Since the announcement of the Smart Access Memory feature, which very briefly allows the new Ryzen 5000 to access the entire VRAM of the graphics card (Radeon RX) … Very good people were worried! Thinking that this would be something exclusive to the AMD universe.
Which would make some sense, but which is actually one of the least consumer friendly that a manufacturer can do, especially in the PC world. After all, the rule here is to be as open as possible. However, it seems that this will not even be the case, AMD has every intention of opening the door to NVIDIA.
Will AMD bring its features to NVIDIA cards !?
So, last week, NVIDIA confirmed that it was working with Intel to achieve something very similar on its graphics cards. In fact, NVIDIA said that the functionality was nothing special. Bearing in mind that it is part of the PCIe standard specification itself. (Yeah … Why hasn’t it been implemented before?)
Well, in the meantime, AMD itself has already made it public that its Radeon group is also working with Intel! In order to bring the functionality to your latest CPUs. Interestingly, the same is happening with the Ryzen group, which in turn is working with NVIDIA to bring the functionality to GeForce RTX GPUs.
In short, we have no idea how personalized AMD’s solution is… However, it is simply brutal to see the big players in the PC market together to bring more performance to users. This is what we want, rivalry, but also openness.
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