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Can Supermicro’s Pascal Beat Nvidia’s Own DGX-1?

At the GPU Technology Conference, Nvidia introduced its DGX-1 supercomputer. Based on combining the two 20-core Xeon E5 v4 processors with eight Tesla P100 cards, DGX-1 is a 3U server that promises to deliver 85.2 TFLOPS of compute performance (FP32). For a price of $129,000, you can order the DGX-1 system today and get the ultimate performance out of a single rack. Yet during that same event, there might be a product that already upstaged the performance delivered by a single DGX-1 server. On the second day of the show, we encountered Supermicro’s 1U ‘Super GPU’ server. While Supermicro is known as a manufacturer of ultra-dense computers, and is

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Nvidia Launches Tesla K80 Dual Kepler Compute Card

Tesla K80 SC14

Nvidia today has launched its latest Tesla dual GPU card, the Tesla K80, which features two of Nvidia’s own Kepler GPUs with 24 GB of GDDR5 memory at SC14

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