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PythonCoderPro
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What is RDNA and is it similar to Nvidia Ada Lovelace Architecture?

What is RDNA and is it similar to Nvidia Ada Lovelace Architecture?
 
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johnnyenglish
Grandmaster

Hi, here are some info:

https://www.amd.com/en/technologies/rdna

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TLDR:

Its a GPU architecture that powers the Radeon 5000/6000/7000 Graphics Cards.

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The Englishman

So it is just AMD version of Nvidia Ada Lovelace Architecture?

Asus ZenBook UX407IQ, Ryzen 5 4500u with Radeon graphics, Nvidia mx350, 8gb LPDDR4X ram, Samsung 970 Evo Plus 500gb SSD, Win11 home

They are quite different actually. 

Nvidia architecture still relies solely on monolithic design while RDNA 3 has now moved on to multi chip design.

Among other things.

Its a very complex topic but also interesting.

I'll try to find some good youtube vídeos and post them here. 

The Englishman

Appreciate that!

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Can be a bit slow but very informative.

The Englishman

I'll take a look at it. Thanks!

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