Can you use an Intel Xeon Phi with Windows 10? Yes, you can. However, just because you can do something, doesn’t mean that you should do it! I did a set up and a little testing mainly just to see if it would work — it does!
Another amazing deal on Xeon Phi from Intel! This time you can get a 90% discount on a Phi 5110p and get the Intel Parallel Studio Cluster edition with a 1 year license for free.
OK, you got one of the Intel “fire sale / crazy Eddie sale” Xeon Phi 31s1p cards … now what? I’ll give you some tips on how to get this thing working!
If you are thinking about getting a system for doing development work targeting the Intel Xeon Phi and you hesitated because of the additional cost of the Intel developer tools you would need then, you should get a system with the “Xeon Phi developers starter kit”. The savings on the Intel tools can completely offset the cost of the base system. It’s a serious bargain!
Can you use the new RHEL/CentOS 6.5 release with the Xeon Phi … yes! But, there is a gotcha that we will need to work around. Read on.
Can you fly with a computer (not laptop) in your carry-on bag. Sure! With some restrictions of course…
Will the Xeon Phi work in an X8 mode slot? If so, will the performance degrade? Yes and yes!
Windows users don’t get a lot of love from the HPC community but, hey!, they have serious compute heavy programs to run too. … and they are desperate for performance!
Yes, you can use a Xeon Phi on a Windows system!
Many people have heard about the Intel Xeon Phi by now but there is still a lot of misunderstanding about it. Here’s 5 of the misconceptions that I’ve heard mentioned when discussing the Xeon Phi.