Monday, February 26, 2024

Intel’s Xe-HP GPU crushes Nvidia’s A100, but there is certainly a catch


Intel not too long ago started off to share specifics about its upcoming GPUs primarily based on the Xe architecture that will span from notebooks to supercomputers. One of Intel’s impending GPUs — the quad-tile Xe-HP — is at the moment being tested by the enterprise in its labs and is now demonstrating quite promising effectiveness by beating Nvidia’s A100 GPU by two occasions in FP32 maths.  

Early silicon of Intel’s quad-tile Xe-HP with 2048 compute units runs at 1300MHz and takes advantage of early motorists, yet it can hit a somewhat whopping 42 FP32 TFLOPS, in accordance to the company. It is noteworthy that effectiveness of Intel’s Xe-HP scales approximately linearly from a single tile, to two tiles, to 4 tiles. 

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