NVIDIA Grace Hopper Superchip

The NVIDIA GH200 Grace Hopper™ Superchip is a breakthrough accelerated CPU designed from the ground up for giant-scale AI and high-performance computing (HPC) applications. The superchip delivers up to 10X higher performance for applications running terabytes of data, enabling scientists and researchers to reach unprecedented solutions for the world’s most complex problems.

The NVIDIA GH200 Grace Hopper Superchip combines the NVIDIA Grace™ and Hopper™ architectures using NVIDIA® NVLink®-C2C to deliver a CPU+GPU coherent memory model for accelerated AI and HPC applications.

  • CPU+GPU designed for giant-scale AI and HPC
  • New 900 gigabytes per second (GB/s) coherent interface, 7X faster than PCIe Gen5
  • Supercharges accelerated computing and generative AI with HBM3 and HBM3e GPU memory
  • Runs all NVIDIA software stacks and platforms, including NVIDIA AI Enterprise, HPC SDK, and Omniverse™

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La Fe’e Verte ~ The Green Fairy

Absinthe is an overproof liquor, meaning it is a spirit whose ABV (alcohol by volume) is over 50%. It is made from medicinal and culinary herbs, plants, and flowers steeped in high-proof spirits. “The elixir was invented in Switzerland as a general cure-all by Pierre Ordinaire, a French physician, in 1792,” writes Paul Harrington and Laura Moorhead in their book Cocktail: The Drinks Bible for the 21st Century.

 Its signature bitter anise flavor comes from a mix of herbs including fennel and most notably, wormwood, a bitter herb notorious for both its health benefits and supposed hallucinogenic properties. Wormwood, or Artemisia absinthium, contains a chemical called thujone, which when consumed in large quantities can act as a convulsant. In small quantities, like in a few servings of absinthe, thujone is totally harmless. Traditionally, absinthe is not bottled with added sugar, making it a high-proof spirit instead of a sweetened liqueur, which gives absinthe its sharp, harsh flavor.