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Intel confirms HBM memory for Sapphire Rapids, detailing the Ponte Vecchio package


Intel issued a series of announcements at today’s International Supercomputing (ISC) 2021 conference, discussing its extensive solutions for supercomputing and HPC applications. The big news in hardware is that Intel’s Sapphire Rapids data center chip will be equipped with HBM memory, DDR5, PCIe 5.0 and support CXL 1.1.In addition, Intel confirmed that its Old Bridge GPU The OAM form factor will be adopted, and the power consumption of each package is said to be as high as 600W. Ponte Vecchio GPUs will appear in clusters of four or eight GPUs.

Intel Xeon Sapphire Rapids with HBM (High Bandwidth Memory)

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Intel has leaked a lot of information about its Sapphire Rapids Xeon server chip, some intentionally and some unintentionally.We already know that the chip will follow Golden Bay Building Etched on 10nm enhanced SuperFin process.Intel Powering the chip for the first time in June 2020, They have DDR5, PCIe 5 and CXL 1.1 support, and will enter the Eagle Stream platform. These chips also support Intel Advanced Matrix Extensions (AMX), which is designed to improve the performance of training and inference workloads.


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