Chinese Moore Threads launches Chunxiao GPU for use in games and servers

The MTT S80 is the first GPU to support PCIe 5.0

China continues to expand hardware production with national brands. Moore Threads has announced a new gaming focused graphics card. MTT S80, the world’s first to support PCIe 5.0, plus MTT S3000, data center GPU and AI acceleration.

The MTT S80 is a GPU that delivers 14.4 TFLOPs, somewhere between GeForce RTX 3060 and RTX 3060 Ti. This chip is equipped with 4096 cores The company’s MUSA (MT Unified System Architecture) architecture, which operates at a frequency of 1.8 GHz. The card has 16 GB of GDDR6 with a 256-bit interface and a bandwidth of 448 GB/s.

This is the second GPU from the MTT S series. First, the S60, released earlier this year, is a much simpler spec graphics card with 6 TFLOPs of performance, which the new GPU can deliver less than half. Another interesting detail is that MTT S80 is the first video card that supports PCIe 5.0 x16 interface.

The new architecture will have 5 times more performance

At the presentation of the new cards, the company revealed that the card offers 3.4 times the performance in DirectX and 5 times higher performance in OpenGL compared to the first generation GPUs. This increase is also reflected in the video encoding (4 times faster) and decoding (2 times) speed.

Moore Thread’s reference model S80 has three fans, a large heatsink in a closed case with no more than two slots. The card offers three DP 1.4a connections and one HDMI 2.1, the same configuration as the RTX 4090.

The MTT S3000, a card aimed at data centers, features the same number of cores as the gaming card (4096), but runs at 1.9 GHz (delivering 15.2 TFLOPs) and has 32 GB of video memory. This model offers two DisplayPort 1.4a connections.

The evolution of the S3000 GPU with respect to the previous SKU, the S2000, is not as expressive as what happened in the gaming segment. The new data center GPU delivers another 3.2 TFLOPs with very similar specs.

Moore Threads was founded last year and debuted in the dedicated GPU market earlier this year with the S60 and S2000 cards. As for availability, the gaming GPU, the MTT S80, will arrive on November 11, but pricing has not been disclosed.

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