AMD Radeon Instinct goes 7nm Vega

@ 2018/11/07
Radeon Instinct MI60 and Instinct MI50

At its dedicated The Next Horizon event, AMD has reiterated its total commitment to datacenter market, both with the 7nm EPYC Rome CPU based on the brand new Zen 2 architecture, as well as with its new 7nm Vega-based Radeon Instinct graphics cards, promising significant improvements in the enterprise accelerator market.

Both the newly announced Radeon Instinct MI60 and the Radeon Instinct MI50 share a lot of similarities, with both being based on the same 7nm Vega GPU, and bring significant improvements compared to the previously available Radeon Instinct MI25.

When it comes to specifications, the 7nm Vega GPU packs 3.2B transistors on a 331 mm2 die, with flexible, high-performance compute engine capable of covering different workloads, scalable interconnect and communications and end-to-end ECC enablement. It also comes with up to 32GB of 2nd generation High Bandwidth Memory (HBM2) on a 4096-bit memory interface, offering 1TB/s of memory bandwidth.

The 7nm Vega is also the industry-first PCIe 4.0 capable GPU, offering 64GB/s of bi-directional CPU-to-GPU bandwidth, and comes with new Infinity Fabric Links, offering 100GB/s per Link for GPU-to-GPU bandwidth.

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