Amd v340 - dual Vega

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Amd announced details on their new v340 graphics card for data center. 300w for a card with dual Vega56 chips at 1500mhz? (Semiaccurate) and 32GB hbm. Product site shows its 14nm. The TDP seems low for 14nm since a wx8200 Vega56 card is 230w tdp. I was expecting it to be 7nm but could it be a typo?

https://www.amd.com/en/graphics/v34...orbuilders&utm_medium=redirect&utm_source=301

http://ir.amd.com/news-releases/new...m-pro-v340-graphics-card-delivers-accelerated

https://semiaccurate.com/2018/08/26/amd-v-series-virtualization-gpus-launch-with-the-v340/
 

swilli89

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Ugh. reminds me of 3870x2 days
 

maddie

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Amd announced details on their new v340 graphics card for data center. 300w for a card with dual Vega56 chips at 1500mhz? (Semiaccurate) and 32GB hbm. Product site shows its 14nm. The TDP seems low for 14nm since a wx8200 Vega56 card is 230w tdp. I was expecting it to be 7nm but could it be a typo?

https://www.amd.com/en/graphics/v34...orbuilders&utm_medium=redirect&utm_source=301

http://ir.amd.com/news-releases/new...m-pro-v340-graphics-card-delivers-accelerated

https://semiaccurate.com/2018/08/26/amd-v-series-virtualization-gpus-launch-with-the-v340/
You might be confusing this with Vega 20, which is a single die 7nm GPU with 4 stacks of HBM2.
 

PeterScott

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Amd announced details on their new v340 graphics card for data center. 300w for a card with dual Vega56 chips at 1500mhz? (Semiaccurate) and 32GB hbm. Product site shows its 14nm. The TDP seems low for 14nm since a wx8200 Vega56 card is 230w tdp. I was expecting it to be 7nm but could it be a typo?

https://www.amd.com/en/graphics/v34...orbuilders&utm_medium=redirect&utm_source=301

http://ir.amd.com/news-releases/new...m-pro-v340-graphics-card-delivers-accelerated

https://semiaccurate.com/2018/08/26/amd-v-series-virtualization-gpus-launch-with-the-v340/

It's not 7nm, it's 14nm Vega.

Typically dual chip GPU cards run at lower clock speed, and almost certainly that is the case here as well.
 

thecoolnessrune

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I'm at VMWorld and got to hold this card. It weighs a ton (mostly for its passive heatsink). They have a server on display with 4 V340 GPUs, 512GB of RAM, and a single EPYC CPU. The promise is being able to do 128 fully involved Windows 10 sessions with 64 threads from the single EPYC CPU (oversubscription of 8:1 when using 2 vCPUs per VM). Single socket licensing, and no NVIDIA GRID Licensing. That's a *massive* savings over a competing Intel / NVIDIA solution. I'll be curious to see if it pans out in some sales.
 

Hitman928

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Wasn't that a gaming card?

What's the advanced " Vega " mean? Just as in Vega or is it some advanced form of Vega?
It's just Vega. Their just describing Vega as an advanced architecture.
 


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