I would like to know how to write L1 Cache friendly code. Assuming L1 Cache line is X Bytes long, if my wavefront needs X Bytes from device memory and other wavefronts in the block OR wavefronts from other blocks that run parallel on the same execution unit need the same X Bytes, I expect to see high L1 cache hit rate.
In the following code :
__kernel void testKernel(__global__ float *A, __global__ float *B)
// Testing if this hits L1 cache.
float val = B;
if (get_group_id(0) == 0) A[get_local_id(0)] = val;
Is this L1 Cache friendly code ? Should I expect great L1 Cache hit rate running this through the AMD OpenCL Profiler running this for 100s of blocks, each block with 256 or 512 threads.