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  • #21
    Originally posted by Ansla View Post
    If be "old ASICS" he meant those that will never be supported by amdgpu driver than it makes sense. It would be too much effort to make DAL/DC interact with the radeon driver as well.

    On the other hand GCN 1.0 hardware that will be supported by amdgpu will probably be supported by DAL/DC as well in the future. I'm not affiliated with AMD nor have any inside info so it's just a guess, but it would just create more problems for them to have different paths inside amdgpu with both DAL/DC and the legacy code
    Well maybe you're right.

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    • #22
      Originally posted by Ansla View Post
      If be "old ASICS" he meant those that will never be supported by amdgpu driver than it makes sense. It would be too much effort to make DAL/DC interact with the radeon driver as well.

      On the other hand GCN 1.0 hardware that will be supported by amdgpu will probably be supported by DAL/DC as well in the future. I'm not affiliated with AMD nor have any inside info so it's just a guess, but it would just create more problems for them to have different paths inside amdgpu with both DAL/DC and the legacy code
      Well now there's that:

      Originally posted by bridgman View Post

      ... or until we (or someone) port the audio code from radeon to amdgpu (for SI).

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      • #23
        Originally posted by debianxfce View Post

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        http://www.gearbest.com/speakers/pp_448998.html
        I have to say, you never cease to amaze!

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