I tried to run the HelloWorld OpenCL example that came with APP SDK v2.8, but it said "No GPU device available. Choose CPU as default device" I have an AMD FirePro W8000 in a workstation running RHEL 6.2. The 9.003.3.3 driver (http://support.amd.com/us/gpudownload/fire/Pages/fire_linux.aspx) would not install. I was only able to install the 8.982.8.1 driver (http://support.amd.com/us/gpudownload/fire/Pages/fire_linux.aspx#2).
No need to start another thread with the same issue. I am tracking your previous thread unless you get an answer. It is currently taking me some time to get hold of a W8000 card. I will try more to get hold of the card soon.
EDIT: Original Thread: http://devgurus.amd.com/message/1288658#1288658
I was able to fix the HelloWorld OpenCL issue by changing the platform from platform (Intel Xeon CPU) to platform (AMD FirePro W8000 GPU card). Perhaps AMD APP was not recognizing the CPU as a GPU device since it is an Intel rather than AMD chip. But I still was not able to get 9.003.3.3 driver to recognize the GPU card. Instead I have to use 8.982.8.1 driver. I don't know if there is any penalty for using the older driver, but right now things seem to be running ok on the FirePro W8000 GPU card.
Thanks for the information.
I was able to fix the HelloWorld OpenCL issue by changing the platform from platform (Intel Xeon CPU) to platform (AMD FirePro W8000 GPU card). Perhaps AMD APP was not recognizing the CPU as a GPU device since it is an Intel rather than AMD chip.
I guess you have both Intel and AMD OpenCL installed. But why do you think AMD APP should recognize Intel CPU as a GPU. Intel CPU will be recognized as a CPU only . It is one of the good features of AMD APP as it detects the CPU(any x86 CPU) from other vendors too.