One of the new features of DirectX 12 is Raster-Ordered Views. This adds Ordering back into Unordered Access Views, removing race conditions within a pixel shader when multiple in-flight pixels write to the same XY screen coordinates. This allows algorithms that previously required link lists of pixel data to be efficiently processed in bounded memory. The talk shows how everything from Order Independent Transparency to Volumetric shadow mapping and even post processing can benefit from using Raster-Ordered Views to provide efficient and more importantly robust solutions suitable for real-time games. The session uses a mixture of real-world examples of where these algorithms have already been implemented in games and forward-looking research to show some of the exciting possibilities that open up with this new ability coming to DirectX.