Hey buddy, wanna buy a cheap super computer?

After alerting the media at the Supercomputing Conference in 2016, Nvidia introduced the DGX-1 supercomputer at GTC 2016, as the world's first deep learning supercomputer to meet the unlimited computing demands of artificial intelligence. The price was $149,000 and came equipped with eight Tesla V100s GPUs, linked together via next-gen Nvidia NVLink interconnect technology that ups the bandwidth per GPU ...

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