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    Intel teases 'big daddy' GPU

    However, this is not aimed at gamers or enthusiasts; it is a data centre GPU.
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    Re: Intel teases 'big daddy' GPU

    Ikea battery FTW

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    Re: Intel teases 'big daddy' GPU

    that guy needs to learn how to use a mask. Not covering the nose kind of renders it ineffective!


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    Re: Intel teases 'big daddy' GPU

    using intel 10 nm process EUV or 14nm +++++++++

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    Re: Intel teases 'big daddy' GPU

    uh huh?

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    Re: Intel teases 'big daddy' GPU

    Quote Originally Posted by ik9000 View Post
    that guy needs to learn how to use a mask. Not covering the nose kind of renders it ineffective!

    Also looks like one of them is touching the mask...

    It's a little bit like when people properly trained with firearms watch an action film and wince at the muzzle discipline of the "SWAT" team and laugh as the Glock makes the sound of the hammer being cocked. In fact, if you're bored you can play drinking games or bingo to those films.

    I was thinking of starting a drinking game for whenever Laura Kuenssberg asks a stupid, ignorant question at the government briefings but honestly, I'd end up getting my stomach pumped.

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    Re: Intel teases 'big daddy' GPU

    Looks more like a cheap 18650 for size reference...
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    Re: Intel teases 'big daddy' GPU

    Don't think that battery is gonna power that. lol.

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    Re: Intel teases 'big daddy' GPU

    Quote Originally Posted by Ttaskmaster View Post
    Looks more like a cheap 18650 for size reference...
    If it is, the die size is even worse.

    But looking at the size of the negative and positive signs I wouldn't think it was an 18650.

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    Re: Intel teases 'big daddy' GPU

    Quote Originally Posted by Tabbykatze View Post
    If it is, the die size is even worse.
    But looking at the size of the negative and positive signs I wouldn't think it was an 18650.
    It's easy enough to rewrap an 18650. Most of mine have them.
    Only reason I suspect it's not is the lack of rib at the nipple end, but I'm sure they don't all have that, either.
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    Re: Intel teases 'big daddy' GPU

    Quote Originally Posted by Tabbykatze View Post
    If it is, the die size is even worse.
    So nobody's leaning towards it being AAA or even AAAA then?

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    Re: Intel teases 'big daddy' GPU

    The pin spacing should be the same as a CPU, so you can work out how big this is. I'm just not interested enough to count or even estimate how may pins there are per side (or look up current Intel pin density).

    Edit: OFC for data center use I expect there is a bunch of HBM2 memory on that package and possibly multiple GPU die so it tells us nothing of the die size.
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    Re: Intel teases 'big daddy' GPU

    Quote Originally Posted by Tabbykatze View Post
    If it is, the die size is even worse.

    But looking at the size of the negative and positive signs I wouldn't think it was an 18650.
    Are we sure this is monolithic? It could be chiplets under there, or HBM (HBM and a big GPU under a heatspreader would be a lot easier to install/handle than a V100

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    Re: Intel teases 'big daddy' GPU

    Quote Originally Posted by kompukare View Post
    So nobody's leaning towards it being AAA or even AAAA then?
    3A and 4A cells look skinny. This doesn't.
    This will be AA or 18650.
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    Re: Intel teases 'big daddy' GPU

    Quote Originally Posted by Ttaskmaster View Post
    3A and 4A cells look skinny. This doesn't.
    This will be AA or 18650.
    It wasn't really a serious suggestion. Only ever seen AAAA as photo anyhow.

    Can't see this monster doing anything for Intel's capacity issues. Unless TSMC are going to make it for them - or if all their ongoing security speed reductions finally get rewarded with less sales. Currently if exploits cause -20% speed drops, Intel's sale go up +20% to make up the shortfall, which is crazy.

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