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Intel Xeon Phi SE10X

Graphics Processor
Knights Corner
Cores
976
TMUs
32
ROPs
N/A
Memory Size
8 GB
Memory Type
GDDR5
Bus Width
512 bit
The Xeon Phi SE10X was a professional graphics card by Intel, launched on November 12th, 2012. Built on the 22 nm process, and based on the Knights Corner graphics processor, the card does not support DirectX. Since Xeon Phi SE10X does not support DirectX 11 or DirectX 12, it might not be able to run all the latest games. The Knights Corner graphics processor is a large chip with a die area of 720 mm² and 5,000 million transistors. It features 976 shading units, 32 texture mapping units, and 0 ROPs. Intel has paired 8 GB GDDR5 memory with the Xeon Phi SE10X, which are connected using a 512-bit memory interface. The GPU is operating at a frequency of 1100 MHz, memory is running at 1375 MHz (5.5 Gbps effective).
Being a dual-slot card, its power draw is rated at 300 W maximum. This device has no display connectivity, as it is not designed to have monitors connected to it. Xeon Phi SE10X is connected to the rest of the system using a PCI-Express 3.0 x16 interface. The card measures 248 mm in length, and features a dual-slot cooling solution.

Graphics Processor

GPU Name
Knights Corner
Architecture
Knights
Foundry
Intel
Process Size
22 nm
Transistors
5,000 million
Die Size
720 mm²

Graphics Card

Release Date
Nov 12th, 2012
Generation
Knights Corner
Production
End-of-life
Bus Interface
PCIe 3.0 x16
Reviews
1 in our database

Clock Speeds

GPU Clock
1100 MHz
Memory Clock
1375 MHz
5.5 Gbps effective

Memory

Memory Size
8 GB
Memory Type
GDDR5
Memory Bus
512 bit
Bandwidth
352.0 GB/s

Render Config

Shading Units
976
TMUs
32
ROPs
0
Execution Units
61

Theoretical Performance

Pixel Rate
0 MPixel/s
Texture Rate
35.20 GTexel/s
FP32 (float) performance
2.147 TFLOPS

Board Design

Slot Width
Dual-slot
Length
248 mm
9.8 inches
TDP
300 W
Suggested PSU
700 W
Outputs
No outputs

Graphics Features

DirectX
N/A
OpenGL
N/A
OpenCL
1.2
Vulkan
N/A
Shader Model
5.0

Card Notes

On November 15, 2011, Intel showed an early silicon version of a Knights Corner processor.

On June 5, 2012, Intel released open source software and documentation regarding Knights Corner.

In June 2012, Cray announced it would be offering 22nm 'Knight's Corner' chips (branded as 'Xeon Phi') as a co-processor in its 'Cascade' systems.
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