Intel on Monday announced the 4.1 release of its Graphics Performance Analyzers (GPA), the latest version of its graphic developer tool suite used to analyze and optimize PC games, media, and other graphics-intensive applications. According to Intel, version 4.1 adds "significant new features" largely based on recommendations from graphics developers.
Version 4.1 adds the ability to profile browser accelerated graphics workloads, OpenCL, and Media Performance Analysis capabilities. It also includes a new tool for performance analysis of Intel Graphics HD 3000/2000 accelerated media applications, the ability to track media metrics in real-time while running your application, and several other feature updates.
Members of Intel's Visual Adrenaline Developer Program can access the tool at no charge, while everyone else has to pony up $299. You can find more information here.