The Mi300c was not featured in the presentation, but it does not mean it is not coming out at some point.Charlie is just rambling about MI300A mostly:
The CPU only MI300C doesn't feature at all so Charlie probably missed it.
BTW, in the locked thread, you mentioned ~2,400 mm2 ballpark of silicon on the Mi300a, which is what I have been calculating as well.Too boutique to be an actual product.
MI400 gen maybe, Zen5 is a lot better for silly FMA crunch.
That was for X but A is somewhere in the ballpark too.BTW, in the locked thread, you mentioned ~2,400 mm2 ballpark of silicon on the Mi300a, which is what I have been calculating as well.
Dylan has accurate die sizes listed in his article.Which is probably a little more N5 die area than H100 (1000 mm2 vs 800 mm2?) + 1400mm2 of N6
Well I mean it's an extremely high-margin segment and the solution seems very-very competitive so they're totes okay with piling up on costs.I wonder if AMD is getting the sufficient bang for the buck on all this silicon...