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  • reginaldwalker
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    Phoronix: AMD's Linux Kernel Compute Driver For ROCm Begins Preparing For RDNA4 GPUs

    In addition to debuting their "Peano" LLVM compiler back-end for Ryzen AI NPUs on Friday, AMD also submitted a new batch of feature code for their AMDGPU kernel graphics driver and AMDKFD kernel compute driver of new feature code aiming for the upcoming Linux 6.11 merge window...

    https://www.phoronix.com/news/AMDKFD-GFX12-Support
    Hope RDNA4 can be a first class citizen more like Nvidia does with GeForce.

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  • timofonic
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    I just hope GFX15, RDNA4 and such will change to enabling GPU Compute stuff in ALL Radeon chips by default.
    Last edited by timofonic; 10 June 2024, 08:01 AM.

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  • NeoMorpheus
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    Not enough, they need to provide support to the first ATI GPU released in the 80s and everything after!

    Oh and it needs to come in a closed binary blob.

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  • AMD's Linux Kernel Compute Driver For ROCm Begins Preparing For RDNA4 GPUs

    Phoronix: AMD's Linux Kernel Compute Driver For ROCm Begins Preparing For RDNA4 GPUs

    In addition to debuting their "Peano" LLVM compiler back-end for Ryzen AI NPUs on Friday, AMD also submitted a new batch of feature code for their AMDGPU kernel graphics driver and AMDKFD kernel compute driver of new feature code aiming for the upcoming Linux 6.11 merge window...

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