Quote Originally Posted by scaryjim View Post
My reading is more that current AI-focussed stuff tends to be add-in boards, while Intel are baking that into a CPU that you drop in a socket.
Intel have added 16 bit floating point support to their AVX 512 instructions.

That allows 32 float values to be processed in a single instruction. That's nice, but I can't imagine it will keep up with Vega let alone Turing and specially a dedicated card. It might help with control programs for packing data up for Intel's own AI card which seems to support the same fp16 format.