Radeon GPU Detective allows you to easily and reliably capture AMD GPU crash dumps from your crashing DirectX 12 applications. A concise crash analysis report file will include detailed information that can help to narrow down the cause of the crash.
This command line tool makes the process simple with an intuitive and concise crash analysis summary and useful visualizations.
Gather your evidence
Capture AMD GPU crash dumps and generate crash analysis reports with ease. RGD ensures you can reproduce the crash with minimum impact on your runtime performance.
Examine your execution
Understand the exact events which led to your crash using the execution marker tree. This tree visualizes the GPU work that was in progress in the moments leading to the crash. You can insert user markers with custom strings in your code which will be presented in the crash analysis file.
Probe any page faults
If a page fault is a suspect, check out the page fault summary section to begin your investigation. This view provides details that can help to shed light on the crash cause, including the offending virtual address, a detailed list of the resources that have ever resided in that virtual address, with information that can help you identify the resources in your code, and a resource timeline that shows the events associated with these resources.
Getting Started with Radeon GPU Detective
This tutorial covers how to use RGD to capture a crash and how to interpret the results it produces.
- Latest Adrenalin Software driver (minimum version 23.7.2)
- Radeon RX 6000 series
- Radeon RX 7000 series
Supported graphics APIs
- Direct3D 12
- Windows 10
- Windows 11
- First public release
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