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Tesla V100 VS. P100 (deep learning speed testing)

Discussion in 'Machine Learning, Deep Learning, and AI' started by dhenzjhen, Oct 19, 2017.

  1. dhenzjhen

    dhenzjhen Member

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    This is only a speed training testing without any accuracy or tuning involved. I only want
    to test and compare the V100s and P100s in terms of crunching speed. In this testing, I used
    1281167 training images and 50000 validation images (ILSVRC2012) and NV-caffe for deep
    learning framework. On the networks, I used AlexNet, GoogleNET and CaffeNET with different
    batch sizes and 300,000 iterations runtime on all the tests.

    System: Supermicro SYS-4028GR-TXRT
    Motherboard: X10DG0-T
    CPU: E5 2699V4 x 2
    MEM: 32GB Micron x 12
    BIOS: 5/25/17
    GPU: Nvidia Tesla V100 SXM2 x 8 | P100 SXM2 x 8
    OS: Ubuntu 16.04 x64
    Driver: 384.81
    CUDA: version 9

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    -dhenzjhen@SMCI
     
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  2. William

    William Active Member

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    WOW man, pretty sweet !
     
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    dhenzjhen Member

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    Thank u sir!
     
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  4. hifijames

    hifijames New Member

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    That's some serious horsepower you got there! Wish I could have that kind of toys to play with:)
    I am a total noob here, so please forgive my ignorance. How involved will it be to switch one framework to another, say from Caffe to Tensorflow?
     
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  5. gigatexal

    gigatexal I'm here to learn

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    yeah yeah but can it run crysis? jk, that's pretty sweet.
     
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  6. Luke Poga

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    Looks terrible. V100 should be 10 times faster
     
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