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Title: AMD Radeon Memory Visualizer (RMV) 1.41 available for Windows and Linux
Post by: JeGX on June 21, 2022, 07:31:48 PM
Radeon Memory Visualizer (RMV) is a tool to allow you to gain a deep understanding of how your application uses memory for graphics resources on AMD Radeon GPUs.

QuoteGiven the rising popularity of gaming on the Linux OS, game developers are increasingly in search of tools that can assist with solving their complex issues and increase performance on this platform.

With this is mind, AMD is proud to announce the general availability of Radeon™ Memory Visualizer (RMV) for Linux. RMV is a powerful tool that allows users to analyze video memory usage on AMD Radeon GPUs.

The June 2022 release of the Radeon Developer Tool Suite, which includes the latest version of RMV, opens the door to memory analysis of Vulkan®-based applications running on Linux with Radeon hardware. Starting with version 2.6.1 of Radeon Developer Panel (RDP), memory traces of Vulkan applications running on the Linux platform can be captured.

Links:
- Announcement (http://gpuopen.com/radeon-memory-visualizer-on-linux/)
- Homepage and downloads (https://gpuopen.com/rmv/)
- RMV @ github (https://github.com/GPUOpen-Tools/radeon_memory_visualizer)