Updated:11:43 AM EST Jan 17


this is ggmania.com subsite 7nm Intel Xe GPUs Codenamed 'Ponte Vecchio' - TechAmok

TOP STORIES

HEADLINES

490+ kilometers per hour - Bugatti Chiron
NVIDIA's Next-Generation Ampere GPUs to be 50% Faster than Turing
What If Earth Was Hit By A Grain Of Sand Going Light of Speed
i9 10900K is up to 30% faster than the i9 9900K
You Can Still Upgrade To Windows 10 For Free
KENOBI - A Star Wars Fan Film
Breaking Into a Smart Home With A Laser
Gorilla Suddenly Punches Glass
Extended Security Updates will extend to 2023 for MSE on Windows 7
The best pics on the Internet #270
The best pics on the Internet #269
Who pays the lowest taxes in the US?
InvisibleShield Offers Camera Lens Protection
The best pics on the Internet #268
Dangerous tattoo remover from eBay is a MILLION watt laser
AMD Announces the Radeon RX 5500 XT Graphics Card
Apple sues former chip designer for breach of contract
How to Extend Your Windows 7 Security Updates Past January 2020

IGORRR - VERY NOISE
A Gibbon's Screams Are Very, Very Weird
Lock Makers, Please Stop!
Guns Akimbo - Official Trailer
NVIDIA GeForce 442.01 Hotfix Driver
AMD Releases Radeon Software Adrenalin 20.1.2 Drivers
Samsung Galaxy S20+ shown off in hands on video
Serious security vulnerability in a core cryptographic component
Microsoft's Windows 7 Reaches End-Of-Life
Giant Boeing 747 Vertical Takeoff
E:60 - Meet 'The Michael Jordan of Dogs'
Marcin Patrzalek: Polish Guitarist MURDERS His Guitar!
Disturbed - Down With The Sickness in 20 Styles
Samsung XCover Pro Targets Businesses
Microsoft will support Edge on Windows 7 for at least 18 months
Samsung's booth: the Galaxy Chromebook, The Wall, and more
Dell Shows Off Foldable and Dual Screen Laptops at CES
Google Pay Now Supports Student ID Cards

7nm Intel Xe GPUs Codenamed 'Ponte Vecchio' - [hardware]
03:59 AM EST - Nov,14 2019 - post a comment

Intel's first Xe GPU built on the company's 7 nm silicon fabrication process will be codenamed "Ponte Vecchio," according to a VideoCardz report. These are not gaming GPUs, but rather compute accelerators designed for exascale computing, which leverage the company's CXL (Compute Express Link) interconnect that has bandwidth comparable to PCIe gen 4.0, but with scalability features slated to come out with future generations of PCIe. Intel is preparing its first enterprise compute platform featuring these accelerators codenamed "Project Aurora," in which the company will exert end-to-end control over not just the hardware stack, but also the software. "Project Aurora" combines up to six "Ponte Vecchio" Xe accelerators with up to two Xeon multi-core processors based on the 7 nm "Sapphire Rapids" microarchitecture, and OneAPI, a unifying API that lets a single kind of machine code address both the CPU and GPU. With Intel owning the x86 machine architecture, it's likely that Xe GPUs will feature, among other things, the ability to process x86 instructions. The API will be able to push scalar workloads to the CPU, and and the GPU's scalar units, and vector workloads to the GPU's vector-optimized SIMD units. Intel's main pitch to the compute market could be significantly lowered software costs from API and machine-code unification between the CPU and GPU.


Add your comment (free registrationrequired)

Short overview of recent news articles

Jan,17 2020 IGORRR - VERY NOISE
Jan,17 2020 A Gibbon's Screams Are Very, Very Weird
Jan,17 2020 Lock Makers, Please Stop!
Jan,17 2020 Guns Akimbo - Official Trailer
Jan,17 2020 NVIDIA GeForce 442.01 Hotfix Driver
Jan,15 2020 AMD Releases Radeon Software Adrenalin 20.1.2 Drivers
Jan,14 2020 Samsung Galaxy S20+ shown off in hands on video
Jan,14 2020 Serious security vulnerability in a core cryptographic component
Jan,14 2020 Microsoft's Windows 7 Reaches End-Of-Life
Jan,14 2020 Giant Boeing 747 Vertical Takeoff
Jan,13 2020 E:60 - Meet 'The Michael Jordan of Dogs'
Jan,13 2020 Marcin Patrzalek: Polish Guitarist MURDERS His Guitar!
Jan,13 2020 Disturbed - Down With The Sickness in 20 Styles
Jan,13 2020 Samsung XCover Pro Targets Businesses
Jan,13 2020 Microsoft will support Edge on Windows 7 for at least 18 months
Jan,11 2020 Samsung's booth: the Galaxy Chromebook, The Wall, and more
Jan,11 2020 Dell Shows Off Foldable and Dual Screen Laptops at CES
Jan,11 2020 Google Pay Now Supports Student ID Cards
>> News Archive <<

TechAmok - Privacy Policy        loading time:0.01secs