AMD Posts A New Slide Deck Outlining The RDNA Architecture
Written by Michael Larabel in Radeon on 6 August 2019 at 07:34 AM EDT. 5 Comments
RADEON --
Last week AMD published their RDNA instruction set architecture documentation. That's a bit heavy reading unless you are a driver developer or low-level engine developer, but for those wanting a bit of a higher-level look at AMD's new RDNA graphics architecture, today they uploaded a new slide deck.

AMD today posted their RDNA architecture presentation that provides a higher-level look at the changes with RDNA compared to the GCN architecture. This slide deck is faintly similar to a presentation they had back in June at their Navi reviewer's day, but for those wanting to dive deeper into RDNA, this is your chance.

Their newly-uploaded RDNA architecture presentation can be found here (PDF) from GPUOpen.
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