Evaluating the speed of GeForce RTX 40-Series GPUs using NVIDIA’s TensorRT-LLM tool for benchmarking GPU inference performance.
Results and thoughts with regard to testing a variety of Stable Diffusion training methods using multiple GPUs.
This post is Part 2 in a series on how to configure a system for LLM deployments and development usage. Part 2 is about installing and configuring container tools, Docker and NVIDIA Enroot.
This post is Part 1 in a series on how to configure a system for LLM deployments and development usage. The configuration will be suitable for multi-user deployments and also useful for smaller development systems. Part 1 is about the base Linux server setup.
In this post address the question that’s been on everyone’s mind; Can you run a state-of-the-art Large Language Model on-prem? With *your* data and *your* hardware? At a reasonable cost?
This is a short note on setting up the Apache web server to allow system users to create personal websites and web apps in their home directories.
NVIDIA GTC 2023 was outstanding! To say that about a virtual conference tells you how much I value it. This post is largely a catalog of the talks I found interesting along with titles that I think will be interesting to a larger audience and my colleagues at Puget Systems.
This post is a short HowTo on passing Linux kernel boot options during OS installation and persisting them for future system starts
I was prompted to do some testing by a commenter on one of my recent posts. They had concerns about problems with dual NVIDIA RTX4090s on AMD Threadripper Pro platforms. I ran some applications to reproduce the problems reported above and tried to dig deeper into the issues with more extensive testing. The included table below tells all!
This post is a first-look at performance of the Ryzen7 7950x CPU using the latest AMD compiler release with support for Zen4 arch including AVX512 vector instructions. Performance is tested using the HPC standard benchmarks, HPL (High Performance Linpack), HPCG (High Performance Conjugate Gradient) and the newer HPC Top500 benchmark, HPL-MxP (formerly HPL-AI).