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AMD Launches ROCm 5.7

AMD has released ROCm 5.7, the latest version of its GPU compute stack, Phoronix reports. The update includes a new “hipTensor” library, extended support for the ROCgdb debugger with Fortran and OMPD, and optimizations to the rocRAND and MIVisionX libraries. However, there is no official support for new RDNA3 GPUs yet, with speculation that it will be included in ROCm 6.0. The release notes for ROCm 6.0 suggest that it will have fundamental changes and will not be backwards compatible with ROCm 5.x. In terms of supported hardware, only the Radeon VII is officially supported, along with some Radeon Pro and AMD Instinct products. ROCm 5.7 also brings improvements to HIP printf() handling, a beta release of LLVM Address Sanitizer with GPU support, optimizations, and various fixes. More details can be found in the ROCm 5.7 release documentation.

Source: Phoronix.

Enable GPU Passthrough on Proxmox VE 6.0

Enable GPU Passthrough on Proxmox VE 6.0
This article will show how simple enabling GPU passthrough on your Proxmox VE 6.0 host is. My best experience has been with AMD GPUs, specifically the AMD Radeon Vega 56, AMD Radeon RX 580 and the newer NVIDIA GeForce 3060 Ti. Here, we will use an integrated Intel GPU, though, in an old Intel NUC. This guide can also be used to pass through other devices, such as NICs. This article assumes your hardware has the necessary support for virtualization, IOMMU, VFIO, and so on and that your hardware is running Proxmox VE 6.
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