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|25th April 2009, 00:03||#1|
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Intel Graphics Performance Analyzer 2.0
Intel Graphics Performance Analyzer offers very convenient utilities to debug 3D applications, to detect bottlenecks, and to optimize code. This package makes it easy to evaluate the effect of each part of the graphics pipeline on the overall performance and optimize problem places you found.
Unfortunately, this package also has some drawbacks. It supports only D3D9 applications for now, the next versions will be supported only in future releases. But the main drawback of this package is hardware restrictions. Integrated chipsets have never been very fast, so not all developers will want to use such systems, unless hardware requirements of their applications demand it.
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