The Intel Xeon Phi coprocessor is a PCI Express compliant high-power add-in product, with an integrated thermal and mechanical solution. It supports a maximum of 16 GDDR memory channels, distributed on both sides of the PCB inside the coprocessor package. Each memory channel supports two 16-bit wide GDDR device (for a maximum of 32 devices), combining to give 32-bit wide data.
The Intel Xeon Phi coprocessor supports 2 power groups for a total of 4 primary low-voltage rails: a group consisting of VDDG, VDDQ, and VSFR power rails, and another group consisting only of VCCP. The VCCP, VDDG, and VDDQ rails are powered from the PCI Express edge connector and the auxiliary 12V inputs. The VSFR rail is powered from the PCI Express edge connector 3.3V input (~5W). VCCP is the coprocessor core voltage rail, while VDDQ, VDDG and VSFR supply power to memory, portions of the coprocessor and miscellaneous circuitry in the coprocessor.
|Productbeschrijving||Intel Xeon Phi Coprocessor 7120P / 1.238 GHz processorplaat|
|Type processor||Intel Xeon Phi Coprocessor 7120P|
|Max Turbo Speed||1.333 GHz|
|Functies||Intel Turbo Boost Technology|
|Uitwisselbare slots||1 x processorplaat - PCI Express 2.0 x16|
|Ontworpen voor||PowerEdge R720|