Intel Arc A770: Arrays larger than 4GB crashes

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  • intel-extension-for-pytorch

    A Python package for extending the official PyTorch that can easily obtain performance on Intel platform

    I have been playing around in pytorch with an a770 16GB card and hit this error. The response seems to be https://github.com/intel/intel-extension-for-pytorch/issues/... that larger than 4gb allocations aren't supported even though the card is 16gb. I haven't seen a ton of stuff on intel arc for machine learning so wanted to share my experience

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