- Apr 22, 2020
Running 120/128CU @ >2GHz is a miracle, that is why I said something is of with those FP number.I've now said this multiple times!
The different figures relative to FP64 for FP32/16 are from new ML op focused hardware which performs better for ML tasks - I don't expect those high numbers to be reflected on general compute tasks that do not fit that use case.
The FP64 number fits comfortably for a 120 CU server/workstation part designed to be run as one of up to 8 in a rack, so lower clockspeeds as with EPYC are to be expected.
Otherwise you are implying that a 120 CU part is running at what, 2.734 Ghz?
You must realise how ridiculous that sounds on any variant of 7nm node.