Nvidia’s Hopper data center GPU

Nvidia introduced their long-anticipated Hopper GPU with startling compute results—the chip is actually more of a compute engine than a GPU per se. Nvidia is claiming a 6X improvement over the previous-generation Ampere. Of that improvement rate, 2X comes from getting the chip to do FP8 calculations for inferencing. Another 2X comes from improvements in Cuda, and 1.3X comes from ...

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