Radeon™ GPU Analyzer
Radeon™ GPU Analyzer is an offline compiler and performance analysis tool for DirectX®, Vulkan®, SPIR-V™, OpenGL® and OpenCL™.
| DOWNLOAD - Latest version 2.3
This release includes:
- Added command line support for DirectX®12 shaders.
- Usability fixes and enhancements.
Inspect your ISA...
Analyze the ISA for your shader stages within a Vulkan® graphics or compute pipeline.
...compile for many products...
Select target GPUs for the compilation process. You can search for available targets by using specific GPU architecture or even retail product names, like “SSG” or “WX 8200”.
...refine your resources...
View register pressure and LDS/scratch memory usage for your target hardware.
...and correlate your code!
For OpenCL™ kernels, the tool provides correlation from high-level source code to the disassembly, and from the disassembly to the high-level source code.
For all non-offline modes (DirectX®12, DirectX®11, Vulkan, OpenGL, Legacy OpenCL™):
- Latest AMD drivers (Adrenalin SW on Windows and amdgpu-pro on Linux)
Offline modes (Vulkan® offline and ROCm OpenCL™) can run without AMD driver or hardware installed.
To run the tool, any RDNA or GCN GPU is sufficient.
RGA supports the following as targets when compiling graphics shaders and pipelines:
- All RDNA-based architectures
- Select GCN-based architectures: Vega™, Graphics IP v8, Graphics IP v7 and Graphics IP v6
Supported APIs in GUI
- OpenCL™ on top of ROCm
Supported APIs in command line
- DirectX® 11
- DirectX® 12
- OpenCL™ on top of ROCm
- OpenCL™ legacy
- Windows® 10
- Windows® 7 (64 bit)
- Ubuntu 16.04, 18.04, Red Hat 7 or later
| VERSION HISTORY
| VISUAL STUDIO CODE EXTENSION FOR RADEON™ GPU ANALYZER
This is a Visual Studio® Code extension for the Radeon GPU Analyzer (RGA). By installing this extension, it is possible to use RGA directly from within Visual Studio Code.
This is a Visual Studio® Code extension for the Radeon GPU Analyzer (RGA). This extension makes it possible to use RGA directly from within VS Code.
| RELATED TO RADEON™ GPU ANALYZER
With DirectX 12 comes the power of generating disassembly and hardware resource usage statistics that are closest to the real-world case, and therefore making better performance optimization decisions.
Radeon GPU Analyzer (RGA) has support for DirectX12 compute shaders with the command line tool. This mode can generate GCN/RDNA ISA disassembly for your compute shaders, regardless of the physically installed GPU.
Half-precision (FP16) computation is a performance-enhancing GPU technology long exploited in console and mobile devices not previously used or widely available in mainstream PC development.
This tutorial explains how to use Radeon GPU Analyzer (RGA) to produce a live VGPR analysis report for your shaders and kernels. Basic RGA usage knowledge is assumed.
The Barycentrics12 sample shows how to enable new intrinsic instructions in your DirectX 12 HLSL code.
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