AMD’s next-gen Intuition MI200 has been within the headlines increasingly over the previous couple of months, with a brand new rumor suggesting the brand new Aldebaran — a brand new compute structure for Intuition MI200 that will probably be a dual-die GPU.
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The brand new dual-die Aldebaran GPU has been noticed by Coelacanth’s Dream inside some new Linux patches and hidden in code, with a patch from February 24 referring to the Aldebaran dual-die GPU as ‘alde_die_0‘ and ‘alde_die_1‘. This might, in very apparent phrases, confer with a dual-die GPU — or MCM (multi-chip module) which is analogous to the chiplet know-how AMD makes use of on its Zen CPU household of processors.
AMD’s next-gen Aldebaran GPU will probably be their first multi-chip module GPU that may compete with Intel Xe-HPC and NVIDIA’s next-gen Hopper GPUs which needs to be MCM designs additionally. In the identical patches for Linux it shuold be famous that there are references to HBM2E, which is the sooner variant of the super-fast reminiscence know-how.
AMD can add extra DRAM layers to extend reminiscence quantities, versus including extra stacks due to the MCM design that Aldebaran and its dual-die GPU will carry. Issues are about to get very, very fascinating with these super-powered MCM designs coming to the GPU world very quickly.