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FEATURED SAMPLES AND TUTORIALS
Bringing the Gears franchise to the PC is not something the Coalition takes lightly. This talk will discuss Direct3D® 12 in general, as well as features such as Async Compute, Tiled Resources, Debugging, Copy Queues, and HDR.
Radeon™ Memory Visualizer (RMV) is a tool provided by AMD for use by game engine developers. It allows engineers to examine, diagnose, and understand the GPU memory management within their projects.
The first in a series of four tutorials related to AMD Freesync™ Premium Pro HDR. This tutorial covers terminology related to color.
Guest post by Sebastian Aaltonen, co-founder of Second Order. It covers optimising building the engine and asset production when using AMD Ryzen Threadripper processors.
An important part of learning the Vulkan® API is to understand what types of objects are defined in it, what they represent and how they relate to each other.
Cross-lane operations are an efficient way to share data between wavefront lanes. This article covers in detail the cross-lane features that GCN3 offers.
HelloD3D12 is a small, introductory Direct3D 12 sample, which shows how to set up a window and render a textured quad complete with proper uploading handling, multiple frames queued and constant buffers.