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Iris Xe MAX on DevCloud

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Hi all, 

is it true that the new Xe GPUs are available on the DevCloud? I got the notification via email, and can't wait to test them for my computing kernels, but I couldn't find instructions on how to access them yet.

Thank you for any news!

Best, 

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Hi,


Thanks for posting in Intel forums.


Intel Iris Xe MAX GPU's are available in devcloud now.You can connect the node with any of the below commands.

qsub -I -l nodes=1:dual_gpu:ppn=2 (or) qsub -I -l nodes=1:quad_gpu:ppn=2


As of now documentation is not updated.We have informed the concerned team about this.


Hope this helps!





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Hi,


Thanks for posting in Intel forums.


Intel Iris Xe MAX GPU's are available in devcloud now.You can connect the node with any of the below commands.

qsub -I -l nodes=1:dual_gpu:ppn=2 (or) qsub -I -l nodes=1:quad_gpu:ppn=2


As of now documentation is not updated.We have informed the concerned team about this.


Hope this helps!





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Thanks a lot, I could access it.

oneMKL code gets easily a speedup of 1.5x over a gen9, on some simple gemm test.

I could not yet run general sycl code (some USM parallel_for), that works on gen9.
I got the following problem:

The program was built for 1 devices

Build program log for 'Intel(R) Gen12LP':

-11 (CL_BUILD_PROGRAM_FAILURE) 

terminate called after throwing an instance of 'cl::sycl::compile_program_error'

But no problem, I will wait for documentation.

Best, 

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Hi,


Thanks for the update.


Since your initial query is resolved,we would discontinue monitoring this issue.Please raise a new thread if you have further issues.



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