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AMD, NV rare cooperation, Intel also want to join: because of this technology

via:驱动之家     time:2020/11/23 7:00:49     readed:464

(This article is authorized to reprint by Chaoneng. Other media reprint should be approved by Chaoneng.)Since amd announced the introduction of smart access memory technology, AMD ryzen 5000 Series CPU can access all the video memory in the GPU of the rad RX 6000 series. Many people worry that this function can only be implemented on AMD's 3A platform. However, things are turning for the better. Recently, according to tomhardware, AMD will release the compatibility restrictions on Intel CPU and NVIDIA GPU.

Last week, NV confirmed that it was working hard to make its GPU implement the technology similar to AMD's smart access memory, and it can be used with Intel's CPU, which we have also reported. NVIDIA said there were no technical issues to implement the feature as it was part of the PCIe specification. To be more precise, this specification is called recoverable bar capability.

When they cooperate with Intel's CPU, they will be interviewed by the person in charge of Intel's GPU 6000. AMD's ryzen 5000 Series CPU also has such a plan to introduce smart access memory technology into NVIDIA's gefore series GPUs.

Since the AMD did not publish the relevant technical details, it is not clear AMD the current customization of the Ryzen 5000 series CPU、500 motherboards and Radeon RX 6000 series. When AMD do a lot of hardware optimization, using AMD 3 A platform will have more standardized technology implementation than Intel and Nvidia, and will probably have better performance.

AMD also said in an interview that the technology is not an open-minded

We'll see how long it will take Intel and NVIDIA to catch up.

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