Intel® oneAPI Rendering Toolkit: Intel® Open Image Denoise System Requirements

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已更新 7/19/2023
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Introduction

System requirements for the Intel® Open Image Denoise component of Intel® oneAPI Rendering Toolkit

Version History

Date Toolkit Version Component Version Major Change Summary
September 2023 2023.2.1 2.0 Library rebuild with 2023.2.2 Intel® oneAPI DPC++ Compiler and library GPU support
July 2023 2023.2.0 2.0 GPU support missing; please use 2023.2.1
May 2023 2023.1.1 1.4.3 No Change
March 2023 2023.1 1.4.3 No Change
December 2022 2023.0 1.4.3 No Change
September 2022 2022.3.1 1.4.3 No Change
September 2022 2022.3 1.4.3 No change
April 2022 2022.2 1.4.3 Fixed library paths on macOS
December 2021 2022.1 1.4.2 Half precision support. Buffer access API additions.
September 2021 2021.4 1.4.1 Bug Fixes
June 2021 2021.3 1.4.0 Feature Updates
March 2021 2021.2 1.3.0 Feature Updates
November 2020 2021.1 1.2.4 Gold

2023.2.1

The Intel® oneAPI 2023.2.1 release includes use of an updated compiler toolchain. GPU support was added back in with no other changes. See 2023.2.0 for system requirements.

2023.2.0

Supported Host and Target Operating Systems

NOTE: The following distributions are supported by most components. These OS distributions are tested by Intel or known to work; other distributions may or may not work and are not recommended. If you have questions, access the Intel Community Forums when you need assistance.  If you have Commercial Support, create a support ticket.

Linux* Host

  • Ubuntu* LTS 22.04, 20.04
  • Rocky* Linux 8, 9
  • Arch Linux*
  • Red Hat* Enterprise Linux* (RHEL*) 8, 9
  • SUSE Linux Enterprise Server* (SLES) 15 SP3, SP4
  • Fedora* 36,37
  • Debian* 11
  • Amazon 2022

Windows* Host

  • Windows* 10
  • Windows* 11
  • Windows* Server 2019, 2022
  • Using Microsoft’s Windows Subsystem for Linux 2 (WSL2) in Windows 10 and Windows 11, you can install the native Linux distribution of Intel oneAPI toolkits and libraries on Windows for CPU and GPU workflows: Details.

macOS* Host

  • Intel® 64 based systems:
    • macOS* 12.0 Monterey
    • macOS* 13.0
  • Apple* M1 based systems:
    • macOS* 12.0 Monterey or higher

Supported Hardware Platforms

The following platforms are supported by most software components.

NOTE: Intel® 64 hardware platforms must support at least Intel® Streaming SIMD Extensions 4.2. Full software optimization is implemented for Intel® Advanced Vector Extensions 512. See ark.intel.com to search device capabilities.

  • Intel® 64
    • Intel Atom® processors
    • Intel® Core™ processor family
    • Intel® Xeon® processor family
    • Intel® Xeon® Scalable processor family
  • ARM
    • Apple* M1
  • Intel Graphics devices:
  • Non-Intel device types:
    • NVIDIA GPUs: 
      • Volta, Turing, Ampere, Ada Lovelace, and Hopper architectures

    • AMD GPUs:
      • RDNA2 (Navi 21 only) and RDNA3 (Navi 3x) architectures

Software Requirements

Client Application Prerequisites  

  • Intel® oneAPI Threading Building Blocks (oneTBB) 2021.9 or higher
    • Installed automatically
  • A C99 or C++11 capable system compiler (C++17 or higher recommended)

Development Environment

Windows* OS:

  • Microsoft Visual Studio* 2019 is recommended

MacOS*:

  • XCode* & XCode command-line tools

2023.1

Supported Host and Target Operating Systems

NOTE: The following distributions are supported by most components. These OS distributions are tested by Intel or known to work; other distributions may or may not work and are not recommended. If you have questions, access the Intel Community Forums when you need assistance.  If you have Commercial Support, create a support ticket.

