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    Cerebras 7nm WSE-2 processor packs in 2.6 trillion transistors

    WSE-2 has 123x more cores and 1,000x more on-chip memory than GPU rivals.
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    Re: Cerebras 7nm WSE-2 processor packs in 2.6 trillion transistors

    How many of these do they have to make before they get one with no damage/errors that is completely functional???

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    Re: Cerebras 7nm WSE-2 processor packs in 2.6 trillion transistors

    1 because they have 100% yeild by designing a system in which any manufacturing defect can be bypassed – there are extra cores to allow for defects.

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    Re: Cerebras 7nm WSE-2 processor packs in 2.6 trillion transistors

    Exciting times for datacentre people but I am not a big fan of the internet turning into the internet of datacentres of large websites and services

    It's good to see that people can still keep AMD and Intel on their toes. Though of course ARM has been doing this for decades
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    Re: Cerebras 7nm WSE-2 processor packs in 2.6 trillion transistors

    What is the hashrate of one of these,,,,,, everything to get miners to look elsewhere.

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    Re: Cerebras 7nm WSE-2 processor packs in 2.6 trillion transistors

    Quote Originally Posted by ronray View Post
    1 because they have 100% yeild by designing a system in which any manufacturing defect can be bypassed – there are extra cores to allow for defects.
    Indeed. Rate it at 95% of nominal capability and you have plenty of room to play with. Or just put a great big * by the figures.

    *nominal values based on perfect fabricobblin' - your experience may vary considerably.


    Anyone know if this can play Crysis?

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    Re: Cerebras 7nm WSE-2 processor packs in 2.6 trillion transistors

    Quote Originally Posted by philehidiot View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by ronray View Post
    1 because they have 100% yeild by designing a system in which any manufacturing defect can be bypassed – there are extra cores to allow for defects.
    Indeed. Rate it at 95% of nominal capability and you have plenty of room to play with. Or just put a great big * by the figures.

    *nominal values based on perfect fabricobblin' - your experience may vary considerably.


    Anyone know if this can play Crysis?
    Most likely if you program the cores and such after GFX and CPU instructions and more as well all in one... then it could probably run that poorly optimized game fluent in 16K Resolution at 200+ FPS

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    Re: Cerebras 7nm WSE-2 processor packs in 2.6 trillion transistors

    How many instances of Crysis could it run!? 1 for each of its 400,000 Cores

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    Re: Cerebras 7nm WSE-2 processor packs in 2.6 trillion transistors

    is this amazing? same die area with slightly more than twice the transistors. Intel claims that 7nm TSMC is not pure 7nm is simply WRONG.

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    Re: Cerebras 7nm WSE-2 processor packs in 2.6 trillion transistors

    Quote Originally Posted by Gentle Viking View Post
    What is the hashrate of one of these,,,,,, everything to get miners to look elsewhere.
    Exactly what I was thinking, I should imagine they are cost prohibitive though and I doubt that it'll run Nicehash lol

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