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    Phoronix: Intel's Coffeelake OpenCL Performance Between Beignet & Their Modern NEO Driver

    A few days back I posted a number of Intel OpenCL benchmarks between their former Beignet and new "NEO" Linux compute stacks that was done using a Skylake NUC for the Iris Pro 580 graphics. For those wondering how these two open-source Intel OpenCL implementations compare for the more common UHD Graphics 630, here are some benchmarks using an Intel Core i9 8700K "Coffeelake" processor...

    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...Beignet-vs-NEO

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    Does Beignet support older hardware than NEO? If so, deprecating it wouldn't leave older Intel without OpenCL support?

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    • #3
      Beignet continues to be available - it just will not be developed by Intel. So for older platforms (prior to Broadwell), it's still the solution. For newer platforms (Broadwell+), we recommend using NEO.

      #IamIntel

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      • #4
        AdamCetnerowski Cool, but is Beignet supporting everything the hardware can? For example, Ivybridge could support OpenCL 2.1 but you only get 2.0 from Beignet
        Last edited by andrei_me; 05-16-2019, 05:41 PM.

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        • #5
          For legacy platforms, Beignet exposes OpenCL 1.2 because of HW limitations.

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