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AMD presents ‘powerful server-gpu’ so far
AMD FirePro S9150 has presented a server-gpu according to the manufacturer is the first with double-precision calculations to come, making it the first server-gpu which would therefore go. 2Tflops about to 2,53Tflops
The GPU for hpc picks in double-precision calculations exactly half the speed of single-precision calculations. The FirePro S9150 gets thereby 5,07Tflops. The server-GPU is built on AMD’s own Graphics Core Next architecture, which according to the manufacturer is designed for such applications.
The S9150 has 2816 stream processors and GDDR5 memory the size of 16GB with a memory bandwidth of 320GB / s. The TDP is 235W, much less than, say, 375W of FirePro S10000 from 2012 The S9150 is one of the first GPUs from AMD with OpenCL 2.0 support, although that is only a few months after release.
Besides the S9150 AMD also comes with S9050, which is less powerful graphics and AMD which presumably a lower price will ask. On single-precision calculations, the S9050 to 3,23Tflops, while memory with 12GB is also slightly smaller and less bandwidth, namely 264GB / s. The TDP is also slightly lower. 225W withViewing:-139
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