To begin with, Featuring 2816 stream processors, 32GB of GDDR5 VRAM and 5.24 TFLOPS peak single-precision processing power, the AMD Fire Pro S9170 Server Graphics Card can accelerate workflows that involve intensive parallel processing. Projects that can take advantage of the parallel processing include computational fluid dynamics and structural mechanics, numeral analytics, and molecular dynamics. Conversely, This card uses a passive heatsink for silent and reliable cooling. This card cannot be use to drive a display by itself as it has no front panel outputs.
Furthermore, The 28nm GCN Architecture with more efficient process technology puts more transistors in less space, enabling an increase in processing power and graphics performance.
Each compute unit can execute instructions from multiple kernels at once
Designed for high-utilization, high-throughput, and multi-tasking
Dual geometry Engines for faster triangle (“primitive”) processing
First GPU family to fully support OpenCL 1.2 and DirectX 11
Regardless, Powers the ecosystem that enables AMD Fire Pro S-series server cards to be use for compute-intensive workflows leveraging the parallel processing power of AMD GPUs, and accelerate many applications beyond just graphics.
Power management technology that provides direct control over GPU power usage. Applications enjoy ultimate performance with dynamic clock optimization, while minimizing workstation energy usage.
Uniquely, Correct single bit memory errors in hardware. ECC memory maintains a memory system effectively free from single-bit errors: the data read from each word is always the same as the data that had been written to it.And also, even if a single bit actually store, or more in some cases, has been flip to the wrong state. Some non-ECC memory with parity support allows errors to be detect, but not correct; otherwise errors that may occur are not detected.
Finally, Server-friendly, low-profile design enables maximum device density and carefree maintenance. Cooled solely by internal server airflow, Fire Pro GPUs using this approach can effectively reduce complexity and maximize reliability for IT organizations requiring server-based visual computing.
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