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RDNA3 AI cores mentioned in dev notes


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AMD software programmers have begun to distribute new fixes for the forthcoming GFX11 architecture, also known as RDNA3. According to a recent patch, AMD is working on their own instructions that can operate on matrices.


AMD's RDNA3 graphics IP is on its way, and we're learning more about the new architecture. AMD developers added a new instruction to the LLVM compiler's back end called Wave Matrix Multiply-Accumulate (WMMA). This instruction will be available on the GFX11 RDNA3 GPU architecture. Tensor Core has been present on NVIDIA GPUs since the Volta design, and AMD WMMA might be viewed as a response to that. NVIDIA has released a sophisticated instruction to boost NVIDIA's AI-based super-resolution technology known as DLSS.



I dont think this is really anything new, pretty sure its been known that RDNA3 would embrace the machine learning hardware trend that Nvidia and Intel are already focused on. 



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