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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hey guys, did you seen this fake GPU(xe)?

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 Some days ago, I get a Xeon Phi Co-processor on XianYu (Like ebay), when I get it and open its cover, I was so surprised, here are its pictures.

(I know Xeon Phi is not GPU)

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Its core is same as Intel Xeon Phi x200 family CPU. But its BGA.

This Xeon Phi has a PLX:PEX8733 and intel chipset C612J.   It has a MicroUSB to test.

I don't know why, intel often make some so strange EngineeringSample like this.

AIDA64:

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CPU World:

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This is my video link:https://www.bilibili.com/video/BV1za4y1a7rj/

Bilibili:結城安穗-YuuKi_AnS

(My English is not good, may have some mistakes)

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Those are co-processors, not GPU's, aren't they?


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6 minutes ago, NZgamer said:

Those are co-processors, not GPU's, aren't they?

Yeah I was going to say, looks like a System on a Card, a specialised PC you place into a PCIe slot to offload specific workloads.

Some people seem to miss that PCIe was not only created for GPUs, its just in the consumer space you don't generally need 16 lanes for anything except a GPU.  In the data centre and for specialised workloads, things are very different.


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It's not really a "fake GPU" though. It's a coprocessor, which has its own use entirely. The Eiffel 6500 and the Xeon Phi's are vastly different. If you bought one expecting the other, I'm not sure what to tell you.


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Xeon Phi exists and can be bought already, and no it cannot be used as a GPU, it has no display outputs.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 minute ago, Enderman said:

Xeon Phi exists and can be bought already, and no it cannot be used as a GPU, it has no display outputs.

I know, my English is not good, so...Some guys may have some opinion.

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Seen these all over eBay.

 

4-way HT is neat tho.


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