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    Microsoft reveals more Xbox Series X SoC details

    It shares some interesting slides such as the (AMD RDNA2) GPU block diagram.
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    Re: Microsoft reveals more Xbox Series X SoC details

    What is SMASH Driver aproach? I cannot find anything on google.

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    Re: Microsoft reveals more Xbox Series X SoC details

    Quote Originally Posted by Raven74 View Post
    What is SMASH Driver aproach? I cannot find anything on google.
    It's hard isn't it? Thanks Nintendo.

    I can only find "Systems Management Architecture for Server Hardware" which seems to be a suite of low level access specifications that enable platform management before the operating system is operational. If this is the same thing, then it sounds like an OS bypassing interface so rather than have an OS with a HAL and drivers that utilise the HAL you have drivers that become part of (or are delivered as) the device firmware.

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