The Developer Central Forums are where developers discuss and get support for AMD software libraries, SDKs, and tools, like GPU PerfStudio, CodeXL, and the AMD Core Math Library.
We also have helpful forums on popular industry standards, like OpenCL and OpenGL. AMD engineers may participate in these general forums because we are members of the community too, and these are standards supported and used by AMD.
A reminder: this is a software developer forum. If you have a driver compatibility or hardware issue, please head over to support.amd.com or the visit the AMD Support & Games Forums. The specific thread for catalyst driver support is located at: AMD Support and Game Forums - Desktop Catalyst Drivers and Software. If you have a reproducible case, you can file a defect report at www.amd.com/report.
|Can't download acml-220.127.116.11-ifort64.zip at http://developer.amd.com/tools-and-sdks/cpu-development/amd-core-math-library-acml/acml-downloads-resources/ 2 days ago||by rbhodges|
|Benchmarking 2 days ago||by greenflops|
|imageAtomicAdd on R16I textures 1 day ago||by peppercat|
|OpenCL on 14.12 Omega driver crack's OpenCL on linux 2 days ago||by maestrodan|
|is this a bug with clenqueueReadBufferRect? 6 hours ago||by dukeleto|
Looking for someone? There are many ways to find them:
- Try a search. You can enter someone's name right in the search box in the user bar. You can also search for an expertise and AMD Developer Forums will find any colleagues matching that skill.
- Don't worry if you don't find any results matching a person. All content in AMD Developer Forums is written by people so sometimes the best way to find someone is to find something they wrote and link up with them that way.
- Try browsing for people. AMD Developer Forums has a powerful interface to browse and discover people you work with. Just click "People". If you're looking for Joe in Marketing you can quickly drill down to view all people in Marketing with names beginning with "J". By default you'll see people you're following, but you can click All to browse the entire community.
- Try filtering by tags. Tags unify content and people. Often, you might want to find someone based on a keyword. The tags interface is a great way to jump in and find people.
AMD CodeAnalyst- Legacy