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AMD GPU ShaderAnalyzer 1.4

Posted on Saturday, May 31 2008 @ 22:27:38 CEST by

GPU ShaderAnalyzer (GSA for short, pronounced Gee-Zah) is a tool for analyzing the performance of pixel and vertex shaders on ATI Radeon graphics cards. It gives you accurate performance estimates for your shaders and even allows you to view disassembly of the generated hardware shader. GPU ShaderAnalyzer can be used as a GUI tool for interactive tuning of your shaders or in command line mode to generate detailed reports. It supports DirectX9, DirectX10 & OpenGL.

Changelog:
  • Support for Catalyst driver versions 7.2 - 8.5.
  • Support for CAL version 1.1 as used by the StreamComputing SDK. The StreamComputing SDK is available from http://ati.amd.com/technology/stream...ing/index.html.
  • Support for March 2008 DirectX SDK.
  • Support for Shader Annotation.
  • Brook+ compilation errors now reported in Object Code window.
  • Support for Radeon HD 3870 disassembly.
  • Program Information

    Category:
    Tools and Utilities
    Type:
    Free


    Version:
    1.4
    Size:
    29.9MB
    Works on:
    Windows


    Product page: here

    Download: AMD GPU ShaderAnalyzer 1.4





     

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