GPUOpen at ChinaJoy 2021

ChinaJoy 2021

A wonderful Saturday in Shanghai! Check out the first stop of AMD's GPUOpen Tech-Sharing Salon at ChinaJoy 2021!

AMD’s Tech-Sharing Salon was successfully held at the Jumeirah Himalayas Hotel in Shanghai on July 31st, 2021. During this four-hour event, four lectures were delivered by AMD engineers.

These were titled:

  • AMD FidelityFX Super Resolution.
  • AMD Ryzen™ Processor Software Optimization.
  • Hybrid Raytracing Soft Shadow Denoiser.
  • AMD EPYC High Frequency Processor for Game Backend Support.  

Our AMD Tech-Sharing Salon still attracted more than 30 offline participants despite the pandemic. The event was also streamed live on Tencent Conference. 

Lectures, afternoon tea, and gifts. The best combination for getting inspired! 

Participants were highly engaged in the Q&A sessions. Ideas and opinions concerning topics like applying FSR to games were exchanged between participants and AMD engineers. 

It was a harvest of valuable information according to the participants interviewedMany expressed their hopes and expectations for the next stop of the AMD Tech-Sharing Salon. 

The AMD Tech-Sharing Salon held in Shanghai is the first stop of AMD GPUOpen sharing events. We will head to more cities in China – very likely yours – to share highquality contents with developers and AMD fans. We are so looking forward to seeing you in the future events. AMD, Yes!  

Have you discovered GPUOpen on Zhihu, or the GPUOpen section on AMD’s Bilibili account yet? You can find translated versions of some of our content there – do take a look!

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