- NVIDIA H100 NVL for Large Language Model Deployment has 94 gigabytes of accompanying memory and is tailored to handle "inference" tasks on so-called large language models, the natural language programs of which ChatGPT is an example.
- The second chip is the L4 for AI Video, which the company says "can deliver 120x more AI-powered video performance than CPUs, combined with 99% better energy efficiency."
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- Microsoft has announced a new AI virtual machine that used upgraded GPUs from NVIDIA.
- The new ND H100 v5 VM from Microsoft use NVIDIA's H100 GPUs, an upgrade from the previous A100 GPUs.
- This is in addition to Microsoft's previously announced ChatGPT in Azure OpenAI Service, which lets third parties access the chatbot tech through Azure
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- In a surprising twist, Nvidia’s RTX 30-series Founders Edition graphics cards are no longer available for sale. You can still buy cards made by Nvidia’s partners, but not the official FE versions prepared by Nvidia itself.
- While the company’s focus has been solely on the RTX 40 series lately, the RTX 30 cards are still some of the best GPUs.
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- Nvidia updated its list of known issues for GeForce driver 531.18 to acknowledge user reports of high CPU usage after exiting games.
- Developers are working on a hotfix, which will arrive on Tuesday.
- Those who need an immediate solution and don't want to mess with internal files should reboot their PCs after exiting a game or roll back to an earlier driver until the hotfix arrives.
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- Nvidia's latest driver, version 531.18, appears to have a bug that causes high CPU usage after exiting games.
- However, the company admits that the problem exists, so expect Nvidia to issue a hotfix or a new driver version that fixes the annoying bug.
- As it turns out, Nvidia's Display Container Service causes 10% - 15% higher CPU usage after a game is closed, which can be observed in Windows Task Manager.
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