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Gigabyte G242-Z10 Review 2U 4x GPU Server

In our Gigabyte G242-Z10 review, we take a look at how this AMD EPYC 2U 4x GPU server performs and some of the interesting features the platform provides
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PNY GeForce RTX 2080 Ti Blower GPU Review

In our PNY GeForce RTX 2080 Ti Blower review, we find a blower cooler design and a few tweaks to optimize this GPU for dense compute systems
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HPE-Cray and AMD Win Again with El Capitan 2 Exaflop Supercomputer

HPE-Cray Shasta and Slingshot make a clean sweep of the first US DoE exascale systems. AMD Zen4 and future GPUs power El Capitan marking another big AMD win while IBM, NVIDIA, and Mellanox leave empty-handed

NVIDIA Quadro RTX at the Oscars

NVIDIA spoke to us a bit about how their Quadro RTX products were used to enable teams behind movies such as The Irishman featured at the Oscars

PNY Shows Passive NVIDIA Quadro RTX 6000 and RTX 8000 Versions

After their release in December, PNY is now selling the passively cooled NVIDIA Quadro RTX 6000 and Quadro RTX 8000 for servers and workstations
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NVIDIA TensorRT 7 Launched and NVIDIA Drive AGX Orin Announced

At GTC China 2019, NVIDIA TensorRT 7 debuted alongside a new automotive AI pipeline and chip called Orin set to release in 2022

Dell Precision T7920 Dual Intel Xeon Workstation Review

Our Dell Precision T7920 review shows how this dual Intel Xeon Platinum and NVIDIA Quadro RTX workstation performs and the flexibility it provides

Gigabyte Shows AMD EPYC 7002 Series GPU Servers at SC19

At SC19, Gigabyte showed off new AMD EPYC 7002 series GPU compute servers as well as a Marvell ThunderX2 CUDA on Arm development platform

NVIDIA Quadro RTX 8000 GPU Review

Our benchmarks and review of the NVIDIA Quadro RTX 8000 GPU delves into what the top-end NVIDIA PCIe GPU with 48GB of ECC GDDR6 can do

NVIDIA Tesla V100S Boasts Big Performance Gains at Same Power

The NVIDIA Tesla V100S is boasting double digit compute and memory bandwidth performance gains at the same power levels as the original Tesla V100