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Redshift now supports Radeon PRO Graphics

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Redshift now offers high-performance rendering via AMD HIP. The AMD dedicated GPU programming environment, Heterogeneous Interface for Portability (HIP) is designed for programming high performance kernels on GPU hardware. HIP is a C++ runtime API and programming language that allows easy migration from existing CUDA code. This means that developers can write their GPU applications and, with very minimal changes, be able to run their code in any environment with comparable performance across platforms.


Redshift also supports rendering with mixed devices like RS CPU and AMD Radeon PRO graphics cards, opening possibilities for individuals or studios with a variety of hardware setups – whether it is Nvidia on one machine, AMD on another, or CPU only.

This is cool but what about RX6000 series support?
 
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