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7nm Intel Xe GPUs Codenamed 'Ponte Vecchio' [49412]

 
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 14, 2019 10:01 am    Post subject: 7nm Intel Xe GPUs Codenamed 'Ponte Vecchio' [49412] Reply with quote

control over not just the hardware stack, but also the software.

uot;Project Aurorauot; combines up to six uot;Ponte Vecchiouot; Xe accelerators with up to two Xeon multi-core processors based on the 7 nm uot;Sapphire Rapidsuot; microarchitecture, and OneAPI, a unifying API that lets a single kind of ma

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PostPosted: Thu Nov 14, 2019 10:09 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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These are not gaming GPUs

Of course it's not. You failed over and over again on GPUs.
I am guessing it's intended more of a competition for CUDA to balance the low core count on Intel CPUs.
This way, they can keep making low core count CPU and say: if you need high performance parallelization, buy this shit instead.
Then, they could include a target in Intel Parallel Studio and optimize for that shit.
Could work because CUDA is terrible at this.
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 15, 2019 12:24 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

it's not for CUDA it's for AI. And we (well, ones that followed the development of this project) knew these will be for computation and AI. For desktop, intel offers newer IGP that is equally as bad as AMD APU Vega. Sooo...considering the intel's business scale and the amount of R&D, is it so hard to see them investing into future instead of the present?

You can still go desktop and tell me AMD is now better, just make sure you show me core for core, not 6/6 vs 6/12 and we fine.

PS. Anyway, intel has been working with nVidia to deliver Deep learning platforms. But they want to do everything and not have to include nvidia in the servers like they did until now.

you can start here: https://newsroom.intel.com/editorials/intel-deliver-leading-platform-artificial-intelligence/

continue here: https://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/accelerate-deep-learning-inference-with-integrated-intel-processor-graphics-rev-2-0

and then there are some newer papers on youtube, but I am too lazy to search my history for those. Sorry Smile

This is where the money is in the future, it's a huge growing business that ain't slowing down. It is the future.

PPS. What low core count? In server segment, intel had 32 cores for 10 years almost. They have over 40 now (80 + threads) on desktop, well, I don't think i9900 is low core count, and you can (thanks AMD) get 6 and 8 core cheap and for peanuts now you can get and 4/8 core i3...
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