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Nvidia Tips New Liquid-Cooled GPU, Jetson AI Devices at Computex

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At the start of Computex 2022, Nvidia showed off a handful of upcoming products and industry blueprints that aim to press more compute performance into several corners of the market.

Among these are designs for new "superchip" systems based on the Grace and Hopper architectures (for massive modeling and learning tasks), plus a compact GPU targeted at data centers and new "Jetson Orin" systems for AI-intensive workloads.

High-performance computational hardware isn't a one-size-fits-all affair; some types of high-end hardware simply perform better than others when it comes to different specialized tasks.

Nvidia has been making large strides in this department in recent years. The company now aims to make getting the right system easier for its data-center customers.

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