I am not sure if their amdgpu-pro supports Radeon VII. Have you also tried ROCm? Their effort is mostly focused around ROCm these days.
You could try it. If you encounter errors, this is their issue page:

You could also pinpoint if there an issue of incompatibility between the hardware by blacklisting the modules.

Sent from mobile, apologies for typos.

On Sat, 10 Aug 2019, 16:31 , <bugzilla-daemon@freedesktop.org> wrote:
Bug ID 111370
Summary Cannot get OpenCL visible with Radeon VII installation
Product Mesa
Version unspecified
Hardware x86-64 (AMD64)
OS Linux (All)
Status NEW
Severity normal
Priority medium
Component Drivers/Vulkan/radeon
Assignee mesa-dev@lists.freedesktop.org
Reporter CharlesShelor@my.unt.edu
QA Contact mesa-dev@lists.freedesktop.org

Created attachment 145019 [details]
requested reports from Radeon VII installation instructions

I am a post doctoral researcher at University of North Texas.  We recently
purchased a Dell 7425 system with Dual AMD EPYC 7281 16-Core Processors, an AMD
Radeon VII graphics card from Sapphire Technology and a Xilinx Alveo FPGA
accelerator card.  This equipment was purchased to analyze the differences in
various algorithms' performance on CPU, GPU, and FPGA implementations with
OpenCL.  So far, we have been unable to get either the Radeon VII or the Alveo
to display as an OpenCL platform.

Radeon drivers were downloaded from AMD website and the amdgpu-pro-install
script was used for the installation. The install script listed this site to
report problems if we did not have an AMD Customer Engagement Representative. 
Perhaps someone here could help me get one of these representatives?

This may actually be a duplicate of 110035, although I am using 18.04.1 rather
than 18.04.2 and I login remotely and use command line access to the OpenCL

I have attached the reports suggested by the installation instructions.

I apologize if this is the wrong location to file this issue; I feel I should
be dealing with AMD customer support staff, but have not been able to find a
contact for support in the install instructions except this forum.  Please
direct me to the correct location if possible.

Is it possible the Xilinx and Radeon OpenCL platforms conflict with each other?

Thank you, Charles

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