That's cost per xtor, and 7nm dies tend to have many more of these in general.
For something the size of Navi10, yes.
nV's flagships are usually...
Yes, Lord El-Melloi II Case Files.
Also it's mostly about Clock Tower so has very little in terms of usual Fate/stuff.
Blah-blah Case Files - 01: smug lolis voiced by Inori Minase/10, also Waver suffering (as usual).
Try 3gatsu no Lion.
That's with 2.3k ALUs.
Let's see how it works when they scale it up.
Should I post Wizard or something
With compute shaders aka how everyone does it now and will continue doing for the longest while.
Maybe for bigger Intel U-series replacement SoCs, and that's ? for now.
All 7+ stuff is 2020.
Should be H2'20 and no, it's not 64CU.
Can you even have non-power of 2 anything there?
HC'31, they have a Navi keynote there.
Zen2 (well, probably Rome) speeds&feeds will be dropped there, too.
Bold statement without any actual Si in your hands.
Clock it low enough and you're fine.
Careful with the words, for they may burn you.
Whenever the smaller one lands.
The thing isn't late'20.
It sounds like nV's TPC, where two SMs share some blocks together.
No, that block diagram is exactly for Navi10, 20 double-CUs packed into 4 macro-blocks which themselves are packed into 2 SEs
Cost per mm^2 yielded is also going up.
Is client dGPU big enough of a market to amortize several sizeable N5 dies across the product stack?
I mean, N5/3 also offer plenty of area, just even more marginal and harder to realize perf/power uplifts.
Given that phone SoCs and CCDs are <80mm^2, Y E S.
More hardware, less clocks and xtor-level optimizations, and yes.
Welcome to the end of CMOS as we knew them!
Process gains are now harder to come by and even harder to realize, particularly on larger dies.
Look at the block diagram.
These are not SEs you're thinking of.
Also whatever they did to FF is fun.
Very polished one.
You'll see when the fat one drops.
Now a ~year more.
Nothing called "Arcturus" ever appeared on any AMD roadmap, ever.
This is N7.
There's actually two SEs on the block diagram.
There are 4 rasterizers in distinct blocks there.
That diagram is odd.
She became the CEO back in what, Sep'14?
These things were already set in stone circa that time.
N7 wafers and design costs are higher.
It'll have >64 CUs.
Wait like a few days.
Very, very likely.
Less that and outright just lower peak FP.
Cute little sandbags.
That was tested at like 4k or something.
Heli crash happened much, much later, but otherwise, yeah.
Also very-very authentic.
Less peak FP doesn't mean it's not doing more real FLOPS on average.
It's confirmed Apple is not using it.
Being the first new core since Skylake, yes.
Cannonlake yields were funny.
Does anything use NN denoising right now?
So far tensor cores there are cheap DC inferencing play.
Or it won't have a client offering at all.
You can have both.