Linux* Host

  • Ubuntu* LTS 22.04, 20.04
  • Rocky* Linux 8, 9
  • Arch Linux*
  • Red Hat* Enterprise Linux* (RHEL*) 8, 9
  • SUSE Linux Enterprise Server* (SLES) 15 SP3, SP4
  • Fedora* 36,37
  • Debian* 11
  • Amazon 2022

Windows* Host

  • Windows* 10
  • Windows* 11
  • Windows* Server 2019, 2022
  • Using Microsoft’s Windows Subsystem for Linux 2 (WSL2) in Windows 10 and Windows 11, you can install the native Linux distribution of Intel oneAPI toolkits and libraries on Windows for CPU and GPU workflows: Details.

macOS* Host

  • Intel® 64 based systems:
    • macOS* 12.0 Monterey
    • macOS* 13.0
  • Apple* M1 based systems:
    • macOS* 12.0 Monterey or higher

Supported Hardware Platforms

The following platforms are supported by most software components.

NOTE: Intel® 64 hardware platforms must support at least Intel® Streaming SIMD Extensions 4.2. Full software optimization is implemented for Intel® Advanced Vector Extensions 512. See ark.intel.com to search device capabilities.

  • Intel® 64
    • Intel Atom® processors
    • Intel® Core™ processor family
    • Intel® Xeon® processor family
    • Intel® Xeon® Scalable processor family
  • ARM
    • Apple* M1

Software Requirements

Client Application Prerequisites  

  • Intel® oneAPI Threading Building Blocks (oneTBB) 2021.8 or higher
    • Installed automatically
  • A C99 or C++11 capable compiler (C++17 recommended)

Development Environment

Windows* OS:

  • Microsoft Visual Studio* 2019 is recommended

MacOS*:

  • XCode* & XCode command-line tools

2023.0

Supported Operating Systems (Host and Target)

NOTE: The following distributions are supported by most components. These OS distributions are tested by Intel or known to work; other distributions may or may not work and are not recommended. If you have questions, access the Intel Community Forums when you need assistance.  If you have Commercial Support, create a support ticket.

Linux* Host

  • Linux* Host

  • Ubuntu* LTS 22.04, 20.04
  • Rocky* Linux 8, 9
  • Arch Linux*
  • Red Hat* Enterprise Linux* (RHEL*) 8, 9
  • SUSE Linux Enterprise Server* (SLES) 15 SP3, SP4
  • Fedora* 36,37
  • Debian* 11
  • Amazon 2022

Windows* Host

  • Windows* 10
  • Windows* 11
  • Windows* Server 2019, 2022

macOS* Host

  • Intel® 64 based systems:
    • macOS* 12.0 Monterey
    • macOS* 13.0
  • Apple* M1 based systems:
    • macOS* 12.0 Monterey or higher

Software Requirements

Client Application Prerequisites  

  • Intel® oneAPI Threading Building Blocks (oneTBB) 2021.5.0 or higher
    • Installed automatically
  • A C99 or C++11 capable compiler (C++17 recommended)

Development Environment

Windows* OS:

  • Microsoft Visual Studio* 2019 is recommended

MacOS*:

  • XCode* & XCode command-line tools

Supported Target Hardware Platforms

The following platforms are supported by most software components.

NOTE: Intel® 64 hardware platforms must support at least Intel® Streaming SIMD Extensions 4.2. Full software optimization is implemented for Intel® Advanced Vector Extensions 512. See ark.intel.com to search device capabilities.

  • Intel® 64
    • Intel Atom® processors
    • Intel® Core™ processor family
    • Intel® Xeon® processor family
    • Intel® Xeon® Scalable processor family
  • ARM
    • Apple* M1

Software Requirements

Client Application Prerequisites  

  • Intel® oneAPI Threading Building Blocks (oneTBB) 2021.5.0 or higher
    • Installed automatically
  • A C99 or C++11 capable compiler (C++17 recommended)

Development Environment

Windows* OS:

  • Microsoft Visual Studio* 2019 is recommended

MacOS*:

  • XCode* & XCode command-line tools

2022.x

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