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davide_c
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MPSS 4.x for xeon phi 7200A

Hi

Is there a way to obtain the MPSS version 4.x for the 7220A co-processor?

 

Best regards

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Quant_Geek1
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Not from Intel.  Send me a message and I'll tell you where you can pick it up....

QG

Ewing__Kevin
Beginner
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2nd that also trying to locate to same software.

puszta_h_
Beginner
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Any way to get this also working on my 31s1p ? Would need it for Win10 x64 + OpenCL, mpss 3.3.4 + opencl 14.2 are not really stable 8)

Quant_Geek1
Novice
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Nope.  Forget OpenCL for the Phi as the performance is terrible.  That was the reason why it was dumped in later versions.  Use the Phi for what it was intended for - OpenMP.  Upgrade to 3.8 of the stack for the first generation Phi.

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Quant.Geek wrote:

Nope.  Forget OpenCL for the Phi as the performance is terrible.  That was the reason why it was dumped in later versions.  Use the Phi for what it was intended for - OpenMP.  Upgrade to 3.8 of the stack for the first generation Phi.

 

I sent you an email regarding windows mpss 4.x for my phi 7220A

 

Whit_D_
Beginner
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Is there a list of vendors carrying x200 coprocessors?

JJK
New Contributor III
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The x200 coprocessor is discontinued. You can no longer find it on ark.intel.com either. Any vendor carrying it, will be selling surplus supplies.

Aguy__Just
Beginner
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Does anyone have the windows version of MPSS 4.X.0 - 4.4.0? There was a ZIP version of MPSS4.40 at one point. You can find the instructions on how to install it here http://registrationcenter-download.intel.com/akdlm/irc_nas/11597/readme-windows.pdf

I have yet to see anyone share the windows version though. Only version I've seen is the rhel version. Would be great if anyone has it!

TrooperN
Beginner
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Does anyone happen to have a copy of mpss 4.x.0 for windows?

Quantitative_Finance
New Contributor I
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You should be able to find everything you need to get the x200 co-processor boards running here:

 

https://lukminer.org/2018/07/02/created-new-static-supported-coins-overview-page/

 

Regards,

QG

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