Garnering Intel on a brand new discrete GPU company
Subject: General Tech | February 20, 2018 - 12:50 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: Intel, discrete gpu
Intel discreetly released a tidbit of information on a new project they are undertaking, a GPU specifically for HPC which will compete with AMD and NVIDIA's current offerings. We do not know much, The Inquirer was able to ferret out that this will be a two chip solution, with a GPU and FPGA for optimization. The chips will be fabbed on a 14nm process and contain 1.542 billion transistors, significantly lower than either AMD or NVIDIA's current cards; an interesting fact which we do not know what effect it will have on performance. Drop by to see if you can glean any more info here.
"The chip maker showcased a prototype design for an in-house graphics acceleration unit based on a 14-nanometre process at the excitingly named IEE International Solid-State Circuits Conference in San Francisco, reported PC Watch."
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