Intel Xe HP “Arctic Sound” 1T and 2T Cards Pictured
Intel has been thoroughly teasing its Xe HP scalable compute architecture for some time now, and Igor’s Lab has an special appear at GPU compute cards based mostly on the Xe HP silicon. We know from older stories that Intel’s Xe HP compute accelerator deals come in three crucial variants—1 tile, two tiles, and 4 tiles. A “tile” right here is an unbiased GPU accelerator die. Each of these tiles has 512 execution units, which convert to four,096 programmable shaders. The solitary-tile card is a compact, half-top card capable of 1U and 2U chassis. According to Igor’s Lab, it will come with sixteen GB of HBM2E memory with 716 GB/s memory bandwidth, and the single tile has 384 out of 512 EUs enabled (three,072 shaders). The card also has a usual board electrical power of just one hundred fifty W.
The Arctic Seem 2T card is an interesting contraption. A considerably much larger 2-slot card of length very easily previously mentioned 28 cm, and a workstation spacer, the 2T card employs a two-tile variant of the Xe HP package deal, but each individual of the two tiles only has 480 out of 512 EUs enabled. This performs out to 7,680 shaders. The twin-chiplet MCM makes use of 32 GB of HBM2E memory (16 GB per tile), and a typical board energy of three hundred W. A one 4+4 pin EPS connector, capable of up to 225 W, is utilized to ability the card.