Xe-HPC

In what’s turning into an Xe sort of day, Intel’s GPU guru and frontman for their GPU division, Raja Koduri, has tweeted that the company is getting ready to begin power on testing for their forthcoming high-end server GPU, the Xe-HPC based Ponte Vecchio. And along with this announcement, Koduri has also posted a somewhat redacted photo of the sizable chip. Xe HPC ready for power on! 7 advanced silicon technologies in a single package Silicon engineers dream Thing of beauty @intel pic.twitter.com/RF8Prsy05f — Raja Koduri (@Rajaontheedge) January 26, 2021 According to Koduri, Ponte Vecchio incorporates “7 advanced silicon technologies,” likely referring to everything from the four different process nodes used to make the chiplets, to memory stacks, and including the Foveros packaging. Ponte Vecchio is a keystone project for Intel’s...

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34 by Dr. Ian Cutress on 11/11/2020

Intel Xe-HPC GPU Status Update: 4 Process Nodes Make 1 Accelerator

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20 by Ryan Smith on 8/13/2020

Analyzing Intel’s Discrete Xe-HPC Graphics Disclosure: Ponte Vecchio, Rambo Cache, and Gelato

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49 by Dr. Ian Cutress on 12/24/2019

AnandTech Exclusive: An Interview with Intel’s Raja Koduri about Xe

This week Raja gave the keynote at Intel’s HPC DevCon event, a precursor to Supercomputing, and I did my usual thing of asking for the interview, fully expecting the...

73 by Dr. Ian Cutress on 11/20/2019

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