A little fun bit of trivia is that the Radeon Instinct MI60 does not have support for Microsoft's Windows operating system. TechPowerUp reports the card exclusively comes with x86-64 Linux drivers at launch:
At launch, AMD is only releasing x86-64 Linux drivers, with API support for OpenGL 4.6, Vulkan 1.0, and OpenCL 2.0, along with AMD's ROCm open ecosystem. The lack of display connector already disqualifies this card for most workstation applications, but with the lack of Windows support, it is also the most expensive graphics card that "can't run Crysis."It's not known whether Windows drivers will follow at a later point. Similarly, we don't know whether AMD has plans to use its 7nm Vega 20 GPU for other applications than the datacenter market.
AMD @RadeonInstinct MI60 and MI50 accelerators, the world’s first 7nm datacenter GPUs, designed to deliver the compute performance required for next-generation machine learning, HPC, cloud computing and rendering applications. #NextHorizon pic.twitter.com/ikDaF55njW— AMD (@AMD) 6 november 2018