OpenCL-Z Android Released on Google Play
Recently, OpenCL has been supported by most of the latest mobile phones/tablets, as the mobile GPUs are gaining more compute power. OpenCL-A Android can help developer to quickly detect the availability of the OpenCL on a device, and get information about OpenCL-capable platform and devices.
In addition to detecting the OpenCL capability and getting device information, the OpenCL-Z Android is also able to measure the raw compute power in terms of ALU peak GFLOPS performance and memory bandwidth performance. These numbers would be useful for developers who want to take advantage of GPU compute capability of the modern GPU. The developers can roughly predict the performance of a certain algorithm targeting on a specific platform, or compare the raw compute performance among platforms.
The OpenCL-Z Android is now available on Google Play:
The major features of OpenCL-Z Android:
– detect OpenCL availability;
– detect OpenCL driver library;
– display detailed OpenCL platform information;
– display detailed OpenCL device information;
– measure the raw compute performance and memory system bandwidth;
– export OpenCL information to sdcard;
– share OpenCL information with other applications, such as e-mail clients, note applications, social media and so on.
The OpenCL-Z Android has been tested on mobile devices with Qualcomm Snapdragon 8064, 8974, 8084, 8994 chipsets (with Adreno 305, 320, 330, 420, 430 GPUs), Samsung Exynos 5420, 5433 chipsets (with Mali T628, T760 GPUs), MediaTek MT6752 chipset (with Mali T760 GPU), Rockchip RK3288 (with Mali T764 GPU).
The OpenCL-Z Android should be able to support other chipsets. If your device is known to have OpenCL support, but this tool fails to detect it, please contact the developer of OpenCL-Z.