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Posted by: Redaktion
« on: May 19, 2019, 17:32:13 »

Khronos Group, the ones behind the development of the Vulkan API, has listed the Google Games Platform Gen 1 aka Stadia as being powered by a custom AMD datacenter GPU based on the GCN 1.5 architecture in their Vulkan Conformant Products page. Google Stadia's GPU is said to be a custom Vega 56 with 56 CUs and a memory bandwidth of 484 GBps. The platform is based on Google's customized Debian Linux and SDK, and uses Vulkan as the graphics API of choice.

https://www.notebookcheck.net/Google-Stadia-uses-a-custom-AMD-Vega-56-GCN-1-5-GPU.421131.0.html

 
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