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Amd Hd3d

AMD HD3D
Type API
License ?
Website /hd3d/software-technologies/innovations/en-us.com.amdwww

HD3D is the name of AMD's stereoscopic 3D API.[1]

HD3D exposes a quad buffer for game and software developers, allowing native 3D. An open HD3D SDK is available, although, for now, only DirectX 9, 10 and 11 are supported.[2]

Support for HDMI-3D-, DisplayPort-3D- and DVI-3D-displays is included in the latest AMD Catalyst.

AMD’s Quad-Buffer API is supported by the following GPUs on following AMD products:Radeon HD 5000 Series, Radeon HD 6000 Series, and Radeon HD 7000 Series and A-Series APUs.

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  1. ^ "AMD HD3D". 
  2. ^ "Quad-Buffer "HD3D SDK". 
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