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After NVIDIA said that its GPUs are better than the NPUs present in Intel Core and Ryzen, AMD now also defends the capabilities of its Radeon chips for AI workloads. The company even claims that it is possible to pay less to have more VRAM compared to its main rival.

According to AMD, its RDNA 3 GPUs are capable of delivering good results in different jobs, such as improving video quality, removing background noise, generative AI with LLM and text-to-image, image editing and videos, upscaling, among others.

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In other words, gamers, content creators and developers benefit more when using AMD Radeon GPUs in their activities. According to the company, the current architecture RDNA 3 delivers more than twice the AI ​​performance compared to the previous generationwhether on video cards or iGPU.

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The current red-side graphics architecture offers up to 192 AI accelerators, support for multiple machine learning frameworks such as Microsoft DirectML, Nod.AI Shark and ROCm, as well as up to 48 GB of VRAM (384-bit GDDR6) and bandwidth high due to AMD Infinity Cache technology.

AMD says that more than 80% of AI workloads use LLM and “diffusion models”, which require more than 10 GB and up to 23 GB. In the current lineup of Radeon RX 7000 GPUs, it is now possible to have more than 10 GB from the Radeon RX 7600 XT. With NVIDIA, you have to go one level higher with the RTX 4060 Ti 16 GB.

In practice, more specifically in LM Studio, the Radeon RX 7600 XT delivers almost four times more performance than the Ryzen 7 8700G. With the top of the line Radeon RX 7900 XT, this performance difference increases to 8 times.

AMD also says that its Radeon GPUs, not only the RX line but also the PRO, offer the same as NVIDIA’s “AI PC Premium”, that is, they are prepared for AI with their accelerators, enough VRAM for LLM and support for most popular systems.

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The company also says that it delivers 16 GB GPUs that are more affordable than its rival, as a Radeon RX 7600 XT 16 GB costs US$329 abroad, while the 16 GB GeForce RTX 4060 Ti reaches US$500.

After NVIDIA with its GeForce GPUs and now AMD with Radeon, all that’s left is for Intel to enter the fray and say that its dedicated Arc Alchemist graphics chips are better than the NPUs of current AI PC processors.

Via: WCCFtech

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