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Radeon RADV "ACO" Performance On Mesa 19.3 Looking Good

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  • #21
    Is anyone know why Feral delay Shadows of Tomb Raider release? It's been a year already.

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    • #22
      AMD should accept this compiler in their AMDVLK and radeonsi.
      Otherwise ACO will be useless.

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      • #23
        Originally posted by mphuZ View Post
        AMD should accept this compiler in their AMDVLK and radeonsi.
        Otherwise ACO will be useless.
        Nobody uses AMDVLK and there are plans for radeonsi

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        • #24
          There is talk of hooking up ACO to radeonsi, but first it'd be nice to fix the current issues that people have reported with RADV.

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          • #25
            Originally posted by AsuMagic View Post
            Nobody
            You made a lot of mistakes in the word GOOGLE

            You can`t speak for everyone else..

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            • #26
              Aco 19.3 on 5.4 kernel is an explosion of frames on the Vega: https://youtu.be/0-kEjQTRkUM are amd LRU bulk moves enabled yet?

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              • #27
                Originally posted by mphuZ View Post
                AMD should accept this compiler in their AMDVLK and radeonsi.
                Otherwise ACO will be useless.
                radv / aco focus on gaming use case most. amdvlk might have more compute requirements not covered by aco. Just a guess.

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                • #28
                  Originally posted by xxmitsu View Post
                  And mesa master branch is not even containing all the available improvements. As it was mentioned in the merge forum thread:


                  Anyway, great to see that even that, it managed to obtain better performance.
                  Thank you for the testing, Michael!
                  And thank you Valve & Co. for your efforts, much appreciated!
                  Thank you Daniel (Bas and Rhys)!!!

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                  • #29
                    Originally posted by mphuZ View Post
                    AMD should accept this compiler in their AMDVLK and radeonsi.
                    I wonder how much improved LLVM would be if the same effort that was expended to write a new compiler from scratch had been put into LLVM instead.

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                    • #30
                      Originally posted by geearf View Post
                      Therefore it is a typo.

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