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    AMD releases Radeon Instinct GPUs for machine learning

    The MI25 features next-gen Vega technology, too.
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    Re: AMD releases Radeon Instinct GPUs for machine learning

    AMD just published this accompanying video:


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    Re: AMD releases Radeon Instinct GPUs for machine learning

    So bored. Just release VEGA !

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    Re: AMD releases Radeon Instinct GPUs for machine learning

    Quote Originally Posted by CAT-THE-FIFTH View Post
    Ooooh, interesting! Wonder if the final design will have the four GPUs contacting a central heatsink ... that'd be a pretty nifty thermal design....

    100 TFlops of half-precision compute? That's pretty impressive from a cube you can hold on your hand. If this is Vega 10 it's got better theoretical compute than P100. Just wait until Vega 11 cards are released...

    EDIT: just realised - if Vega does half-precision at twice the rate of double precision, it is a 12.5TFlop card. If the 4096 shader rumours are true, it'd need to be clocked north of 1500MHz to acheive that theoretical compute...

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    Re: AMD releases Radeon Instinct GPUs for machine learning

    New mac pro, this time using apple's patented cuboid shape?

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