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Picture Claims to Present 2nd-Gen Intel Larrabee Graphics Card

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{Hardware} collector YJFY has posted photographs of what they declare is Intel’s 2nd Technology Larrabee graphics card — which by no means got here to market, however existed as {hardware} analysis samples. Intel’s Larrabee 2 graphics board was meant to be based mostly on the chip finally generally known as the Knights Nook, and that is the primary time we have seen (supposed) photographs of this gadget printed.

The alleged 2nd Technology Larrabee graphics card carries a processor that appears precisely like Intel’s Knights Nook, which was demonstrated by and Intel exec on the SC11 convention in Nov. 2011. The processor is an engineering pattern produced in late 2011 that includes the QBAY stepping. It allegedly options 60 cores and operates at 1.00 GHz, which corresponds to specs of Intel’s KNC. Not like manufacturing Xeon Phi ‘Knights Nook’ merchandise, this processor is paired with 4GB of GDDR5 reminiscence. 

(Picture credit score: YJFY)



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