Nvidia slams Intel over unrealistic deep-learning benchmark tests

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Nvidia claims that Intel put together up to $100,000 worth of hardware to best the Nvidia Tesla V100 GPU in a 'misleading' test

Nvidia has hit out at Intel claiming that a benchmark test it performed to beat Nvida's Tesla GPUs at inference workloads was "misleading". The company claims that the test required up to $100,0...

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