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Name: G80GL [Tesla C870]

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Name: Tesla C870

http://us.download.nvidia.com/XFree86/Linux-x86/169.12/README/appendix-a.html

loic.mahe

2008-04-10 15:53:23

Name: Tesla S870 (Compute Server Component)

More complex than I'd assumed. 05be should be the Host Card Component (essentially a PCI bridge which connects to this separate 1U box)

directhex

2008-06-30 12:07:56

Name: G80 [Tesla C870]

Note: Found in GPU server Tesla D870 and S870

More complex indeed,
Bottom line is I think 0197 is for the "Tesla C870" which is a single G80 GPU. Id 05be is a PCI Bridge for the D870 GPU computing system (two times C870) and the S870 (4 times C870).

inf file:
%NVIDIA_G80.DEV_0197.1% = nv4_G8x, PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0197

NVIDIA_G80.DEV_0197.1 = "NVIDIA Tesla C870"


Nvidia writes about the D/S870 GPU computing server system:
"Connects to host via cabling to a low power PCI Express x8 or x16
adapter card"

An Nvidia bug report file. Multiple entries of 05be and 2 C870 cards:
/proc/driver/nvidia/cards/0
Model: Tesla C870
/proc/driver/nvidia/cards/1
Model: Tesla C870
(II) PCI: 10:00:0: chip 10de,0197 card 10de,048d rev a2 class 03,02,00 hdr 00
(II) PCI: 12:00:0: chip 10de,0197 card 10de,048d rev a2 class 03,02,00 hdr 00

I think a rackmount GPU server does not have a device id as it does not plug into a pci bus.

memsize

2009-04-17 00:05:30

Name: G80GL [Tesla C870]

T4CFantasy

2013-03-21 18:17:00

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