AMDGPU is AMD's new fully open source unified graphics driver for Linux. AMDGPU currently officially only supports cards built upon GCN 1.2 or higher, and support for previous cards is experimental. GCN 1.2 includes Carrizo APUs, the Fury lineup, and the R9 380.
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