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Tuesday, March 01, 2011
Intel Launches Graphics Performance Analyzers 4.0


Today, Intel released version 4.0 of Intel Graphics Performance Analyzers (GPA), the latest game developer toolset used to optimize the playability of PC games.

New features include over 20 new hardware metrics to analyze applications running on 2nd Generation Intel Core processors. In GPA 4.0, the enhanced System Analyzer Head-Up Display enables developers to profile game code on a single PC. Additionally, GPA 4.0 fully supports workloads from the newest Windows graphics API, Microsoft DirectX 11. GPA 4.0 will let developers identify bottlenecks in graphics and CPU processing with system-level performance context in Platform Analyzer.


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