It's not Mflops/w, but Gflops/w.The S10000 is 3.94Mflops per W. 2xGPUs
Telsa K20X is 5.57Mflops per W. 1xGPU
The S10000 is 3.94Mflops per W.
Telsa K20X is 5.57Mflops per W.
Anyway, in the 225W segment thats its all about.
FirePro S9000, 900Mhz, 0.806 peak DP Tflops, 6GB@264GB/sec. (3.58Mflops/W.)
Xeon Phi 5110P, 1053Mhz, 1.01 peak DP Tflops, 8GB@320GB/sec. (4.49Mflops/W.)
Tesla K20, 706Mhz, 1.17 peak DP Tflops, 5GB@208GB/sec. (5.2Mflops/W.)
I thought the 7900 series had ECC?RussianSensation said:If you just compare it on paper, for us consumers, we need to spend $3000-5000 on an NV card that offers comparable compute performance to a $500 Asus Matrix (of course I realize professional compute differs from consumer compute but for us distributed computing guys, ECC is irrelevant).
Everyone's favorite satire writer seems to think Maxwell will be dead in the water and Nvidia is doomed (again).Seeing how NV met its target of 3x increase in DP Gflops / watt with Kepler over Fermi, things are looking exciting for Maxwell. In 2-2.5 years, K20X is going to look like a toy based on NV's roadmap.
It's definitely exciting to see GPUs become far more important in the world outside of games.
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