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  • NVIDIA Jetson AGX Xavier Benchmarks - Incredible Performance On The Edge

    Phoronix: NVIDIA Jetson AGX Xavier Benchmarks - Incredible Performance On The Edge

    Each year it's been quite fascinating to see the advance of NVIDIA's Tegra-powered Jetson developer boards with their increasing GPU and CPU capabilities. With the NVIDIA Jetson AGX Xavier that began shipping at the start of this quarter (as well as the AGX Xavier Module now shipping as of this month), there is a tremendous performance upgrade compared to the previous-generation Jetson TX2. I have been benchmarking the Jetson AGX Xavier the past number of weeks and continue to be surprised by its performance potential for relatively low power that makes it suitable for robotics and other AI applications. Here is a bulk of the initial benchmarks I've been running on the NVIDIA Jetson AGX with its 512-core Volta GPU and eight ARMv8.2 Carmel CPU cores.

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=27320

  • Vitra
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    Hi,

    how was jetson TX2 benchmarked with INT8 models?
    Because what is from nvidia documentation int8 models are not hardware supported on tx1 and tx2


    Thanks.

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  • Michael
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    Originally posted by jold View Post
    Hi Michael.
    Can you perform tests of Snapdragon 850 based laptop using Windows Subsystem for Linux to compare with Jetson Carmel ARM cores.
    I don't have any current Qualcomm hardware, that's why you don't see any Qualcomm results in this article.

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  • jold
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    Hi Michael.
    Can you perform tests of Snapdragon 850 based laptop using Windows Subsystem for Linux to compare with Jetson Carmel ARM cores.

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  • ldesnogu
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    Originally posted by Michael View Post

    The max performance mode was used on the Jetson boards tested.
    Here you go: TX2 properly configured
    As anyone can see some of my TX2 results are twice better than what you get. This doesn't change the fact AGX is great, but you should fix your TX2 setup.

    EDIT: for the sake of completeness I reran with performance governor https://openbenchmarking.org/result/...SK-1812248SY17
    Last edited by ldesnogu; 12-27-2018, 11:48 AM.

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  • ldesnogu
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    Originally posted by Michael View Post

    The max performance mode was used on the Jetson boards tested.
    Sorry but you are definitely not using the right mode... My results will be up within 1h. Many of the tests are more than 30% faster.

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  • Raka555
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    I also would have liked to see how it compares with an x86.

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  • Michael
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    Originally posted by fawkes View Post
    What is the noise level of the AGX Xavier? Do the fans get loud on idle, under load, etc. at the 15W and 30W configurations?
    Very quiet if/when it turns on... I actually had to look to see if there was a fan within the heatsink.... I wasn't able to hear it from like 4 feet away.

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  • fawkes
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    What is the noise level of the AGX Xavier? Do the fans get loud on idle, under load, etc. at the 15W and 30W configurations?

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  • milkylainen
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    Originally posted by enihcam View Post
    At 15W, X86-64 can do a better job.
    When counting total system power? Not likely. x86 + decent GPU does not fit in this envelope.
    As a total performance measurement? Then this will get crushed like a bug.
    As a cost efficient option? Nah. x86 is probably the more cost efficient option.

    But that's not the question here now is it?
    I think this is a sweet package.
    Size, power envelope and computing power.

    Sometimes a unique sizing like this is hard to come by.

    I envision the AGX as a base for a lot of vector math signal processing using tensor units.
    Various sensors in cars for example.
    Medical equipment etc.

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