AMD Releases Radeon ROCm 5.3.3

Written by Michael Larabel in Radeon on 18 November 2022 at 05:11 AM EST. 3 Comments
RADEON --
AMD has been putting out a number of ROCm compute stack point releases recently with ROCm 5.3.3 having been the latest to premiere on Thursday.

With yesterday's ROCm 5.3.3 release the only change outlined is fixing an issue with the rocTHRUST and rocPRIM libraries. The rocTHRUST and rocPRIM libraries were not supporting iterator types and other different types in the ROCm 5.3.x releases to this point, which has now been corrected in v5.3.3.

Aside from fixing the iterator/type issue with rocTHRUST and rocPRIM, there are no other changes mentioned for ROCm 5.3.3 at least for what's worthy of going into the public change-log.

The ROCm documentation and install instructions continue to be served by docs.amd.com.

Meanwhile we are less than a month away from the Radeon RX 7900 series graphics cards launching and it will be very interesting to see about the timing of RDNA3 support for the ROCm compute stack after RDNA/RDNA2 hadn't arrived until months after launch.
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