AMD Posts Sign-Up For Radeon Software Beta Testing
Written by Michael Larabel in AMD on 29 June 2016 at 06:19 PM EDT. 6 Comments
AMD --
As a follow-up to this morning's article about a new driver beta program, the sign-up application is now available.

As outlined in my posting this morning when the embargo expired, the driver beta program hopefully won't be too relevant for Linux enthusiasts/gamers once their Vulkan driver is open-sourced (I still haven't heard anything new from AMD when that might happen...) and when the last kinks with the RadeonSI Gallium3D stack are worked out for the latest OGL4 Linux games. Nevertheless, this new program is said to be for their AMDGPU-PRO Linux driver too.

There isn't any Linux mentions on the specific page, but those interested in applying to the beta testing program can do so via this Radeon.com page.
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