Nvidia releases new test data from its AI lineup

The H100 GPU and L4 AIB are tested on the new MLPerf 3.0 benchmark suite.

Robert Dow

Nvidia continues to lead the way in the field of artificial intelligence, as its H100 and newly announced L4 add-in board showed impressive performance gains over previous-generation GPUs. The H100 also saw a 50% performance improvement over its initial tests from six months ago. Earlier this month, Nvidia released new benchmark data for the H100 tensor core GPU running in DGX H100 systems. The Hopper-based add-in boards were tested using the MLPerf 3.0 benchmark suite. MLPerf is the industry-standard suite for measuring the performance of machine learning (ML) hardware, software, and cloud platforms. The tests showed a 4× improvement over

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