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  • AMDGPU Trusted Memory Zone Support Could Soon Be Enabled By Default

    Phoronix: AMDGPU Trusted Memory Zone Support Could Soon Be Enabled By Default

    Going back to last September has been work within Linux's AMDGPU kernel driver on enabling encrypted vRAM support with "Trusted Memory Zone" functionality. Now it's looking like a kernel release in the not too distant future could be enabled this support by default...

    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...Z-Default-Soon

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    Is not this for


    Next-Generation AMD EPYC™ CPUs and Radeon™ Instinct GPUs Enable El Capitan Supercomputer at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory to Break 2 Exaflops Barrier

    will be powered by next generation AMD EPYC™ CPUs, AMD Radeon™ Instinct GPUs and open source AMD ROCm heterogeneous computing software.


    AMD technology within El Capitan includes:
    • Next generation AMD EPYC processors, codenamed “Genoa” featuring the “Zen 4” processor core. These processors will support next generation memory and I/O sub systems for AI and HPC workloads,
    • Next generation Radeon Instinct GPUs based on a new compute-optimized architecture for workloads including HPC and AI. These GPUs will use the next- generation high bandwidth memory and are designed for optimum deep learning performance,
    • The 3rd Gen AMD Infinity Architecture, which will provide a high-bandwidth, low latency connection between the four Radeon Instinct GPUs and one AMD EPYC CPU included in each node of El Capitan. As well, the 3rd Gen AMD Infinity Architecture includes unified memory across the CPU and GPU, easing programmer access to accelerated computing,


    https://www.amd.com/en/press-release...ble-el-capitan

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    • #3
      I for one would like a pgp path all encrypted to the display ...

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      • #4
        Does anyone actually trust any of these "Trusted Something-or-Other" technologies?

        I have a feeling this means that I'll have to upgrade my GPU earlier than planned because some ass company will tack on this as a requirement to their DRM and make it so I can't watch the stuff I legally pay to stream and make me sail the 8 seas...or is it 9 seas now that the North Pole thaws out...

        Where's Santa?

        Global warming thawed the North Pole and him and the elves drown and died.

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        • #5
          Where's Santa?

          Global warming thawed the North Pole and him and the elves drown and died.
          These winter we have the most ice around in the Arctic for the last ten years...
          ...watch out for the 1 year 'Polarstern' trip 'Mosaic'.
          https://www.meereisportal.de/meereis...olarstern.html

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          • #6
            Originally posted by nuetzel View Post

            These winter we have the most ice around in the Arctic for the last ten years...
            ...watch out for the 1 year 'Polarstern' trip 'Mosaic'.
            https://www.meereisportal.de/meereis...olarstern.html
            While that's true, Santa and his elves had already drowned before that happened.

            Also, weather != climate. You have to look at the larger trends to eliminate noise from your signal.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by nuetzel View Post

              These winter we have the most ice around in the Arctic for the last ten years...
              ...watch out for the 1 year 'Polarstern' trip 'Mosaic'.
              https://www.meereisportal.de/meereis...olarstern.html
              Um...now...like...are you aware that it thaws out completely in summer now? No matter how much ice builds up in winter, it's gone in summer.

              Unless Santa has a secret underwater dome city and all those American and Russian nuclear subs in the Arctic are really humanitarian supply runs trying to win Santa's grace and favor....hmm....

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