At AMD, we are excited about the opportunity for AMD-powered devices with Windows 10 to delight customers with a new, rich visual experience. Check out these Windows Resources.
DirectX® 12 is the very latest graphics API in high-speed, high-fidelity gaming and computing. DX12 offers a vast improvement in performance and power over previous versions of DX. Learn more about AMD and DirectX12.
DirectX® 11 features technologies like Compute Shaders, Direct2D, Multithreaded Rendering and Tessellation, DirectX 11 can enable not just more visually stunning games, but significant performance improvements in some of your favorite websites and everyday applications. Learn more about AMD and DirectX11.
Microsoft Visual Studio®
Microsoft Visual Studio® is the link between software and hardware as it enables software to leverage platform innovations. AMD and Microsoft closely collaborate during the development phase of our products to ensure that Visual Studio Tools generate optimized code for the latest AMD products.
- Learn more about Visual Studio 15
Microsoft Visual Studio® and AMD CodeAnalyst
Microsoft Visual Studio users can analyze their programs without leaving the Visual Studio environment. The CodeAnalyst Visual Studio plug-in provides all of the profiling features supported by the stand-alone CodeAnalyst for Windows GUI-based tool. CodeAnalyst supports all of the latest AMD processors on both Windows and Linux platforms.
Microsoft Visual Studio® and AMD Performance Libraries
AMD Compute Performance and Math Libraries work great within Visual Studio, and they give you quick access to multi-threaded functions and sophisticated math routines.
Windows Dev Center – Universal App Development
- C++ AMP Overview
- C++ AMP Math Library
- The AMD compiler team wrote the concurrency::precise_math functions
- Tutorial for building a Windows Store app in C++
- How to use C++ AMP from C# for a Windows Store app
- C++ AMP book
- Taming GPU compute with C++AMP
Get help with parallel programming with Microsoft’s latest tools and libraries. They will help you get the most out of all the cores in your system.