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  • #21
    Originally posted by qarium View Post
    maybe you can organise a growdfunding for the 6950xt
    Maybe AMD could provide Michael a f*ck*ng card for free? AMD WTF? You're losing way more money every time he publishes a review with top of the line Nvidia GPUs and no AMD counterpart. Computing aside AMD blows Nvidia away in rasterization on Linux and yet you decide to not provide the highest end cards. I'll never understand.
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    AMD: X1950XTX, HD3870, HD5870
    Intel: GMA45, HD3000 (Core i5 2500K)

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    • #22
      I just got Sapphire Nitro+ Pure Radeon RX 6950X for Ryzen 9 5900XT running on Fedora 37 Beta. Unfortunately, the HIP failed to get detected for some odd reasons but ROCM OpenCL got significant improvement, shame OpenCL support got dropped. I may try the benchmark this weekend.
      Last edited by finalzone; 23 September 2022, 07:50 PM. Reason: Fix sentences

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      • #23
        I don't know if this is a coincidence or a consequence, but looks like the AMD and Intel GPU stack development is — somehow — related with the Blender growth: the moment in which the latter became an Industry standard the two companies started to push on the accelerator... 🤔

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        • #24
          Originally posted by Danielsan View Post
          I don't know if this is a coincidence or a consequence, but looks like the AMD and Intel GPU stack development is — somehow — related with the Blender growth: the moment in which the latter became an Industry standard the two companies started to push on the accelerator... 🤔
          this shows how opensource software become more and more important there is blender as battleground because it is important in the industry now.

          Krita for example did get intel as sponsor because krita goes the same route as blender...

          GIMP should be the same but is not yet important... but i think in the near future GIMP becomes a complete Adobe Photoshop replacement and because of this becomes important in the future.

          as soon as such a software like blender becomes a battleground its like game over for the closed source ecosystem.
          Phantom circuit Sequence Reducer Dyslexia

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          • #25
            Originally posted by qarium View Post

            this shows how opensource software become more and more important there is blender as battleground because it is important in the industry now.

            Krita for example did get intel as sponsor because krita goes the same route as blender...

            GIMP should be the same but is not yet important... but i think in the near future GIMP becomes a complete Adobe Photoshop replacement and because of this becomes important in the future.

            as soon as such a software like blender becomes a battleground its like game over for the closed source ecosystem.

            I think if “GIMP” had a name that sounded better than a slur for someone with physical disabilities it may gain some traction.

            Large companies don’t want to be seen supporting “gimped” software

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            • #26
              Originally posted by Eirikr1848 View Post
              I think if “GIMP” had a name that sounded better than a slur for someone with physical disabilities it may gain some traction.
              Large companies don’t want to be seen supporting “gimped” software
              there are multiple reasons why GIMP did not become important similar to blender.

              there are many other opensource projects who did not go airborne yet ... Inkscape is another example.

              i think we will soon see that in the next 5 years that many of these projects go the same route as blender.
              Phantom circuit Sequence Reducer Dyslexia

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              • #27
                I'm curious as to why the RX 6500 and RX 6400 were tested? My understanding was that all of the media creation parts of those two gpus are disabled.

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                • #28
                  Better late never. After getting HIP working with ROCm-GFX8P repository from COPR, the benchmark is finally available​ running Sapphire Nitro+ Pure AMD Radeon RX 6950XT.

                  Code:
                  hipinfo
                  
                  --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                  device#                           0
                  Name:                             AMD Radeon RX 6950 XT
                  pciBusID:                         10
                  pciDeviceID:                      0
                  pciDomainID:                      0
                  multiProcessorCount:              40
                  maxThreadsPerMultiProcessor:      2048
                  isMultiGpuBoard:                  0
                  clockRate:                        2720 Mhz
                  memoryClockRate:                  1124 Mhz
                  memoryBusWidth:                   256
                  totalGlobalMem:                   15.98 GB
                  totalConstMem:                    2147483647
                  sharedMemPerBlock:                64.00 KB
                  canMapHostMemory:                 1
                  regsPerBlock:                     65536
                  warpSize:                         32
                  l2CacheSize:                      4194304
                  computeMode:                      0
                  maxThreadsPerBlock:               1024
                  maxThreadsDim.x:                  1024
                  maxThreadsDim.y:                  1024
                  maxThreadsDim.z:                  1024
                  maxGridSize.x:                    2147483647
                  maxGridSize.y:                    2147483647
                  maxGridSize.z:                    2147483647
                  major:                            10
                  minor:                            3
                  concurrentKernels:                1
                  cooperativeLaunch:                0
                  cooperativeMultiDeviceLaunch:     0
                  isIntegrated:                     0
                  maxTexture1D:                     16384
                  maxTexture2D.width:               16384
                  maxTexture2D.height:              16384
                  maxTexture3D.width:               16384
                  maxTexture3D.height:              16384
                  maxTexture3D.depth:               8192
                  isLargeBar:                       1
                  asicRevision:                     1
                  maxSharedMemoryPerMultiProcessor: 64.00 KB
                  clockInstructionRate:             1000.00 Mhz
                  arch.hasGlobalInt32Atomics:       1
                  arch.hasGlobalFloatAtomicExch:    1
                  arch.hasSharedInt32Atomics:       1
                  arch.hasSharedFloatAtomicExch:    1
                  arch.hasFloatAtomicAdd:           1
                  arch.hasGlobalInt64Atomics:       1
                  arch.hasSharedInt64Atomics:       1
                  arch.hasDoubles:                  1
                  arch.hasWarpVote:                 1
                  arch.hasWarpBallot:               1
                  arch.hasWarpShuffle:              1
                  arch.hasFunnelShift:              0
                  arch.hasThreadFenceSystem:        1
                  arch.hasSyncThreadsExt:           0
                  arch.hasSurfaceFuncs:             0
                  arch.has3dGrid:                   1
                  arch.hasDynamicParallelism:       0
                  gcnArchName:                      gfx1030
                  peers:                            
                  non-peers:                        device#0
                  
                  memInfo.total:                    15.98 GB
                  
                  ​

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