Raja Koduri shares photo of Intel Xe-HPC GPU

Posted on Wednesday, Jan 27 2021 @ 11:35 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
A lot of people like Twitter as it's a very easy platform to share quick thoughts, considerations, and updates. Raja Koduri is a big fan of it as he regularly provides some updates about Intel's GPU business via tweets. Now he's showing off the Xe-HPC, this is a GPGPU chip that will be used for the HPC market.
The base tile is manufactured using Intel’s 10nm SuperFin architecture, but for instance, the Rambo Cache Tile is already using 10nm Enhanced SuperFin architecture. The compute tile is made using Next-Gen & External nodes, while the Xe I/O Tile is manufactured using external foundry exclusively. In total there are 7 advanced silicon technologies, Raja Koduri claims on Twitter.
The Xe-HPC is expected to launch alongside Intel's Sapphire Rapids-based Xeon CPUs.

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