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  • nuetzel
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    Originally posted by FirstPersonBSOD View Post

    It's probably for the successor to Polaris 10/RX580.
    RX580 is Polaris 20 XTX (Ellesmere XTX).

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  • boxie
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    Originally posted by valici View Post
    OK, so according to this, Vega12 is just a FirePro Workstation card. Not really exciting. Vega11 is also similar.





    that could just be one of the vega 12 SKU's - it would make sense for Instinct/Workstation/Rx Vega to all make an appearance for this chip. same again with the Vega11

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  • dungeon
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    It isn't APU, nor mobile... hm, could be card or PX. Yeah, sounds like PX some Topaz succesor

    edit: OK, isn't PX... didn't looked at code before really
    Last edited by dungeon; 22 March 2018, 08:09 AM.

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  • pal666
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    Originally posted by valici View Post
    And COINCIDENTALLY has exactly 5 SKUs?
    5 cpu skus but only 2 vega skus

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  • pal666
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    Originally posted by rubdos View Post
    I wonder though; can't those generated headers be generated at kernel make/compile time? Seems kinda stupid to put generated code in the tree, esp. when it's that large.

    otoh: I love overengineering build systems, so it might just be an itch I'm having.
    they are generated not from random numbers, you will have to put 60k lines of what they are generated from into kernel and do stupid work during build for no reason

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  • pal666
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    Originally posted by Drago View Post
    What a Vega MESS. Couldn't AMD come up with something less confusing, kinda Ryzen-Zen.

    In any case 60 000 lines of code for just one variant for just one chip. I wonder when Linux developers will say enough is enough. I guess in the future there will be different git repos for each kernel sub tree, and make install will download selectively depending on the kernel compile configuration.
    i wonder when you will stop posting bullshit

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  • valici
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    OK, so according to this, Vega12 is just a FirePro Workstation card. Not really exciting. Vega11 is also similar.


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  • Michael
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    Originally posted by theriddick View Post
    Could it be Intels on die Vega/CPU collaboration?
    Bridgman already said it is not that.

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  • theriddick
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    nevermind, didn't see Bridgeman's Kaby Lake GPU comment
    Last edited by theriddick; 21 March 2018, 08:12 PM.

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  • Michael
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    Originally posted by bridgman View Post

    Yes - Marek had to pull in an updated addrlib in order to pick up a last-minute fix.
    No problem, just wanted to make sure I didn't miss anything on the mailing list.... My IP has gotten (presumably auto-blocked) multiple times before due to the amount of traffic from my Anzwix Git crawler and all my RSS feed monitoring and other monitoring from the FreeDesktop.org server, so I try not to refresh the mailing list archives too many extra times

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