Which GPU(s) to Get for Deep Learning
My Experience and Advice for Using GPUs in Deep Learning.
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This blog post is designed to give you different levels of understanding about GPUs and the new Ampere series GPUs from NVIDIA. You have the choice:

  1. If you are not interested in the details of how GPUs work, what makes a GPU fast, and what is unique about the new NVIDIA RTX 30s Ampere series, you can skip right to the performance and performance per dollar charts and the recommendation section. These form the core of the blog post and the most valuable content.
  2. If you worry about specific questions, I have answered and addressed the most common questions and misconceptions in the later part of the blog post.
  3. If you want to get an in-depth understanding of how GPUs and Tensor Cores work, the best is to read the blog post from start to finish. You might want to skip a section or two based on your understanding of the presented topics.

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