The hype around the internet for DALL-E 2 and DALL-E Mini has been building for weeks -- and now you can train your own DALL-E Mini model on a Gradient Notebook!
Let's get into the updates.
DALL-E Mini runtime now live on Gradient! announcement
We're excited to release a new runtime tile for DALL-E Mini. The runtime is based on JAX and makes it easy to create generative art on high-powered Paperspace GPUs.
To get started head over to the console, create a new notebook, select the DALL-E Mini tile and get going!
New ultra-powerful A4000 and A5000 GPUs now FREE on Gradient Growth plan! announcement
As we continue to offer the best selection of cloud GPUs on the market we also continue to extend our lead in the number of unlimited instances we offer to Gradient subscribers.
We've just added A4000 and A5000 machines to the Gradient Growth plan, which means the list of free GPUs available on Growth is longer than ever.
Check out all the free GPUs available to Gradient subscribers below!
|GPU||Price||Architecture||Launch Year||GPU RAM||CPUs||System RAM||Current Street Price (2022)|
|M4000||Free (Gradient Free-tier)||Maxwell||2015||8 GB||8 vCPU||30 GB||$433|
|P4000||$8/mo (Gradient Pro)||Pascal||2017||8 GB||8 vCPU||30 GB||$859|
|P5000||$8/mo (Gradient Pro)||Pascal||2016||16 GB||8 vCPU||30 GB||$1,795|
|RTX4000||$8/mo (Gradient Pro)||Turing||2018||8 GB||8 vCPU||30 GB||$1,247|
|RTX5000||$8/mo (Gradient Pro)||Turing||2018||16 GB||8 vCPU||30 GB||$2,649|
|A4000||$8/mo (Gradient Pro)||Ampere||2021||16 GB||8 vCPU||45 GB||$1,099|
|A5000||$39/mo (Gradient Growth)||Ampere||2021||24 GB||8 vCPU||45 GB||$2,516|
|A6000||$39/mo (Gradient Growth)||Ampere||2020||48 GB||8 vCPU||45 GB||$4,599|
For more information, be sure to read the docs.
Updated PyTorch, TensorFlow, and RAPIDS runtimes announcement
We also wanted to let you know that we've rolled out updated Notebook runtimes for PyTorch, TensorFlow, and RAPIDS.
In the notebook console you'll now find 1-click runtime tiles for PyTorch 1.12, TensorFlow 2.9.1, and RAPIDS 20.6.
Is there another runtime you wish we'd support out of the box? Let us know!