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Old 01-06-17, 11:40 AM
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Nvidia showcases a 4x Tesla V100 Volta system at Computex

Nvidia has been showcasing their new DGX Deep learning workstation at Computex, which has four PCIe Tesla V100 Volta GPUs.



Read more on Nvidia's new DGX Quad Tesla V100 system.

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Old 01-06-17, 12:15 PM
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This is pocket nooke. Supercomputer power in regular case.
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They should have water-cooled the GPUs at least....
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They should have water-cooled the GPUs at least....
It says they are watercooled.
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I would have bought it if it had RGB lighting on all the components.
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I would have bought it if it had RGB lighting on all the components.
This is not for consumers. It's also $69k... Which should also give the hint it's not for consumers
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I would have bought it if it had RGB lighting on all the components.
I am so not fan of RGB everything. It is getting pointless. Less is sometimes more.
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One of my friends would buy four tesla v100 cards for the 20k cuda cores at whatever price.
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Just wondering, if someone can get some info about older Nvidia supercomputers and their price. 69k is a lot, but is it also a lot for a supercomputer?

Also, is that foam above the case (i guess the radiator is mounted in the roof)?
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Just wondering, if someone can get some info about older Nvidia supercomputers and their price. 69k is a lot, but is it also a lot for a supercomputer?

Also, is that foam above the case (i guess the radiator is mounted in the roof)?
I think 69k is good price for the computing power that you have. It can supplement a lot of conventional hardware. It occupies a lot less space, and it is more energy efficient.

Edit: You also pay for the software that nVidia offers.
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