Radeon GPU Profiler 1.0.3

Radeon GPU Profiler 1.0.3 A couple of months on from the release of 1.0.2, we’ve fully baked and sliced 1.0.3 for your low-level DX12- and …

AMD GPU Services 5.1.1

The AMD GPU Services (AGS) library provides game and application developers with the ability to query information about installed AMD GPUs and their driver, in …

Radeon GPU Profiler 1.0.2

Thanks (again!) Before we dive into a run over the release notes for the 1.0.2 release of Radeon GPU Profiler, we’d like to thank everyone …

Radeon GPU Profiler 1.0

Introduction and thanks Effective GPU performance analysis is a more complex proposition for developers today than it ever has been, especially given developments in how …

Optimizing GPU occupancy and resource usage with large thread groups

When using a compute shader, it is important to consider the impact of thread group size on performance. Limited register space, memory latency and SIMD occupancy each affect shader performance in different ways. This article discusses potential performance issues, and techniques and optimizations that can dramatically increase performance if correctly applied.

Capsaicin and Cream developer talks at GDC 2017

Introduction Shortly after our Capsaicin and Cream event at GDC this year where we unveiled Radeon RX Vega, we hosted a developer-focused event designed to …

Leveraging asynchronous queues for concurrent execution

Understanding concurrency (and what breaks it) is extremely important when optimizing for modern GPUs. Modern APIs like DirectX® 12 or Vulkan™ provide the ability to …

Anatomy Of The Total War Engine: Part III

It’s Wednesday, so we’re continuing with our series on Total War: Warhammer. Here’s Tamas Rabel again with some juicy details about how Creative Assembly brought …

Blazing CodeXL 2.2 is here!

A new release of the CodeXL open-source developer tool is out! Here’s the hot new stuff in this release: New platforms support Support Linux systems …

Anatomy Of The Total War Engine: Part II

We’re back again on this fine Warhammer Wednesday with more from Tamas Rabel, Lead Graphics Programmer on the Total War series. In last week’s post …