AMD reveals their Radeon Software 17.7.2 driver

GPU Open - Radeon GPU Profiler

AMD reveals their Radeon Software 17.7.2 driver

GPU Open - Radeon GPU Profiler  


One of the most important programs that AMD's Radeon Technology Group operates is their GPU Open program, which facilitates the development of open source tools like TressFX 4.0, the Vulkan Memory Allocator, OCAT and a large number of other developer tools. 

 

AMD reveals their Radeon Software 17.7.2 driver

 

Now AMD has created a developer tool that will allow developers to analyse, adjust and accelerate their performance on Radeon GPUs, utilising a new tool called the Radeon GPU Profiler. 

This tool is designed to make PC development more similar to consoles, giving developers greater insight into their games by allowing them to access low-level hardware thread tracing data with ease.  will allow game developers to make low-level optimisations for AMD's Radeon hardware, allowing developers to optimise workflow and deliver enhanced game performance. 


AMD reveals their Radeon Software 17.7.2 driverAMD reveals their Radeon Software 17.7.2 driverAMD reveals their Radeon Software 17.7.2 driver

 

AMD's Radeon GPU Profiler will allow game developers to make low-level optimisations for AMD's Radeon hardware, allowing developers to optimise workflow and deliver enhanced game performance. PC gamers can finally benefit from console-like optimisation!

 

AMD reveals their Radeon Software 17.7.2 driver

 

This tool will support Windows 7, Windows 10 and Linux in titles using DirectX 12 or Vulkan. This tool can be used with AMD's Radeon Developer Driver, which will make the creation of trace files easier. 

 

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26-07-2017, 18:27:01

Dicehunter
I wish Nvidia had something like the Chill feature, I think it's genius especially in games that don't require super high frame rates.

I tried it in WoW when I temporarily had the RX-580 and it was superb.Quote

26-07-2017, 18:47:47

Radioman
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Originally Posted by Dicehunter View Post
I tried it in WoW when I temporarily had the RX-580 and it was superb.
I wish this Cryptocurrency GPU shortage would end soon. (sigh)

Probably about another 4 or 5 months left. (ugh)Quote

26-07-2017, 19:07:35

Dicehunter
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Originally Posted by Radioman View Post
I wish this Cryptocurrency GPU shortage would end soon. (sigh)

Probably about another 4 or 5 months left. (ugh)
Well I didn't buy the RX-580 for mining, I bought mine at the end of March, I just wasn't happy with the general performance so got a refund a week later.Quote

26-07-2017, 19:40:51

NeverBackDown
Well I have been saying drivers are very very important. Low and behold.... Almost as good as the driver from Oct 2011. I'd expect something like that after Vega though.

Just installed without any issues. In fact they improved it somewhat. Older drivers used to mess with my audio settings after an uninstall/reinstall. Just uninstalled this and installed and it didn't touch any of it. No more fiddling aroundQuote
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