Photo of the day: crystal Vega GPU AMD

AMD has published a picture of the crystal GPU Vega.

As you can see in the picture, the configuration of the processor consists of eight clusters of eight blocks of Next Generation Compute Unit (NCU). Every NCU in turn, consists of 64 stream processors (Stream Processor). Thus, the total number of cores that can perform calculations with 32-bit floating-point number is 4096 cores. Recall that in the previous generation GPU NCU could perform operations with 16-bit numbers, enabling double the bandwidth at the expense of reduced width.

The source notes that in the memory, located near the GPU, marked GPA022GA2656. Memory marked as such in the range of SK Hynix no. This could mean that AMD uses memory from another manufacturer. For Example, Samsung.

Source: Videocardz.com

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