Next-gen GPU news is plenty these days, as NVIDIA and AMD both perfect the next generation of graphics. We recently saw AMD’s CDNA chip do better than NVIDIA’s A100 Ampere on FP32 Compute. Now we have the A100 Ampere itself going through another rounds of benchmarks, this time on MLPerf.
MLPerf stands for Machine Learning Performance, so this benchmark really only reflects the performance of the NVIDIA A100 Ampere in machine learning tasks and other tasks that are related to machine learning. The chip was benchmarked on version 0.7 of MLPerf. Take a look:
The A100 Ampere beat all 16 records on MLPerf. It also beat the reigning champion, NVIDIA’s last generation V100 Volta GPU. The A100 does paint a promising future for the future of NVIDIA, as well as all GPUs.
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