ROCm 1.9.1 Released With Vega 7nm DPM Support, Profiling Fix
Written by Michael Larabel in Radeon on 9 October 2018 at 02:38 PM EDT. Add A Comment
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As a follow-up to the ROCm 1.9 release from a month ago that brought initial Vega 20 support, upstream kernel compatibility with the AMDKFD code, and other improvements, ROCm 1.9.1 was quietly released a few days ago.

ROCm 1.9.1 isn't too big of a point release but just notes tow changes:

- Dynamic Power Management (DPM) is now supported in conjunction with the Vega 7nm (Vega 20) due out in the next few months.

- There is also a ROCm profiling fix when encountering a version mismatch error.

The latest Radeon Open Compute stack details as always can be found on GitHub.
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