cancel
Showing results for 
Search instead for 
Did you mean: 

Archives Discussions

udeepta
Staff
Staff

simple_matmult sample computes incorrect

The options may have changed. I do not recall what they were before, but for the current release (1.2.1), -h is height of the computation domain, -w is width of the domain, and -? is "help" and shows you all the options.

0 Likes
MicahVillmow
Staff
Staff

simple_matmult sample computes incorrect

I think the problem here is a confusion on the two different versions of simple_matmult.
If I remember correctly, the Brook+ simple_matmult uses -x and -y for width and height and the CAL version uses -w and -h for width and height. Stedon, if you can specify which one you are using that will clear up some of this misunderstanding.
0 Likes
stedon
Journeyman III

simple_matmult sample computes incorrect

Micah, thanks for your answer!

Excuse me for confusion: I talked about the Brook+ sample.

Regards,

Stefan D.

0 Likes
jfkong
Journeyman III

simple_matmult sample computes incorrect

hi, stedon

Linux x86-64 (CentOS 5), amdstream-brook-1.2.1_beta-1, Radeon 4870

./simple_matmult -e -x 64 -y 64 : PASSED

./simple_matmult -e -x 64 -y 65 : PASSED

./simple_matmult -e -x 64 -y 129 : PASSED

./simple_matmult -e -x 65 -y 64 : PASSED

./simple_matmult -e -x 129 -y 64 : PASSED

./simple_matmult -e -x 65 -y 129 : PASSED

0 Likes