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    Default AMD OpenCL APP SDK Beats Intel's Own SDK On Ivy Bridge

    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...penclsdk&num=1

    For the three LuxMark benchmarks on the CPU, AMD's OpenCL software development kit was faster every time from the Ivy Bridge processor than Intel's own OpenCL SDK. 18% for the room scene, 23% for sala, and an incredible 48% for the luxball HDR demo were the differences that were in favor of AMD's OpenCL software over Intel. This is a bit ironic that AMD's OpenCL environment is actually faster on Intel hardware than Intel's own code.
    Nice going AMD!

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    Default Re: AMD OpenCL APP SDK Beats Intel's Own SDK On Ivy Bridge

    Looks like Intel has to get to work on a new code, this is kind of embarrassing for them, having AMD's code improve the performance of Intel's chips.

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