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Now we see the real reason for Intel's GPU push. The D.O.E. contracts state any projects must go to 2 seperate companies. You need to design both CPU's and GPU's so that leaves pretty much AMD and Intel. Sorry Nvidia

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post #12 of 18 (permalink) Old 05-07-2019, 08:36 PM - Thread Starter
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Now we see the real reason for Intel's GPU push. The D.O.E. contracts state any projects must go to 2 seperate companies. You need to design both CPU's and GPU's so that leaves pretty much AMD and Intel. Sorry Nvidia
You do realize the fastest two supercomputers owned by the DOE are made by IBM using nVidia Teslas? Summit and Sierra. They probably got a cheaper deal from Intel and AMD.

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people forget that these super computers spend a good amount of time working on the world's problems.

and the other time calculating the best way to blow up the world's problems.
Only a tiny sliver of "nuclear" can contribute in any meaningful way to creating or enhancing a detonation. The majority of the nuclear research the DOE does is squarely based on trying to figure out how to overcome ignorant idiotic NIMBY protestors so we can stop burning coal.


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Only a tiny sliver of "nuclear" can contribute in any meaningful way to creating or enhancing a detonation. The majority of the nuclear research the DOE does is squarely based on trying to figure out how to overcome ignorant idiotic NIMBY protestors so we can stop burning coal.
... it was a joke ...

NIMBY aside, they need to keep burning coal until the cost of alternatives isn't so high that it screws over the already poor... who likely have coal plants in their backyard

besides, how else are we supposed to charge our coal powered cars?!

sad that we can't get a proper reactor solution.
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Achieving exascale is imperative, not only to better the scientific community, but also to better the lives of everyday Americans,” says DoE Secretary Rick Perry. Aurora and the next generation of exascale supercomputers will apply HPC and AI technologies to areas such as cancer research, climate modeling, and veterans’ health treatments. The innovative advancements that will be made with exascale will have an incredibly significant impact on our society.”


What a liar! They have already dramatically slashed the Center for Disease Control budget, they deny climate change, and the problem with the underfunded Veterans Administration is not enough shoes in the hospitals. My VA doctor has 1,350 patients! They have it set up like a frontline triage unit in order to cope.

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luckily they don't do the science stuff

and : its a damn shame what's been going on with the VA, for decades now I have some family members that get the "here's more morphine tabs, now leave us alone" treatment.
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Isnt AMD's Frontier better?

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Quote: Originally Posted by DNMock View Post
Whoa there, that is big news, if for no other reason than Intel pushing their GPU's on 10nm ahead of their CPU's.

I wonder if Intel is giving them a killer deal on there GPU to help promote it or if they are shaping up to just be that dang good.

The "10nm" is a misnomer, its still the same chemical/metallic process they're just trying to use mirrors and shadows to produce more accuracy.

Using intel's gpu makes sense tho, since it's a tiny weak piece of junk it'll be easier to keep cool in arrays.
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