After abandoning its own GPU for supercomputers, machine learning, and video games in 2009, Intel has returned to the market with a new 72-core Xeon Phi, to compete with NVIDIA’s growing portfolio of GPUs.
The Xeon Phi ‘Knights Landing’ chip, announced at the International Supercomputing Conference in Frankfurt, Germany last week, is Intel’s most powerful and expensive chip to date and is aimed at machine learning and supercomputers, two areas where Nvidia’s GPUs have flourished.
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Inside the chip there is 72-cores running at 1

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