Now available as part of the Radeon™ Developer Tool Suite.
Radeon™ Memory Visualizer (RMV) is a tool to allow you to gain a deep understanding of how your application uses memory for graphics resources.
Download the latest version - v1.5
This release adds the following features:
- Keyboard shortcuts added for all panes on the Welcome and Settings lists. Some keys have also been remapped to avoid conflict with the Adrenaline software.
- Bug fixes.
By instrumenting every level of our Radeon™ driver stack, RMV is able to understand the full state of your application’s memory allocation at any point during your application’s life.
The quick, simple interface tells you if you are over-subscribing a heap, and how the driver stack has reacted. Quickly find resources which are not in the optimal heaps.
Rethink your resources
Understand which resources require the most memory, which heaps they are in, and how your heaps are sub-allocated. Rapidly detect patterns in how your application is behaving.
Track your resources by name
Use the DirectX® 12 or Vulkan® API to customize the names of your resources then search and view the details in the Resource list.
Appreciate your allocations
Look for fragmentation, and understand how you are managing memory in each heap you create. Understand the balance between dedicated and placed resources.
Make good those memory leaks!
Easily find memory leaks in your application by comparing snapshots.
Profile that paging
Dig into how resources have been treated over their lifetime. Understand how the operating system and driver have managed the physical backing for your resources, including paging during times of heap over subscription.
Learn how to get started with Radeon™ Memory Visualizer
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.
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This video describes the changes and improvements made to the Radeon™ Memory Visualizer update 1.1.
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This tutorial explains how to take advantage of the functionality in RDP v2.1 onwards, which unifies the RMV and RGP functionality from earlier versions to provide a unified workflow.
- Radeon™ RX 7000 series
- Radeon™ RX 6000 series
- Radeon™ RX 5000 series
- Radeon™ VII
- Radeon™ RX Vega
- Ryzen™ Processors with Radeon™ Vega Graphics
- Radeon™ R9 Fury, Fury X and Fury Nano
- Radeon™ RX 400 and RX 500 series
Supported graphics APIs
- DirectX® 12
- Windows® 10
- Windows® 11
- Linux – Ubuntu 22.04 LTS (Vulkan® only)
- Linux capture support (requires driver version 22.10 or higher).
- Fix for intermittent crash when adding and removing snapshots.
- Support added for traces taken from systems with LPDDR4/5 & DDR5 memory.
- Support for traces taken with Smart Access Memory (SAM) enabled.
- Bugs/stability fixes.
- DirectX® 12 Resource Naming.
- Bug and stability fixes.
- Tooltips added to show resource details on the Resource overview pane.
- Range-based address searching added for the resource tables.
- Bug and stability fixes.
- Source code now available under MIT license.
- Support for showing aliased resources in the allocation overview and allocation explorer panes.
- Reworking of the resource “Filter by size” slider throughout so that the resources are more evenly distributed.
- Empty tables show a graphical indication and description as to why the table is empty.
- “Color by commit type” coloring mode.
- Search box and filter by allocation size to the allocation table in the allocation explorer pane.
- Show unmapped resource memory in residency donut in the resource details pane.
- Initial release
Radeon™ Raytracing Analyzer (RRA) is a tool which allows you to investigate the performance of your raytracing applications and highlight potential bottlenecks.
The RDP provides a communication channel with the Radeon™ Adrenalin driver. It generates event timing data used by the Radeon™ GPU Profiler (RGP), and the memory usage data used by the Radeon™ Memory Visualizer (RMV).
RGP gives you unprecedented, in-depth access to a GPU. Easily analyze graphics, async compute usage, event timing, pipeline stalls, barriers, bottlenecks, and other performance inefficiencies.
Radeon GPU Analyzer is an offline compiler and performance analysis tool for DirectX®, Vulkan®, SPIR-V™, OpenGL® and OpenCL™.
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