available GPU/CPU Driver Packages • • (Also automatically shipped with Windows graphics drivers) CPU-only Runtime Packages • Intel® SDK for OpenCL™ Applications 2017 R2 for Linux (64-bit) This is a standalone release for customers who do not need integration with the Intel® Media Server Studio. It provides components to develop OpenCL applications for Intel processors. Visit to download the version for your platform.
Intel® Graphics for Linux Instructions 1. Open home page of project 2. Download a version for yours OS 3. Install the utility 4.
For details check out the. Intel® SDK for OpenCL™ Applications 2017 R2 for Windows* (64-bit) This is a standalone release for customers who do not need integration with the Intel® Media Server Studio. The standard Windows graphics driver packages contains the driver and runtime library components necessary to run OpenCL applications. This package provides components for OpenCL development. Visit to download the version for your platform. For details check out the.